LAS VEGAS – Digital Anarchy (www.digitalanarchy.com) has announced PowerSearch, a new product for Adobe Premiere Pro editors to search metadata within video clips using Google-like keyword searches to find specific instances of spoken words or terms in video clips and sequences.
PowerSearch, a Premiere Pro plug-in from Digital Anarchy, is a metadata search tool that integrates with Adobe Premiere Pro and opens as a panel, so editors do not have to leave the Premiere Pro timeline to launch separate applications. This intelligent new search capability enables editors to quickly scour an entire project for metadata and instantly locate specific clips and sequences based on those keyword searches. PowerSearch quickly compiles search results in a panel window in Premiere, where each result can be selected for review directly in the preview window and at the precise timecode where that word or term appears in the sequence.
PowerSearch is particularly powerful when used in conjunction with Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive, which uses artificial intelligence to transcribe all dialog within a Premiere project into text metadata.
PowerSearch will launch as a stand-alone product by late April.