The updates bring a host of new and revamped capabilities for Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Audition CC. Below, we’ll dive into some of the details of the updates.
Premiere Pro CC now offers comprehensive native support for 4K–8K footage, offering more editing power for Ultra HD video.
Premiere Pro CC has offered color fidelity and color adjustments for quite some time. Now, it’s coming to After Effects CC. Premiere Pro CC didn’t get left behind with color features though; now it features more thorough support for ARRI RAW, Rec. 2020 and other Ultra HD and HDR formats.
Better Touch Support
Adobe’s Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Character Animator have all been designed with touch-based input in mind. Specifically, Adobe says its designed its software to work more smoothly with Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablets and Apple track pad devices.
Audition CC now offers a new feature called Remix that will automatically rearrange and adjust the duration of a song to match video content.
Adobe says it’s updated its Creative Cloud Library access across devices, ensuring all of your content will be accessible more easily than ever across After Effects and Premiere Pro.
Adobe Media Encoder will now let you render and upload video directly to Facebook.
Premiere Clip Android
Premiere Clip makes its Android debut with this update. You can now download it through the Google Play Store.
All in all, it’s a solid update with a few standout features. Although opinions may differ, these frequent, incremental updates a proving to be a key in Adobe’s subscription-based platform.
Little by little, Adobe is adding a stronger backbone for its apps to operate on and as the cloud becomes more powerful than ever, it appears as though Adobe is getting more and more ready to usher it in with open arms.
Head on over to Adobe’s website to find out more.