The spring update of Premiere offers great new features for video editing.
Should you jump right in and update Premiere straight away? No, we don’t recommend doing so. Here is why:
Now that you’ve read the above, continue to read on about the cool added features…
The program monitor has been updated. It now has a dual-view-option to easily make a comparison between shots. This is great for color correction to see if one shot matches another. Things get even more powerful with the automated color matching.
Browsing Motion Graphic Templates makes it easy to walk through your library. More options to tweak the templates right within Premiere have been added. This makes them more versatile and easier to access. We know a lot of you like to stay within Premiere and don’t have to jump back and forth to After Effects.
A year after the auto ducking feature has been added to Adobe Audition, the feature is brought to Premiere Pro too. This makes is very easy to automatically adjust the audio levels of music and scores to respect any dialogs and sound effects.
Small improvements can make a difference. There are new supported video formats, immersive updates, support for mixed reality etc… All there to save time and improve your workflow.
Stay tuned to the Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Creative Cloud Video & Audio Facebook channels for live streams direct from NAB. There will be a live walk-through on April 6th at 9 a.m. PDT with Jason Levine talking about the top features of this release live on the Creative Cloud YouTube channel.