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Freeform Project panel

Visually review, organize, and storyboard your media. Assemble rough cuts and then drag them right onto your timeline for editing.

Rulers and guides

New rulers, guides, and grids make sizing and aligning graphics and titles easier. Snap graphics to guides or each other. Color-coded guides ensure consistent positioning for lower thirds, logos, and more.

Auto Ducking for ambient sound

Powered by Adobe Sensei, Auto Ducking for ambient sound utilizes AI technology to detect dialog or voiceover and automatically adjust background sound. Adjustments are keyframed and easy to fine-tune.

Faster mask tracking

Speed up color grading and effects workflows with improved performance for HD, 4K and higher resolution content.

Improved titling tools

All your titling and graphics tools are in the Essential Graphics panel, plus new options like multiple strokes, stroke styling, and background fills. Replace font families in a Motion Graphics template with one click.

Graphics enhancements

Drag and drop multiple Motion Graphics templates into the Essential Graphics panel. Group shapes and apply masks from the Essential Graphics panel.

View menu

A dedicated View menu consolidates Program Monitor commands, such as magnification and playback performance and new Guides.

Audio efficiency

User-requested improvements include the ability to re-order audio effects and to copy and paste effects across clips and projects.

Performance improvements

Improvements include new 10-bit hardware decoding for smoother HEVC playback on Windows, faster hardware decoding for H.264 and HEVC on MacOS, and RED Metal acceleration.

Frame replacement for decode errors

Instead of replacing problem frames with red frames, they are now replaced with a copy of the adjacent frame.

Shortcut support for non-English keyboards

Shortcuts are automatically mapped to non-English keyboards including German, Japanese, French, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, and Norwegian.

Image scaling options

Choose between absolute or proportional scaling to maintain correct positioning when reframing or resizing sequences.

Expanded format support

Import native Sony Venice V3 files and 32-bit AIFF audio media along with recently introduced support for ProRes Windows (13.0.2) and ProRes HDR (13.0.2).

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Apple ProRes export on Windows

Streamline video production and simplify output with new export presets for Apple ProRes, including ProRes 4444 and ProRes 422 formats available on macOS and Windows 10.

Expanded format support

Import HEIF files recorded on iOS devices into Premiere Pro and Media Encoder on Mac OS 10.13 and higher and Windows 10 version 1809 or higher.

Faster decoding for Canon Cinema RAW Light footage

Get improved playback on multicore Windows 10 machines.

Support for ProRes HDR footage

Accurately import Rec202 and PG/HLG color information from HDR media in ProRes containers.

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Mobile editing with all-new Premiere Rush

Extend your video editing platform with Premiere Rush, our all-new, all-device app. Shoot, edit, and publish videos from any device — mobile to desktop. You can also send your work straight into Premiere Pro if you want to do more.

Intelligent audio cleanup

Instantly dial down or remove background noise or reverb with new DeNoise and DeReverb sliders in the Essential Sound panel.

Selective color grading

Take the guesswork out of curve adjustments with innovative new Lumetri Color tools for selective color grading. Each curve has two axes with paired values, making it easy to fine-tune colors accurately.

Data-driven infographic Motion Graphics templates

Drag and drop spreadsheets into new infographic Motion Graphics templates to generate animated visualizations. Any updates to your spreadsheets are automatically updated on your infographics.

End-to-end VR 180

Jump into immersive video support for 180 VR, including optimized ingest and effects. Publish finished videos in the Google VR180 format on YouTube or other platforms.

Spatial markers for immersive media

Instead of removing your headset when reviewing media in the Adobe Immersive Environment, now you can place a spatial marker for reference when you return to the desktop Timeline.

Adobe Stock enhancements

Search and sort cinematic footage and professionally designed Motion Graphics templates from Adobe Stock right in the Essential Graphics panel.

Group invites for Team Projects

Invite groups and team members from your enterprise address book — without typing in addresses — for more efficient communications.

Display color management

Get accurate color representations and maintain color fidelity across your workflow, from Adobe After Effects to Premiere Pro and on rec709, rec2020, and P3 displays.

Performance improvements

Hardware-based encoding and decoding for H264 and HEVC improves performance on MacBook Pro workstations. And improved image processing delivers more responsive playback, rendering, and Lumetri Color performance.

Expanded format support

New native format support includes ARRI Alexa LF, Sony Venice v2, and the HEIF (HEIC) capture format used by iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

Creative Cloud Library improvements

Drag and drop assets such as Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop files into your Libraries panel to quickly access your Premiere Pro sequences. Share your libraries with team members or export and store them with your project.

Australian closed-captioning standard

Support for the Australian OP-42 closed-captioning standard is now available.

Language support for keyboard shortcuts

Localized languages are now supported in the keyboard shortcut layout menu.

Theater Mode in Adobe Immersive Environment

Access a virtual screening room for collaborating with directors or producers on 2D or immersive content —or a combo of both.

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Split view for building a look

Split your program monitor display horizontally, vertically, or view full images side by side to compare an image before and after color grading.

Shot comparison and color matching

Compare the looks of two different shots across a sequence of shots and match colors while retaining skin tones with a single click. All changes made are visible and accessible to the user and can be manipulated further if necessary.

Lumetri Color on/off toggle and reset

Easily turn the active Lumetri Color effect for a selected shot on or off directly from the Lumetri Color panel. Reset all the Lumetri Color panel selections for a shot with a single click.

Auto-ducking music

The volume of music can be set to automatically lower when dialogue, sound effects, or other audio clips are detected, eliminating the need to manually adjust every point in the mix.

Intuitive browser for Motion Graphics templates

A better browsing and managing experience lets you universally search and preview Motion Graphics templates from your local templates folder, Creative Cloud Libraries, or Adobe Stock right in the Essential Graphics panel to quickly find the template you need. 

Better ways of working with Motion Graphics templates

An improved interface and new controls make it easier to customize Motion Graphics templates created in After Effects, including adjusting the 2D position, rotation, and scale of elements. Edit text layers of the graphic by clicking on them in the Program Monitor.

Gradient support for shapes and text layers

Create more visually interesting graphics using gradients. Click on a shape’s color swatch in the Essential Graphics panel, and then choose from Solid, Linear Gradient, or Radial Gradient fill types. Edit the angle of your gradient, color stops, and midpoints directly from the Program Monitor.

Replace clip for Motion Graphics templates

To replace a template in a timeline with an updated version from After Effects, simply press Alt/Option + and drag and drop the new replacement template onto an existing one. You can choose to have the template updated everywhere it was used in a project or limit to one instance. Where possible, your customizations will be preserved.

Toggle animation for graphics layers in the Essential Graphics panel

Animate more quickly with the ability to toggle an animation for Position, Rotation, Anchor Point, Scale, and Opacity by clicking their icons in the Essential Graphics panel and then adjusting the property in the panel or by editing the graphic layer directly in the Program Monitor. As you move the playhead, changes you make to the property are recorded as keyframes.  

Immersive Monitor

This new panel inside the Adobe Immersive Environment gives a view of the full sphere of footage and can be used to rotate the current view in the head-mounted display.

Support for Windows Mixed Reality

Windows Mixed Reality headsets and controllers can now be used with the Adobe Immersive Environment on Windows. This gives users a broader range of hardware to edit and review VR 360 content..

Enhanced support for Team Projects

Enhancements include a streamlined invite process, improved tracking of collaborators, better project management, the ability to view read-only versions of your projects, and more.

Timecode panel

See more display options in the Timecode panel and show different information, such as In/Out, Duration, Absolute TC, Remaining TC, and Source TC.

Video Limiter

Limit your video content to meet broadcast specifications, including SMPTE and EBU standards. Use as a per-shot effect while working with Lumetri Color, or add as an output effect to limit the entire sequence when exporting.

Copying and pasting Sequence markers

Copy and paste full-fidelity Sequence markers when moving one or multiple clips, while preserving all marker information such as color, notes, duration, and more.

New format support

New formats supported include camera RAW for Sony X-OCB (Venice) and Canon Cinema RAW Light (C200).

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Simultaneous work on multiple projects

Open, access, and work on multiple projects simultaneously. Jump between episodes or scenes organized as separate projects, edit and copy portions of one project into another, and more.
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Shared Projects with locking feature

Teams in the same facility can access a single project simultaneously. Managed access allows users to lock projects when they are actively editing and give read-only access to other users.

Responsive Design – Time

Preserve the integrity of keyframes in motion graphics such as intro and outro animations when making changes to the overall duration.

Responsive Design – Position

Pinned graphic layers automatically adapt to changes in ratio or positioning in other layers or to the video frame itself.

Motion Graphics templates available in Adobe Stock

Get professionally created templates for titles, lower thirds, bumpers, and closing credits without leaving Premiere Pro. Search Adobe Stock in the Libraries panel right in the app.

Immersive VR editing

Edit immersive VR the way it’s viewed — wearing a VR head mount. Review, shuttle playback, and change orientation, and retain the ability to do keyboard-driven editing whether working in HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.
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Immersive audio editing for 360/VR

Edit 360/VR content using audio based on orientation and then export as ambisonic audio to VR-enabled platforms such as YouTube and Facebook. 
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Immersive effects

Add virtual reality effects to your 360/VR videos without creating unwanted distortion at the poles or artifacts along the back seamline. Effects include VR Blur, VR Glow, VR Sharpen, VR De-Noise, and VR Chromatic Aberrations.

Immersive transitions

Add customizable transitions to your 360/VR videos without creating unwanted distortions at the poles or artifacts along the back seamline. Transitions for movement include iris wipes, Mobius zooms, spherical blurs, and gradient wipes. Stylistic transitions include random blocks, light rays, light leaks, and chroma leaks.

Immersive video titling and graphics

Instantly format graphics, text, images, or other video clips to look correct in 360 video.

VR Rotate Sphere

Easily adjust and rotate your 360 footage to level horizon lines, align viewpoints, and more.

Improvements to the Essential Graphics workflow

Directly manipulate multiple graphics layers at the same time. Preview and select favorites in a font menu. And support for title rolls is now available.

New format support

Supported formats now include Sony X-OCN (RAW for Sony F55) and WAV files greater than 4GB.

Regional closed caption standards

EBU closed captions are now supported.

Support for Team Projects updates

Check when auto-saves were made or easily revert to a prior auto-save. Improvements to notifications and version history help keep all team members up to date.

Enhanced getting started experience for beginners

Get to know your way around Premiere Pro faster with a six-step tour when you first open the app.

Optimized Lumetri support for in-camera look decisions

Access and implement ARRI Amira in-camera look decisions directly from within the Lumetri Color panel.

After Effects Motion Graphics templates without After Effects install

Work with Motion Graphics templates created in Adobe After Effects without having to install the app.

And so much more

Also includes: New label colors, plus the ability to close multiple gaps at once and to double-click on the workspace handle to reset the workspace.
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Premiere Pro (2017.1)

Essential Graphics panel

Find all the controls you need to edit the titles, shapes, and Motion Graphics templates you create in Premiere Pro and After Effects. Plus, easily rearrange and adjust shape, text, and clip layers.
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Type tool

Create titles from scratch right inside your Program Monitor using a Type tool that's similar to the ones in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.

Motion Graphics templates

After Effects compositions can now be packaged as Motion Graphics templates, shared via Creative Cloud Libraries, and opened in Premiere Pro. You can then change variables like text, color, size, layout, or mood without changing the overall aesthetic, and you can also create your own templates with text, shape, and clip layers.
See how it works ›

Essential Sound panel

Now editors can get professional-quality sound, no expertise required. The Essential Sound panel gives you optimal audio parameters when you designate a clip as music, effects, dialogue, or ambiance.
See how it works ›

Publishing to Adobe Stock

Earn best-in-class royalties on your videos by contributing to Adobe Stock through a Destination Publish workflow inside Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder.
See how it works ›

Improved integration with Audition

Favorite Adobe Audition effects like Surround Reverb, Mastering, and Stereo Expander are now available in Premiere Pro. Send keyframes, audio effects, and settings from the Premiere Pro Essential Sound panel to Audition without rendering, and get full compatibility between the panels in the two apps. 

Virtual reality workflow enhancements

Output ambisonic audio for VR-enabled platforms such as YouTube and Facebook. 

Next-generation hardware support

Premiere Pro now offers native support for Microsoft Surface Dial as well as native support and customization for the MacBook Pro Touch bar.

Dynamic Link for Team Projects

Team Projects now supports Dynamic Link between Premiere Pro and After Effects so you can skip intermediate rendering and iterate faster.
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More native formats support

New support for high dynamic range includes HLG (Hybrid LOG Gamma).

And so much more

Also includes: Enhanced 4K 60p performance, improved support for Apple Metal, video preview of Stock footage within the Libraries panel, and more.
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Premiere Pro (2017)

Easier collaboration with Team Projects

Collaborate and share sequences and compositions in real time with Team Projects (Beta). Features like version control and conflict resolution are built right into Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Prelude so teams can work better together. Available now for Creative Cloud for teams and enterprise customers.
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Improved captions

New caption features enable you to manipulate text, alter duration and location, and create open or closed captions from scratch.

Lumetri Color enhancements

New color pickers let you make immediate selections when working with HSL secondaries. Plus, you can work with HDR10 files and get better support for color space metadata.
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Accelerated Dynamic Link

Faster performance reduces the need for intermediate rendering and delivers higher frame rates during playback.

Auto-aware VR

Premiere Pro automatically detects whether your virtual reality video is monoscopic, stereoscopic left/right, or stereoscopic over/under, and applies the appropriate settings.

Direct publishing to Behance

Publish videos directly to your Behance portfolio — no need for separate export or uploading.

Dynamic Link with Character Animator

Eliminate intermediate rendering and speed up performance when working between Adobe Character Animator (Beta), After Effects, and Premiere Pro.
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Live Text template improvements

A new file format lets you share Live Text templates between Premiere Pro and After Effects without the need for a separate After Effects license.

New Getting Started experience

A new launch screen guides beginners through different ways of learning the app, from examining a completed video sequence and following tutorials to an optimized quick-start project template.

Typekit font sync

No need to find missing fonts manually when working in Live Text templates now that fonts automatically sync and update from Adobe Typekit.

Adobe Audition audio effects

New high-quality real-time audio effects give you better sounding output and improved fidelity.

Keyboard shortcut mapping

Quickly find, adjust, and customize keyboard shortcuts using a visual map.

Better performance

Work faster than ever before with improved support for Apple Metal and more GPU effects, including Offset.

More native format support

Premiere Pro now supports even more formats, including Native QT DNxHD/DNxHR export and RED Helium.

And so much more

Also includes: New UI elements, global FX mute, and more.
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Premiere Pro (2015.3)

Lightweight proxies

Switch easily between high-res and low-res formats to edit on any device without overloading your system.
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Editing during import

Start editing footage in virtually any format while your media transfers in the background. Once it’s done, Premiere Pro switches to the copied media to free up your camera.

Enhanced performance and stability

Apply more real-time effects and reduce dropped frames across your devices with initial support for Apple Metal and accelerated H.264 decode on Windows using Intel Quick Sync Video.

Color made easier

With new HSL secondaries in Lumetri Color tools, you can isolate and fine-tune colors, balance whites, and make subtle shade adjustments. Apply new preset SpeedLooks in a single click.
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Timesaving shortcuts

Work through edits faster using keyboard shortcuts to navigate keyframes and zoom in and out of individual frames on the Timeline. Use the new Remove Effects command to quickly take out specific effects. 

Virtual reality video support

With VR video mode, you can use pan and tilt controls to preview the experience from the viewer perspective. 
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Open captions

Create open captions so subtitles stay onscreen. Users now also have the option to choose between open and closed captions, as well as to select caption fonts, color, size, and positioning. 
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Native support for high-res formats

Ongoing support for the latest native file formats now includes Red Weapon.

Expanded language support

Add titles in more languages using native alphabets, including Arabic and Hebrew.

Direct publishing on social media

Share videos quickly on popular social media sites, including YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and now Twitter.
See how it works ›

Better collaboration with libraries

Control assets in read-only Creative Cloud Libraries so they can be used by team members, but not changed or deleted.

Updated Libraries workspace

Find the right content faster with a new Libraries workspace and filtered search of Adobe Stock, as well as new icons that make it easy to identify licensed assets. See the length and format of each video in your libraries and get links to video previews.

And so much more

Also includes: Support for color control surfaces, enhanced Lumetri scopes for better brightness control, improved resolution, and monitoring of Rec. 2020 color space.
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Premiere Pro (2015.1)

Use of touch and gestures

Perform a wider range of editing tasks using your Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows tablet, or Apple trackpad. Scrub clips, mark I/O, drag and drop clips to the Timeline, and more.
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New video support in Adobe Stock

Choose from over one million royalty-free video clips to use in your Premiere Pro projects. Save a clip to your Creative Cloud Libraries, and it’s immediately available to bring into your Timeline.

High-quality HDR video

Keep up with the demands of evolving color workflows. Premiere Pro introduces initial support for high dynamic range (HDR) technology, so you can work with video that shows rich detail even in the highlights and shadows. New HDR scopes and Lumetri controls let you make precise adjustments.

Creative Cloud Libraries enhancements

Find content faster by searching across your libraries and across Adobe Stock.
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Smoother time remapping and frame-rate conversions

Produce stunning slow-motion effects and other speed changes and get higher quality frame-rate conversions with GPU-accelerated optical flow and pixel estimation technology.

Even more natively supported Ultra HD formats

The industry leader in format support, Premiere Pro now offers DNxHR, HEVC (H.265) and OpenEXR support for editing and delivery of 4K and HDR media.

Expanded support for international titles

Create titles in more native alphabets, including Hindi, Tamil, Punjabi, and more.

And so much more

Also includes: GPU acceleration in the Transform effect, enhanced Merged Clips workflows, and grid lines in Curves in the Lumetri Color panel.
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Premiere Pro (2015)

Adobe Stock to find the perfect image

Save time finding, licensing, and managing royalty-free stock images and graphics now that Premiere Pro integrates with the new Adobe Stock service. Once you save an image to your Creative Cloud Libraries, it’s immediately available for use in your videos and other creative projects.
See how it works ›

Easy color control in the Lumetri Color panel

Adjust color and light with integrated tools that combine Adobe SpeedGrade and Lightroom technologies. Apply everything from simple color corrections to complex Lumetri Looks using intuitive sliders and controls, and send projects to SpeedGrade via Direct Link if you want to refine them further.
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Smooth transitions between talking-head sound bites

Remove unsightly jump cuts between the sound bites in your talking head interviews. The Morph Cut transition uses face tracking and frame interpolation powered by Adobe Sensei to create seamless transitions — no need to cut away to B-roll.
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Your assets, available anywhere

Access your Looks and graphics, including Adobe Stock assets, via Creative Cloud Libraries that are available in Premiere Pro, After Effects, and other Creative Cloud desktop and mobile apps. Share assets between projects, among team members, and across Adobe applications — anywhere you are.
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Better Premiere Clip integration

Easily convert and open the projects you create in the Premiere Clip mobile app. All edits, music cues, and Looks appear directly in the Premiere Pro Timeline.
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Automatic video duration adjustment

Easily adjust the length of your video for specific delivery requirements. Time Tuner in the included Adobe Media Encoder automatically adds or removes frames at scene changes, during quiet audio passages, and in sections with still images or low visual activity.
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Task-oriented workspaces

Toggle between workspaces that are optimized to help you manage toolsets for the task at hand — or create your own custom versions. Switch workspaces on touch-based devices with a tap of the finger.

Superior responsiveness on external displays

Improved Adobe Mercury Transmit performance boosts responsiveness and playback reliability on external, high-resolution displays.

Closed caption conversion to subtitles

Burn in your closed captions as subtitles using the included Adobe Media Encoder.

Support for more native formats

Get native support for Canon XF-AVC and Panasonic 4K444 formats. Premiere Pro leads the industry in native format support.
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A more touch-friendly editing experience

Editors with hybrid devices can now move clips in the Timeline, scrub the playhead, and manipulate color parameters directly by touching the screen.

Audio workflows made easier

Work more efficiently thanks to a faster voiceover recording configuration, easier audio channel mapping, improved multichannel export, the ability to send video to Adobe Audition via Dynamic Link, and a more consistent hardware setup.

And so much more

Also includes: A new composite preview you can access while trimming; simple shortcuts like the ability to adjust hot text values up or down with the arrow keys; new AAF video mix-down; significantly improved AAF export functionality; and more.
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Premiere Pro (2014.1)

Search bins

Create media bins based on project metadata search criteria. Search bins automatically update as relevant content is added to the project.

Consolidate and Transcode

Consolidate content by moving all relevant files in a project or sequence according to preferences you define. Render files into a single codec for passing on to other teams, systems, or archives — and retain the ability to edit the project again later.
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Multiproject workflows

Browse media and sequences from other projects and import them directly into your current project. Edit or reuse existing clips, cuts, and transitions from previous projects. Browse other projects in as many Media Browser panels as you need.
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GoPro CineForm intermediate codec support

Encode or decode your media to GoPro CineForm for efficient editing workflows with 4K and higher resolution content, and get support for smart rendering.
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Refined user interface with HiDPI support

A simplified, modern UI puts the focus on your content and delivers a more consistent experience across devices, including HiDPI Windows 8.1 displays.

Source Monitor Timeline view

Open Source Monitor sequences in the Timeline so you can easily bring clips, effects, and cuts from other projects into your current project.

GPU-optimized playback

Get smooth playback performance with GPU-based debayering of Phantom Cine and Canon RAW footage, and work faster with improved masking and tracking performance.

Improved AAF export to DAWs

A more robust AAF exporter enables smoother workflows between Premiere Pro and DAW systems.

Render and Replace for After Effects comps

Accelerate the playback of VFX-heavy sequences by rendering After Effects compositions into flattened video clips. Dynamic Link ensures that you can revert back to the original comps if needed.

Enhanced masking and tracking

Adjust mask feathering directly in the Program Monitor. Use the new free-draw Polygon Pen tool to create complex mask shapes around content, and turn any mask control point into a Bezier control point with a single click.

Advanced search in the Timeline

Find and select clips within a sequence based on specific criteria such as clip name or marker comment.

Auto-updating of clip names and labels

Clip names and label colors now update automatically. Plus, changes made to a clip in the Project panel will ripple to all instances used in sequences, and vice versa.

Improved Send to Audition workflow

Now when you send a clip to Adobe Audition for audio editing, the rendered copy is automatically stored alongside the original file on disk for easier media management.

Improved master clip effects

New Timeline indicators show whether a master clip effect has been applied to a sequence clip, and the Effects Control panel makes it easy to navigate back to the master clip effect for editing.

Premiere Pro (2014)

Live Text templates

Modify the text in After Effects compositions without leaving Premiere Pro. (Requires 2014 release of After Effects.)
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Masking and tracking

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.
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Master clip effects

When you apply effects to a master clip, the changes ripple down through every part of that clip in your sequence.
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Enhanced graphics performance in Mercury Playback Engine

Work faster thanks to OpenCL workflow improvements, a GPU debayer for RED media, and new support for Intel Iris.

Faster editing workflow

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.

New delivery formats

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.

Typekit integration

Browse fonts from Adobe Typekit from the Title menu and download them for use in your projects.
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Auto Save to Cloud

Automatically back up your Premiere Pro projects to Adobe Creative Cloud.

New native format support

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 and Canon RAW, and improved support for CinemaDNG formats.
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Streamlined voiceover recording

Access audio input settings, recording preferences, and signal monitoring from the Timeline panel. After setup, record voiceover directly in the Timeline with one click.

Pitch maintenance

Maintain audio pitch when scrubbing or playing back at higher or lower speeds, so it’s easy to hear spoken and musical cues.

And so much more

Also includes: A Reverse Match Frame command, a Track Select Backwards tool, improved Project panel search and sort times, and more.
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Premiere Pro (7.2)

Voiceover recording enhancements

A new voiceover 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

Multiple Media Browser panels can be open at once for browsing multiple projects or locations simultaneously.

Clip selection override

Clip selection overrides track targeting for multiple editing commands, such as Match Frame, Mark Clip, Lift/Extract, Add Edit, and more.
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Single camera multicam view enhancement

Single camera multicam only shows a single camera in the Source and Program Monitors.

Sequence dragging

A sequence can be created by dragging media to an empty Timeline panel.

Ripple Delete In/Out

The Ripple Delete command can be used with an In/Out range set in a sequence.

Dolby E output

Mercury Transmit can output a Dolby E stream for external hardware decoding.

Smart render enhancement

AVCi100 .mov files can be smart-rendered to MXF-wrapped AVCi100.

Active source for multicam

The active source clip name is shown on multicam clips used in a sequence.

New project from 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.

Marker export with thumbnails

Markers can be exported from any asset or sequence to a document as a CSV or HTML file with thumbnails.

Clip marker improvements

Clip markers can be added to selected clips in the Timeline without needing to load them into the Source Monitor.

Switched audio preset for multicam

Multicam sequences can be created with a custom preset for switched audio.

And so much more

Also includes: Support for new graphics cards; performance enhancements for OpenCL and Ultra HD; improved AVC-Ultra support; OMF export improvements; and more.
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Premiere Pro (7.1)

Streamlined editing

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.

Expanded native format support

Work with stunning 4K, 5K, 6K, Pro Res, DNxHD, and RAW content without the hassles and delays of transcoding and file rewrapping.

Direct Link to SpeedGrade

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.
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Improved Link & Locate

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.
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New options for Clip Name effect

The Clip Name effect now provides different options to label clips and display them onscreen. You can display the sequence name, project name, or filename by selecting from these options: Sequence Item Name, Project Item Name, File Name.

Timecode effect enhancements

The Timecode effect automatically matches the Time Display parameter (or timebase) to the source clip.

Copy and paste for adding transitions

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.

Individual Reset buttons for Effect parameters

You can now reset specific parameter values of an effect without resetting the other parameter values.

Metadata display in Monitor Overlays

Premiere Pro lets you display the metadata of your choice as overlays in the Program Monitor and Source Monitor.

Closed captioning enhancements

New support is added for captions in MXF media and encoding to CEA-708 captioning standards.
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Multicamera workflow improvements

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.
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Support for new camera formats

New native file format support for CinemaDNG, 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 v10.8 or higher only), and support for exporting XAVC up to 4K and AVCi200 are added. Phantom Cine, Canon RAW, and CinemaDNG can be debayered on a supported GPU for better performance.

And so much more

Also includes: New keyboard shortcuts, the option to change the trim type of a previously selected edit point, and the ability to down-mix multichannel audio to stereo for monitoring purposes.
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Premiere Pro (7.0.1)

Unique titles

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.

Lift or Extract enhancements

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.

Cut, Copy, Clear for tracks with In/Out points

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.

Enable Clip command

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.

Matching frames using clip selection

When you select a clip, Match Frame ignores track targeting and matches to the frame under the playhead in the selected clip.

Relinking offline sequences

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.
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Enhanced EDL Export functionality

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 box.

Reveal In Project from Source Monitor

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.

Linked Selection toggle button available from Timeline

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.

Reveal in Finder from Timeline

Select a sequence clip and locate its linked media file on disk.

Default start timecode preference

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.

Easier file preview in Source Monitor

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 Frame enhancements

Match frames from the Source Monitor to the source files of a sequence without having to first open the sequence in the Timeline.

Easy identification of offline clips

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.

Tone Settings dialog

The new Tone Settings dialog lets you create Bars and Tones clips at –20dB amplitude.

Closed caption clip viewing from Captions panel

You can now double-click a caption clip in the Captions panel and view the contents of the clip.

Source settings accessible from Timeline

For clips that offer source settings, such as RED and ARRIRAW, you can access the Source Settings dialog box directly from the Timeline.

And so much more

Also includes: Auto-save improvements, better time-lapse support when adding clips to a sequence, and new preferences and keyboard shortcuts.
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Premiere Pro (7)

Editing finesse

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.
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Link & Locate

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.
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Lumetri Deep Color Engine

Quickly apply rich, beautiful, preset color grades in Premiere Pro thanks to the Lumetri Deep Color Engine. With the Looks Browser, preview and add Looks from SpeedGrade as easily as adding a dissolve. Also import LUTs from other systems.
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Precise audio control and monitoring

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).
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Adobe Anywhere integration

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.
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Mezzanine codecs, native formats

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.

Closed captioning

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.
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Improved Mercury Playback Engine

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.

High-fidelity interchange

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.

Improved multicam editing

Create multicam sequences directly from a bin, auto sync by audio waveform, have more control of audio track management, and use keyboard shortcuts for next/previous camera. View multicam directly in the Program Monitor.
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Sync Settings

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.
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Project browsing

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.

Multiple GPU export support

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.

Broad format support

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 easier playback (third-party hardware required).

Adobe Story panel

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 Premiere Pro. Quickly navigate to specific scenes, locations, dialogue, and characters as you edit.
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Enhanced monitoring

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.

Adobe Exchange panel

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.

And so much more

Also includes: New keyboard shortcuts; GPU processing changes; support for mezzanine codecs and native formats; enhanced import/export workflows for Avid and Final Cut Pro projects; expanded format support; and more.
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