A brand new version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC is available now. And the invariable question – what’s new and changed? It’s packed with dozens of new features that will make your editing experience faster and more powerful than ever before. And what’s even better is with Adobe Premiere Pro CC part of Creative Cloud, you’ll can get access to new features the moment they’re released. Read on to know more.
How can you install Premiere Pro CC?
Installing Premiere Pro CC is easier and faster than ever before.
- Go to https://creative.adobe.com, and sign in with your Adobe ID.
Note: If you don’t have an Adobe ID, just click the Get Started link to help you with creating an Adobe ID.
- Click the Download Center link on the Top bar.
- Click the Download button next to the Premiere Pro icon.
- In the Premiere Pro Download page, click Download. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
What are the new features?
There are several new features and enhancements to enrich your digital video editing experience. Read on for a quick introduction to the new features and links to resources offering more information.
User Interface improvements
Premiere Pro provides several user interface improvements that include redesigned timeline with customizable track headers, improved title and action-safe guides, switching between video and audio waveforms with one click, and HiDPI support for an enhanced viewing experience. Read more here.
The editing finesse enhancements include auto-syncing multiple camera angles, merge clips automatically using audio waveforms, source patching and track targeting, and loads more. Read this article for more information.
If you use Premiere Pro on multiple machines, the Sync Settings feature makes it easy for you to keep those settings synchronized across the machines. You can sync your general preferences, keyboard shortcuts, presets, and libraries to the Creative Cloud. For more information, see Sync Settings.
Link & Locate
Premiere Pro now lets you easily locate and relink files that you move, rename, or transcode to different formats. For more information, see Relinking offline media.
Lumetri Deep Color Engine
Premiere Pro now includes the Lumetri Deep Color Engine, letting you instantly apply SpeedGrade .look files and pre-made Lookup Tables (LUTs) to your sequences from within Premiere Pro. For more information on using the new integrated Looks browser, see Apply SpeedGrade color-correction within Premiere Pro.
Precise audio control
You have several audio enhancements that include a new Audio Clip Mixer, improved multicam editing, sync footage using audio waveforms, and lots more. See Audio Enhancements for more information.
Adobe Anywhere Integration
Adobe Anywhere lets video teams effectively collaborate and access shared media across standard networks. You can you use local or remote networks to simultaneously access, stream, and work with remotely stored media. Heavy file transfers, duplicate media, and proxy files are not required. For more information, see Adobe Anywhere integration.
Support for Mezzanine codecs, native formats
Industry-standard mezzanine codecs and native video formats, such as the following, are now available within Premiere Pro:
- Native MXF-wrapped DNxHD
- Apple ProRes (decode only on Windows)
- Sony XAVC
- Panasonic AVCi200
To learn more about Premiere Pro’s expanded format support, see this video.
Premiere Pro CC provides a full set of closed caption features. You can import closed caption files into Premiere Pro, and add them to a sequence. You can edit the closed caption text, color, background, and the timing. For more information, see Closed Captioning.
And lots more!
There are several more features including improved Mercury Playback Engine, High-fidelity interchange, new keyboard shortcuts, and lots more. For the complete list of new features for this release, read these articles: