Meet the NEW Storyblocks Plugin for Adobe Premiere ProProduct Updates
March 14, 2023
Meet the NEW Storyblocks Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro
UPDATE: As of March 2023, this product has been extended to integrate with Adobe After Effects, in addition to Premiere Pro. Check out the latest updates for this product here.
Did you know that today, a staggering 92 percent of global internet users consume video content weekly? Modern businesses and creatives that aren’t producing enough content at scale are falling behind. And finding an integrated solution that enables you to work more quickly and efficiently can be a challenge.
If this problem sounds familiar, then the new Storyblocks Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro is here to help! It’s now available to users on a Storyblocks for Business plan and a Pro plan. And it empowers teams and individual creatives to create more videos, fast.
About the Storyblocks Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro
Powered by a set of automation features, this new plugin makes it easy to discover the right content for every project. It gives storytellers unlimited access to our diverse, royalty-free stock media library directly in Adobe Premiere Pro. That makes it easy for you to source content, streamline video production, and create videos at scale. You can also utilize in-app search to instantly search the entire Storyblocks library without ever leaving Premiere Pro*. And use the asset preview function to view content details (like contributor info and relevant specs) to ensure the perfect fit for your projects.
Now, with unlimited, in-app downloads, you can effortlessly download and save any Storyblocks asset directly within Adobe Premiere Pro. You can even tailor your in-app download settings to automatically save files in a preferred location, for more efficient and scalable video production, every time.
The Storyblocks Plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro requires Adobe Premiere Pro versions 15.4+ (2021 and above).* Requires a Storyblocks membership.
Editor’s note: We updated this article to include additional information. It was originally published on October 4, 2022.