“We’re focusing on stability, performance, and top usability of requested features,” says Francis Crossman from Adobe. A move away from flashy new features and a step toward making the programme more solid appears to be the direction that Adobe is taking Premiere Pro at the moment. DIYP wanted to find out more.
Playback performance, rendering performance, effects, graphics and titling features have been vastly improved and updated. New effects within titles will let you easily and quickly review text, export it and correct it. You also have new masking capabilities which open up a whole new world of cool text effects.