Today we have released an update to the December 2013 Premiere Pro CC release, with several important bug fixes. This update is recommended for all users. You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Adobe application by choosing Help > Updates. Ideally, you should install the updates automatically through the Creative Cloud desktop application or by choosing Help > Updates, but you can also directly download the update packages from the download page for Windows or Mac OS. Note that if updates aren’t visible in the Creative Cloud app, quitting and relaunching may help.
issues fixed with this release:
- Intermittent Buzzing could occur on audio playback where audio transitions were present
- Reveal in project sometimes did not work in imported sequence when clips were present in the project
- Premiere Pro could occasionally crash on playback of certain multi cam assets
- Using matte cleanup tools in Ultra keyer could sometimes cause the top half of the image to disappear when paused in Open CL mode
- Autosave could sometimes interrupt playback.
- The AMD Radeon R9 290 Series has been added to the OpenCL supported card list
- Inserting a merged clip with in/out points via menu or command would insert the entire merged clip, not the in/out range
- Playing with preroll could sometime crash Premiere Pro
- When editing in Anywhere mode, adding synthetics would sometimes show a 10 digit number under the progress panel’s Name column
We have become aware of an issue in the recently released December 2013 Update of Premiere Pro CC. If you are user who frequently imports from other projects, or via XMLs, we recommend that you do not install this update. We are working hard to fix this and hope to have a patch available within 7-10 days. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Creative Cloud is always evolving, and ongoing updates are one of the most popular benefits for users. In a fast-changing industry, Creative Cloud members always have the latest versions of the Adobe professional video tools as soon as they are available, including feature enhancements and optimized performance.
Today we’re thrilled to release the fourth version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Adobe application by choosing Help > Updates. Ideally, you should install the updates automatically through the Creative Cloud desktop application or by choosing Help > Updates, but you can also directly download the update packages from the download page for Windows or Mac OS. Note that if updates aren’t visible in the Creative Cloud app, quitting and relaunching may help.
This release brings multiple performance enhancements to Premiere Pro, and several new features. In addition, SpeedGrade, Prelude, Adobe Media Encoder and Adobe Anywhere are all releasing updates today as well, offering video pros an ever-improving integrated workflow. An update to After Effects is coming soon. For more on the December 2013 Creative Cloud pro video release visit the Creative Layer blog.
We hope you like what we’ve done. Below is a list of what’s new; more information is available here. And from all of the Premiere Pro team, we’d like to wish every one of our customers a wonderful festive period. See you next year!
- Voice-over recording directly in the Timeline has been enhanced.
- A pre-roll overlay in the Program Monitor counting down to the time when recording will start
- The ability to pre-roll before the sequence start time
- A new dedicated voice-over record button which can be added to the Audio Track header, and includes pre-roll functionality
- A red record status indicator in the Program Monitor when recording is taking place, including a count-out to the end of a recording when an Out Point has been set
- Multiple Media Browser panels can be open at once for browsing multiple projects or locations simultaneously
- Clip selection overrides track targeting for multiple editing commands (such as Match Frame, Mark Clip, Lift/Extract, Add Edit, etc.)
- Single camera multi-cam only shows single camera in the Source and Program Monitors
- A sequence can be created by dragging media to an empty Timeline panel
- The Ripple Delete command can be used with an In/Out range set in a sequence
- Mercury Transmit can output a Dolby E stream for external hardware decoding
- AVCi100 .mov files can be smart-rendered to MXF-wrapped AVCi100
- OpenCL performance has been improved
- The active source clip name is shown on multi-cam clips used in a sequence
- With a sequence or sequences selected in the Project Panel, a new project can be created from just those sequences by using File > Export > Selection as Premiere Pro project
- Markers can be exported from any asset or sequence to a document, as a .csv or .html file with thumbnails
- Clip markers can be added to selected clips in the timeline without needing to load them into the Source Monitor
- Multicam sequences can be created with a custom preset for switched audio
- Playback performance with XAVC 60p 4K media using Matrox hardware has been improved
- OP1a formats can be used for preview renders
- Improved AVC-Ultra support
- OMF export improvements, especially when working with adaptive audio tracks