We need Tricaster Codecs (SpeedHQ) support in Premiere / After Effects!
As a TV Station using Tricaster 8000 for us it is a MUST to have TC Codecs running in Premiere / After Effects. Otherwise we need to go over to a new Software System without using Adobe.
Please check if it is possible to set SpeedHQ Codecs back again!
Thanks in advance
Kim Henderson commented
+1 for TriCaster Codec support. It is one of the most popular video switchers out there, Adobe did at one time support it, and now they don't.
Record in a standardized format? How did those formats become standards? Because everyone used them. Guess what? People that use the thousands of TriCasters out there use NewTek's codec, so that sounds like a standard format to me.
We provide APIs that let anyone create Importers and Exporters for any codec.
Jim Simon commented
The better solution would be for TriCaster products to record to standardized formats like DNx, Cineform and ProRes.