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Modify the text in After Effects compositions without leaving Premiere Pro. (Requires 2014 release of After Effects.) See how it works
Create feathered masks that obscure or highlight objects by following their movement across frames. Send masks to After Effects via Dynamic Link to access more advanced tracking features. See how it works
When you apply effects to a master clip, the changes ripple down through every part of that clip in your sequence. See how it works
Work faster thanks to OpenCL workflow improvements, a GPU debayer for RED media, and new support for Intel Iris.
Get better handling of large projects plus faster sorting and searching in the Project panel. Multiple new editing features respond to key customer requests like reverse match frame and volume keyframe nudge.
Export to industry-standard AS11 for broadcast and Digital Cinema Package (DCP) for screening rooms. Both formats include associated metadata. Also, export stereo audio to Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus.
Browse fonts from Typekit from the Title menu and download them for use in your projects. See how it works
Automatically back up your Premiere Pro projects to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Get built-in support for the ARRI AMIRA camera, with appropriate color LUTs applied as master clips on import. Also get native support for Sony SStP, Canon RAW, and improved support for CinemaDNG formats. See how it works
Access audio input settings, recording preferences, and signal monitoring from the Timeline panel. After setup, record voiceover directly in the Timeline with one click.
Maintain audio pitch when scrubbing or playing back at higher or lower speeds, so it’s easy to hear spoken and musical cues.
A new voice-over recording workflow lets you set up and record voiceovers on audio tracks directly from the Timeline, without using the Audio Track Mixer workflow.
Multiple Media Browser panels can be open at once for browsing multiple projects or locations simultaneously.
Clip selection overrides track targeting for multiple editing commands, such as Match Frame, Mark Clip, Lift/Extract, Add Edit, and more. See how it works
Single camera multi-cam only shows single camera in the Source and Program Monitors.
A sequence can be created by dragging media to an empty Timeline panel.
The Ripple Delete command can be used with an In/Out range set in a sequence.
Mercury Transmit can output a Dolby E stream for external hardware decoding.
AVCi100 .mov files can be smart-rendered to MXF-wrapped AVCi100.
The active source clip name is shown on multi-cam clips used in a sequence.
With a sequence or sequences selected in the Project Panel, a new project can be created from just those sequences by using File > Export > Selection as Premiere Pro project.
Markers can be exported from any asset or sequence to a document, as a .csv or .html file with thumbnails.
Clip markers can be added to selected clips in the timeline without needing to load them into the Source Monitor.
Multicam sequences can be created with a custom preset for switched audio.
New and enhanced editing features help you keep pace with the ever-changing demands of the video market. Work faster thanks to a monitor overlay that provides key information at a glance, improved multicam editing, and more.
Work with stunning 4K, 5K, 6K, Pro Res, DNxHD, and RAW content without the hassles and delays of transcoding and file rewrapping.
Open Premiere Pro projects within SpeedGrade for color grading work, and send them back to Premiere Pro with color corrections and looks applied for continued editing. See how it works
Sequence settings are now editable enabling the ability to use Link & Locate to connect back to full resolution [online] media, having initially cut with proxy versions. See how it works
The Clip Name effect now provides different options to label clips and display them on screen. You can display the sequence name, project name, or filename by selecting from these options:
Sequence Item Name
Project Item Name
The Timecode effect automatically matches the Time Display parameter (or timebase) to the source clip.
You can add a transition quickly to several edit points within your sequence by copying and pasting the transition. This feature is helpful if you’ve changed a transition’s default settings and want to use the modified transition again.
You can now reset specific parameter values of an effect without resetting the other parameter values.
Premiere Pro lets you display metadata of your choice as overlays in the Program monitor and Source Monitor.
New support for captions in MXF media and encoding to CEA-708 captioning standards. See how it works
Further improved multicam workflows now allow for viewing of composite output changes in multicam editing view. Editors can easily turn angles on and off or rearrange them. See how it works
New native file format support for Cinema DNG, Sony RAW, Phantom Cine, Canon RAW, improved MJPG from Canon 1DC, Sony XAVC Long GOP, Panasonic AVC Ultra (Long GOP), 64 bit ProRes decoding (Mac OS X 10.8 or higher only), and support for exporting XAVC up to 4K and AVCi200. Phantom Cine, Canon RAW, and Cinema DNG can be debayered on a supported GPU for better performance.
Use a keyboard shortcut to quickly create a new sequence title based on the current title in the Timeline. In the Timeline, just press Alt (Win) or Option (Mac OS) and drag a current title.
The Lift or Extract feature lets you easily move portions of selected clips from one sequence to another. In previous versions, you had to set both an In and Out point to define the range to be "Lifted" or "Extracted." Now it works when either an In point or an Out point is set.
The Cut, Copy, Clear functions work on targeted tracks that have In or Out points set in that range. You can use these functions without selecting specific clips in the sequence.
You can now quickly toggle between the states of enabled clips. While previewing edits, this feature helps you switch back and forth between two different playback results.
When you select a clip, Match Frame ignores track targeting, and matches to the frame under the playhead in the selected clip.
The Link Media command is now available for offline sequences. This command lets you relink all the media used in a specific sequence without having to relink all the media in the project. See how it works
In previous versions of Premiere Pro, you manually deleted key tracks and transitions to create simple EDL (Edit Decision List) files. You can now exclude key tracks and transitions directly from the EDL Export dialog.
Load a clip in the Source monitor and right-click (Windows) or Ctrl-click (Mac OS) a clip in a sequence, and choose Reveal In Project. Premiere Pro then locates the source clip in the Project panel and selects it.
Premiere Pro provides a Linked Selection command that can be applied to all open sequences in the Timeline panels. You can use the Linked Selection command as a toggle that you can turn on and off.
Select a sequence clip and locate its linked media file on disk.
Change the start time of sequences from 00:00:00:00 to a start time of your choice. You can set the specified start time as the default start time.
You can now preview files more easily by just dragging the files from a Finder (Mac OS) or Explorer (Windows) window directly into the Source monitor.
Match frames from the Source monitor to the source files of a sequence without having to first open the sequence in the Timeline.
In previous versions of Premiere Pro, an offline clip appeared in red in the Timeline only on expanding the track. Now, all offline clips appear in red, even without expanding the track.
The new Tone Settings dialog lets you create Bars and Tones clips at -20dB amplitude.
You can now double-click a captions clip in the Captions panel, and view the contents of the clip.
For clips that offer source settings, such as RED and Arri Raw, you can access the Source Settings dialog directly from the Timeline.
Edit more efficiently with a redesigned Timeline, intuitive track targeting, and dozens of new shortcuts. See critical information such as duplicate frames and through edits. With Paste Attributes, you can copy and paste the specific effects you need from one clip to another. See how it works
Modern productions can include thousands of clips and assets, making it too easy to lose track of files and backups saved on multiple drives. Find clips quickly using improved Link & Locate. Work with proxy files and link to full-resolution media. See how it works
Quickly apply rich, beautiful, preset color grades in Adobe Premiere Pro thanks to the Lumetri Deep Color Engine. With the Looks Browser, preview and add looks from Adobe SpeedGrade as easily as adding a dissolve. Also import LUTs from other systems. See how it works
Control sound with the Audio Clip Mixer, adjusting clips independently for a perfect mix. Get hands-on with an audio control surface for more precision. Fine-tune with the TC Electronic Radar Loudness meter, and access effects plug-ins like VST3 and Audio Units (Mac OS only). See how it works
Adobe Premiere Pro integrates with Adobe Anywhere for video. Team members work with files on a shared server without downloading. Avoid versioning problems. Make and review edits from any location. Assemble the best team — with no geographic limits. See how it works
Industry-standard mezzanine codecs are built in. Edit cross-platform with Apple ProRes (encode on Mac OS only). Get cross-platform support for MXF-wrapped Avid DNxHD files. Natively edit even more formats thanks to new support for Sony XAVC and Panasonic AVC-Intra 200.
Import, view, and adjust the positioning of closed captions, including those in MXF media. Encode to CEA-708 standards. Embed captions within your media or maintain them as separate files. See how it works
Now, more editors get real-time performance when working on complex sequences, thanks to support for a wider range of GPUs. Get enhanced, cross-platform support for OpenCL and CUDA. Render less often, work faster with third-party effects, and face deadlines with more confidence.
Get greater accuracy and a smoother workflow when importing or exporting Avid or Final Cut Pro projects. AAF import offers improved support for DNxHD media. And, you can choose just the sequences you want when exporting to improved XML or AAF.
Create multicam sequences directly from a bin, auto sync by audio waveform, have more control of audio track management and use keyboard short cuts for next/previous camera. View Multicam directly in the Program Monitor. See how it works
Now you can walk into any edit bay in the world, sync your settings with Creative Cloud, and all your customized settings — including workspaces and keyboard shortcuts — will be exactly where you want them. See how it works
Spend less time searching and more time editing. Find and ingest content faster with the improved Media Browser. Browse existing projects to find the specific sequences and media you need and import them into your current project.
Premiere Pro can now take full advantage of computers with multiple GPU cards for significantly accelerated export times. Rendering and compression just got a whole lot faster.
Get true native support for a wide range of source formats with no need for transcoding or rewrapping. Import files fast and get immediate, render-free playback. For tape-based workflows, the new Edit-to-Tape panel allows for easier layback (third-party hardware required).
Adobe Story Plus — included with Creative Cloud membership — is a robust scriptwriting tool. Import scripts and the associated metadata with the new Story panel in Adobe Premiere Pro. Quickly navigate to specific scenes, locations, dialogue, and characters as you edit. See how it works
See the details you need right in the Source and Program Monitor panels. Switch between video and audio waveforms with one click. See improved title and action safe guides. Plus, the whole app is updated with HiDPI support for enhanced viewing on the newest monitors.
Give your editing system a boost with the latest plug-ins and extensions. The Adobe Exchange panel is a convenient way to browse, install, and find support for both free and paid add-ons.
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