Create ''Premiere Live'' for streaming video with Adobe CC
In order to put Adobe in the era of 2021, this is a project that could cost to much for Adobe, but they should definitely try. Work on a new application to create a livestream more easily and efficiently.
- Manage your livestream in the Premiere Live app.
- Connect your feed to Facebook, Instagram, or any social media platform that allows livestreams. Give the possibility to use RTMP/RTMPs or UTP protocol.
- Ingest others videos feed from their phone or webcam through the Premiere Live mobile app or through a dedicated link on the web (ex: live.adobe.com/UserID/CodeOfTheLiveSessionsInAlphaNumericNumbers.prl
- Make the possibility to import from Creative Cloud, .mp3, .mov, .PDF, .ai .png and all other files that could help and create a presentation in live.
- Give the possibility to add custom overlay, to cue in and out a video.
- Make a user-friendly multi view screen.
- Allow 3rd party software.
- Mix it with AR to change the face or the background of your guest.
- Platform should create embed code for website.
- Add Color Lumetri and Lumetri scopes to correct any visual sources.
- Add live audio effect from Audition to remove noise, echo cancelling and any other audio improvements.
- Make a media player that could be cued by the timeline. With in/out option.
- Link libraries with Premiere Live to push instantly a file that just been drop.
- Make a switcher platform that could switch between A/B or Preview/Program.
- Give the access to push social media comment in program screen
- Studio chat (to talk to your guest)
- Media chat (to talk to your listeners - And add option to talk to only one media platform or all).
- Allow screen sharing with users.
- Allow Adobe CC teams to separate task (one at the video, one at the overlay, one on the sound, one managing online comments, etc.)
- You can operate the live online or in the app.
- Add user to manage their windows preferences, ex: Program at top, audio bellow, overlay at left, or anyway that you want to put it.
- Make system info like PCU, cache and stuff that livestreaming tech needs.
- Add transitions and effects or create & import your own
- Add the option to output your feed as a webcam, to use it in Teams/Slack/Messenger or Zoom for educational/business presentation purpose.
- Saves the current live as a project to keep your work inside.
- Put media management to import Adobe files to your session.
- Add live close captions with AI improvement.
- Use GPUs to render it live.
- Allows ISO record sessions to edit each sources later with Adobe Premiere Pro, with an .xml file.
- Allows sessions records for instant playback.
- Add mask, grid, and other logical tool.
- Allow importing Essentials Graphic to change in real-time and render in real-time an animation.
- Allow live responsive reaction between the user blueprint, while he is listening, to reconfigure the source horizontally or vertically.
- Make Python/CSS and HTML5 integration to push a link/webpage or a program in the iframe of the live.
- Make the possibility for user to draw, write in the screen.
- Give option why guest/users to raises hands.
- Allow VISCA protocol trough IP to control camera, iso, iris, white balance of a professional camera.
- Import LUTs and color preferences.
- Allows MIDI and DMX to cue/set/control with custom asset.
- Make simple preset for usual customer.
- Export live at the end, in the codec of your choice
- Allows RTMP pulls links
- Schedule time to push live the event.
And hardly enough, create a new video protocol that splits and allows custom overlay graphic links over a live video feed in real time (like an HTML5/web-base link button over an iframe of a video player but customized to react in real time when the producer want to push it), this protocol could also not send the same overlay between social media/destination and could be responsive thought. The protocol should also send back data for UX/UI, marketing purpose and technical feedback. And make this, the new RTMP.
I'm able to help if this idea is made.
Brown Miller commented
Super-amazing ideas!!!! I have wanted to see Adobe move into the live production space for ages. Mostly in the live motion visuals for theatre productions and nightclubs. But now, with livestreaming being accelerated by the pandemic, it seems like having the entire array Adobe's media tools integrated into a livestreaming platform would just make so much sense.
The NDI integration was a step in the right direction but NDI needs a lot of refinement and livestreaming encoder/switcher software like OBS, vMix, or Wirecast are primitive and lacking in consistency and quality compared to Adobe.
I can't belive that Adobe hasn't already developed these things for the live broadcast TV market. All they really need to do is polish up their preview codecs and partner directly with NewTek to make NDI ubiquitous. If Adobe fully embraces NDI and launches a live streaming platform then hardware and camera manufacturers will follow suite and before you know it, setting up a completely professional live stream studio with seamlessly compatible hardware and software and glitch-free operation will be as accessible as pro-grade photography or desktop publishing.
Hope someone is listening and takes these ideas to heart.