What’s New and Changed in Premiere Pro CC (2014 release)

premierepro_2xThe 2014 release of Premiere Pro CC is available for download.

Like with the past CC releases of Premiere Pro, the 2014 release is again filled with many block-buster features: tighter integration with After Effects, Master Clip Effects, support for fonts from Typekit, and several more useful features that make your video editing easier than ever.


Top new features


  • Masking and tracking workflows from After Effects within Premiere Pro
  • Live text templates to edit text layers in After Effects compositions directly in Premiere Pro
  • Master Clip effects to automatically ripple down an effect applied to a master clip to all portions of the master clips used in sequences
  • Support for thousands of fonts from Typekit, auto-saving projects to Creative Cloud, and migration of sync settings
  • Audio-related enhancements like, voice-over recording from the Timeline, and maintaining audio pitch during recording
  • Cross-platform support for video effects and transitions
  • New delivery formats, enhanced graphic performance, native format support, and much, much more

Learn more

For a complete summary of the features, don’t miss reading the  New Features Summary. This document takes a much deeper look at the new features and provides links to detailed feature articles.

To learn more about the features through tutorials, we have a library of video tutorials and projects to try at the Premiere Pro CC Learn & Support page.

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