Premiere Pro now supports transparency when exporting GIFs, adding greater flexibility for short social media content.
You can now distribute objects on the Program Monitor by moving text or shapes in a way that their edges are equally distant from each other.
For more information, see Align and distribute text and shapes.
Select HEVC from the Format drop-down under Export Settings to enable this option. Then under the Video tab, go to Encoding Settings. If the system supports hardware encoding, the Performance field is set to Hardware Encoding. Set the profile level to Main 10. Setting it to Software Encoding will disable hardware encoding, and Adobe Premiere Pro won't use hardware to encode the media.
The minimum OS version required for this feature to be enabled is macOS Big Sur (version 11).
On Apple M1 systems, HEVC HLG 4:2:0 10-bit encoding still encodes via software.
To enable this option, select HEVC from the Format drop-down under Export Settings. Then under the Video tab, go to Encoding Settings. If the GPU card supports HW encoding, the Performance field will be set to Hardware Encoding. Set the profile level to Main 10. Setting it to Software Encoding will disable hardware encoding and Adobe Premiere Pro won't use AMD hardware to encode the media.
If you have an AMD GPU card that supports 10-bit 4:2:0 HEVC encode on your Windows machine, you will be able to use this feature.
Supports AMD Radeon graphics with 10-bit 4:2:0 HEVC encode support, including Radeon RX 5000 graphics, Radeon RX 6600 and higher graphics, Ryzen 6000 Series Processors with graphics, Radeon Pro W5000 series, and Radeon Pro W6600 and higher graphics on Windows 10/11.
The minimum driver version required is 21.10.1, 21.Q4 or the corresponding Windows Driver Store version: 30.0.13025.1000.
Use smart rendering to speed up exports by taking advantage of matching codecs and sequence previews. Smart rendering improvements in this release provide greater reliability and faster exports for supported formats.
For more information on smart rendering, see Smart rendering.
Work faster with HDR footage by creating HDR proxies of your media. Generate smaller medium- and high-resolution copies of your files in the correct color space automatically. HDR proxies match the originals visually and offer improved performance while editing.
To create proxies in Premiere Pro, right-click on your media in the Project panel and choose Proxy > Create Proxies. Then select your preferred format. Adobe Media Encoder generates proxies in the background so you can continue editing. Once your proxies are ready, Premiere Pro automatically swaps them in, providing better performance while you edit. You can easily toggle back and forth between the proxies and your source files, for example, to check for quality, crop in on high-resolution footage, or color grading.
For more information, see Create proxies.