Auto Reframe now analyzes video sequences twice as fast accelerating workflows, such as the creation of Quibi content.
Set the Audio Hardware preferences on macOS to System Default to automatically switch to changes in the OS audio device settings, such as when connecting to USB.
Premiere Pro now offers a comprehensive, cross-platform (Windows and macOS) solution for Apple ProRes workflows, from camera media through to delivery.
For more information, see ProRes RAW Support in Adobe Video Applications.
Premiere Pro now offers better support for Bezier curves using the Pen tool and a great new option for filtering effects so you can show only attributes that have keyframes or adjusted parameters. This makes make your work more efficient when creating graphics and titling in Premiere Pro with the tools in the Essential Graphics panel.
- Auto Reframe now analyzes video sequences up to four times as fast (depending on type of footage and computer hardware). Powered by Adobe Sensei machine learning technology, Auto Reframe automatically reformats and repositions video within different aspect ratios, such as square and vertical video, so you can deliver video optimized for different viewing platform. Auto Reframe accelerates workflows, such as the creation of Quibi content, which requires paired horizontal and vertical files for their mobile viewing platform.
- You can now copy and edit keyframes while editing clips with the Auto Reframe effect. This feature allows you to edit them separately from other motion keyframes.
For more information, see Automatically reframe video for different social media channels.
With new support for NVIDIA and AMD GPUs on Windows, hardware encoding for H.264 and H.265 (HEVC) is now available across all platforms. This means consistently faster exports for these widely used formats.
Set Audio Hardware preferences to System Default on macOS to switch changes in the OS audio device settings, such as when connecting headphones or AirPods, or plugging in a USB microphone. You can configure this separately for input and output devices, providing control and flexibility for different editing environments.
You can now define a default marker color by mapping your preferred key to your preferred marker color. Additionally, you can now create default keyboard shortcuts for multiple or even all marker colors. For more information, see Change default marker colors.