adobe: Adobe updates its Premiere Pro video editor with new features – Times of India
Adobe has released a new updated version of its video editing platform the Premiere Pro. Recently, the company also updated its photo editing software Adobe Photoshop for the Apple iPad. Apart from adding new features like GIF transparency and HDR proxies, Adobe has also included hardware encoding support for faster exports in the updated version of the Premiere Pro software.
New improvements in the updated version of the Adobe Premiere Pro
The company has discussed the details of the multiple new improvements that have been included in the new Adobe Premiere Pro version 22,4, which was also a part of the firm’s May 2022 release. The new version of the Premiere Pro software will allow users to export GIFs with transparency. The company claims that GIF transparency will add “greater flexibility for short social media content.” The updated version also includes new tools to adjust the spacing to make it even easier for the users to distribute objects in titles and graphics.
The new version of the Adobe Premiere Pro will also support hardware encoding for Mac users on both Intel or M1 systems. The company claims that the export times for 10-bit 4:2:0 HEVC videos will be reduced by 10 times with this new update. Windows users who own PCs with AMD GPUs will also be able to see similar improvements.
Moreover, the new update is promised to deliver a more reliable rendering process even more reliable along with smoother QuickTime Screen Recording playback. The updated version of the software will also be able to generate medium- and high-resolution media in the correct colour space as it will now support HDR proxies.
Adobe Premiere Pro version 22.4 availability
The updated version of the Adobe Premiere Pro software will be available to Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers. More details about the new improvements included in the May 2022 release are available on the company’s official website.
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