Adobe Premiere Pro CC is a powerful, customizable, nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. Import and freely combine virtually any type of media, from video shot on a phone to raw 5K and higher resolution footage, and then edit in its native format without wasting time transcoding.
The sleek, highly intuitive Adobe Premiere Pro CC user interface frees you to focus on your creative work. A customizable timeline and numerous editing shortcuts enable faster, keyboard-driven editing.
Staying organized is easy with robust media management options. Use the Link and Locate commands as well as XML and AAF workflows to make precise decisions about your project's assets. With the demands of shorter production schedules and high-resolution digital media formats, real-time performance on rich complex sequences is crucial — and Adobe Premiere Pro CC deliver the fastest solution in the industry. The Mercury Playback Engine supports the vast majority of formats, and you can now use multiple GPU cards to accelerate render and export times.
Using Creative Cloud™, keep your favorite settings, keyboard shortcuts, and workspace layouts in sync, on any machine, in any edit bay in the world. As part of Creative Cloud, Adobe Premiere Pro CC tightly integrates with other Adobe creative applications.
With a free Creative Cloud membership, you can download a 30-day trial version of Adobe Premiere Pro — as well as any other applications in Creative Cloud. When you upgrade to a complete membership, you'll be able to download the full version of every Creative Cloud application.
Yes, Adobe Premiere Pro CC offers HiDPI support for Mac computers with Retina display.
Refer to the NVIDIA website for the system requirements for each graphics card, and check your system and software. (If you are running Mac OS X Lion (v10.7) or Mountain Lion (v.10.8), click the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your screen, choose About This Mac, and then click the More Info button. The model of the graphics card you have installed will be displayed.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC has a scalable architecture, so performance scales with the speed of your system. The minimum system requirements for your workflow depend on the type of content you plan to work with. See the tech specs for Adobe Premiere Pro CC. With native 64-bit support, Adobe Premiere Pro can take advantage of all the available RAM on your system. For multicore systems, Adobe recommends 4GB or more of RAM per core. On any system, you will see substantial performance gains as you add more RAM. 16GB of RAM is a good baseline if you plan to run multiple applications simultaneously. Plus, the Adobe Mercury Transmit plug-in enables tighter integration with third-party I/O hardware.
Adobe Premiere Pro supports a broad range of hardware and software for Mac OS and Windows®, so you can choose from a range of workstations and capture cards to build the editing system that meets your needs and budget. Enhance your system with additional plug-ins, including many from Adobe After Effects®. Adobe Premiere Pro CC works with a variety of third-party hardware, including capture cards and decks. Check third-party hardware compatibility for the most current listing of supported hardware.
With comprehensive video format compatibility, you can work with the formats you want, including natively editing files from the latest tapeless formats without transcoding or rewrapping. Edit all standard- or high-definition formats, from DV and HDV to HD and beyond. Some formats may require additional hardware.
You can run the Speech Analysis (speech-to-text transcription) and Script Alignment features in the following languages and dialects:
With the integrated script-to-screen workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, you can turn project plans into efficient productions. Collaborate using scripts, capturing key production direction as you go. Speed up your editing workflow by directly importing scripts with the Adobe Story panel, complete with metadata, into Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Eliminate hours of routine work using Speech Analysis and other metadata to quickly find footage.
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