Adobe has announced new updates to both Premiere Pro and After Effects. Top among them is Premiere Pro’s new ability to automatically tonemap HDR footage, even iPhone HLG, to match your protect editing space. They say it retains consistent colours and avoids blown out highlights that are beyond the limits of a standard dynamic range project. As well as HDR footage, it also supports log video, including Sony S-Log, Canon C-Log, and Panasonic V-Log.
Other updates to Premiere Pro include sequence locking for offline editing, new language support for its speech-to-text engine, and a new “Reset options” at launch allows you to maintain and clean up your installation, so it continues to run smoothly. After Effects only sees one update, but it’ll be a huge update for some. It now supports OpenColorlO and ACES color management.