We are thrilled to announce that Premiere Clip 2.0 is now available for download in the App Store. The new release of Premiere Clip includes a number of enhancements to make video editing on the move easier, faster and more fun. Check out all that’s new in the latest release!
New and improved features in Premiere Clip 2.0
- Automatic video creation
- Sync to Music
- Lightroom on Mobile integration
- Improved editing and a new streamlined user interface
Automatic video creation
When creating a new project, you will now have the option for automatic video creation. Select your photos and videos and Premiere Clip will automatically create a video synced to music. You can pick your own soundtrack, choose a different soundtrack start point, adjust the pace of transitions, or re-arrange media, so that in minutes, you have something to share.
Adobe unveils Adobe Premiere Clip 2.0, Adobe Capture CC, and advances coming to the professional video tools
Tune in to Adobe MAX Online to see live demonstrations of these announcements and LOTS more.
Adobe Premiere Clip 2.0 is here! This update to our mobile video editing app adds automatic video creation, Sync to Music functionality, Lightroom on Mobile integration, improved editing, and a new streamlined user interface. Learn more and download Adobe Premiere Clip now. Stay tuned here for more details on Premiere Clip 2.0 later today.
A brand new mobile app – Adobe Capture CC – integrates the power of Adobe Hue CC, Adobe Color CC, Adobe Shape CC, and Adobe Brush CC. Now you can turn any photo into a Look, color theme, vector graphic, or unique brush for use in all your creative projects. Learn more and download Adobe Capture CC on iOS and Android now.
And there’s more! Recently, Adobe revealed the next wave of innovation coming to its professional video and audio tools – including expanded support for UltraHD (UHD), brilliant color technology improvements, and new touch workflows. These features will be available in the coming months.
Adobe demonstrates growing industry momentum as customers continue to make the switch to Creative Cloud and Premiere Pro CC workflows. These include the film Deadpool from 20th Century Fox, coming February 12, 2016; Staten Island Summer from Paramount Pictures, edited by Adam Epstein; and award-winning motion picture colorist Dado Valentic who has worked on 60 feature films, hundreds of commercials, and actively engages with fashion industry clients to develop everything from online brand videos to billboards. Watch demos, interviews, and more from Adobe at IBC Show 2015.
In these upcoming releases of Creative Cloud video apps, you’ll get:
Exceptional UltraHD, HDR, and touch integration—Work with UltraHD (UHD) 4K and 8K media and beyond, and high dynamic range (HDR) files across Creative Cloud applications and throughout your creative pipeline. Maintain color fidelity between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC with the Lumetri effect now also in After Effects. Plus, navigate panels and workspaces with touch and speed your work with gestures on your Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablet or Apple track pad.
Creative assets everywhere you work—Access your project or personal assets wherever you are through Adobe CreativeSync technology. Share images, color Looks, and more between Creative Cloud desktop tools including Photoshop and Illustrator, and with mobile apps such as Adobe Capture CC. Drag assets straight from the Creative Cloud Libraries panel inside After Effects and drop them into the Composition panel. Creative Cloud lets you access and apply assets to your projects without interrupting your creative process.
Vibrant world-class marketplace—Search, try out, and license any of the 45-million high-quality royalty-free images through the Adobe Stock service built into the Libraries panels in Premiere Pro and After Effects.
“Color is now everyone’s responsibility in production. Feature updates in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, such as Lumetri Looks, enable filmmakers and editors to control the look of a project throughout the production process, from the initial script to the end, ultimately giving them more creative control. I look forward to what’s coming next in Creative Cloud,” said Dado Valentic, Founder and Chief Colorist at Mytherapy.
“Adobe is refining our workflows to more easily use fantastic image quality and high dynamic range as creative tools. The ability to move the viewer with HDR imagery will be at our users’ fingertips,” said Bill Roberts, Senior Director of professional video product management, Adobe. “We are in a truly exciting age where the consumption experience is changing – we need to deliver tools that empower creative to take advantage of what is coming.”
To learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, visit the Premiere Pro blog.
To learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe After Effects CC and Character Animator, visit the After Effects blog.
To learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Audition CC, visit the Audition blog.
To learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Media Encoder CC, visit the Premiere Pro blog.
Get Inspired by Amsterdam
Bring Amsterdam into your creative workflow, no matter where you are in the world! At IBC Show 2015, #TeamAdobe collected inspirations in the city using Adobe’s capture apps. This library of Amsterdam-inspired production-ready assets is available to you for free. Use these creative assets in your video, photo, and design work. Enhance your video footage with Looks from Adobe Hue CC, animate Shapes in After Effects, dip into unique Color themes, and incorporate interesting textures with special Brushes.
We are aware of some issues users of Premiere Pro may experience after upgrading to OS X El Capitan. We are working hard to resolve these issues in an forthcoming release but currently recommend users remain on OS X 10.10.x.
Premier League football club engages with a growing international fan base through cross platform video created with a smooth Adobe Creative Cloud workflow
Matthew Quinn, Head of Media Technology & Future Development for Liverpool Football Club, will be presenting the session “Building a Fan Base Across Media Platforms with Creative Cloud” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Monday, September 14th at 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm.
With 18 League Championships, eight League Cups, and five European Cups, Liverpool Football Club is one of the most celebrated teams in the English Premier League. Since 1892, “The Reds” have excited supporters throughout the UK and around the world. With interest in the club increasing, LFC has been engaging with fans across the globe and building excitement about the club year round for many years.
After successfully growing interest in its website and gaining a strong subscriber base, the LFC Digital Media Team turned its attention to launching LFCTV, the Liverpool FC television channel. In 2007, LFCTV started bringing games, news, and behind-the-scenes footage into fans’ living rooms. Growing adoption of social media led Liverpool FC to broaden its reach with social media, YouTube, and LFCTV GO, the club’s paid subscription streaming video service.
Concert film editor captures emotion of live performances with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Simon Bryant’s love of music comes through loud and clear with his editing of concert and studio footage for films and DVDs. His work covers a range of genres and he’s been lucky to work with many well-known artists including The Rolling Stones, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, and One Direction. Bryant is constantly examining what makes a project successful, both from an editing and a film point of view. One key factor that contributes to his success is working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Simon Bryant will be presenting the session “Leading the Eye: Multi-Camera Editing for Some of the World’s Biggest Bands” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Sunday, Sept. 13th at 1:30 pm and 5:00 pm.
Adobe: How did you get into this career?
A rich library of free production-ready assets for your video, photo & design work, inspired by Amsterdam
Update 10/5/15: All of the apps mentioned in this post— Adobe Hue, Brush, Shape, and Color CC — are now available as part of a single app Adobe Capture CC, that lets you turn real-world inspirations into production-ready assets. Capture CC is available for iOS and Android.
#TeamAdobe has arrived in Amsterdam for the 2015 IBC Show, and we are feeling inspired! Earlier this week, we revealed what’s coming next to our video and audio tools. Today, we’re hitting the city in anticipation of the conference and using Adobe’s capture apps to create a collection of Amsterdam-inspired production-ready assets for video, photo, and design work. We’re making this library available to you as a free download so you can join us in Amsterdam, no matter where you are in the world.
Adobe’s capture apps – Adobe Hue CC, Shape CC, Color CC, and Brush CC – allow you to capture inspiring palettes, moods, shapes, and textures and convert them into creative assets as easily as snapping a picture. These apps are powered by CreativeSync, and automatically populate your Creative Cloud libraries, making them instantly available in apps like Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and more, without the hassle of having to move files around or keep track of the latest versions.
We’ll be highlighting one asset to our Inspired by Amsterdam library per day, and adding more unique Looks, brushes, color themes, and shapes throughout IBC. Be sure to check back to see what inspirations we’ve collected and learn how you can bring a bit of Amsterdam into your next creative project!
Follow this link to add the Inspired by Amsterdam library to your Creative Cloud account and get all of the assets for free: http://adobe.ly/1L5ERc4
Creators of innovative display solutions power fan engagement at leading sports venues with help from Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Anywhere
Geraint Williams will be presenting the session Next Generation Global Sports Broadcast with Adobe Anywhere” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Friday, Sept. 11th at 3:30 pm and Saturday, Sept. 12th at 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm.
Since Geraint Williams founded ADI nearly twenty five years ago, the company has grown to become a global pioneer in the creation, management, and distribution of video content and the technology that supports it. The company supports huge events and installations throughout retail and large sports venues, delivering both the infrastructure and the content to entertain and excite audiences. Today, ADI uses a video workflow that includes Adobe Anywhere and Adobe Creative Cloud to connect teams, venues, and partners with their target audiences.
Adobe: Tell us about the importance of content in your business.
Today we’re thrilled to be revealing what’s new and changed in the forthcoming updates to the CC 2015 professional video and audio applications, including Premiere Pro. (Please note that a bug fix update, Premiere Pro CC 2015 9.0.2, was released today, which is not to be confused with this feature update coming later in in the year).
For information about new and upcoming versions of all of our professional video and audio applications, visit the Creative Cloud blog or the Creative Cloud for Video page on adobe.com, and see demos of these new features at our IBC Online event on September 15th. We’re also tremendously excited to be able to announce that 20th Century Fox’s upcoming film Deadpool is being cut exclusively with Premiere Pro CC.
With this next release, Premiere Pro expands on its exceptional support for UltraHD, 4K and beyond workflows with new, native support for HEVC (h.265), DNxHR, and OpenEXR media, for both encode and decode, allowing editors to edit and deliver any format they need to.
The amazing, intuitive Color Workspace featuring the Lumetri Color Panel, designed to let editors to be creative with color without needing to work in a complex grading application, will be further enhanced with initial support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) workflows. With a supported external HD monitoring system, RAW camera formats and OpenEXR media, alongside the Dolby Vision mezzanine codec, can be edited and graded with much greater dynamic range than conventional video, by using powerful but intuitive HDR controls. And new HDR scopes will give editors precise feedback on their creative decisions.
We’re also adding the Lumetri effect to After Effects, ensuring color fidelity between Premiere Pro and After Effects (learn more about other new features coming to After Effects here).
Premiere Pro will let you build up your edit in new and tactile ways, by providing touch support for Windows hybrid touch devices like the Microsoft Surface Pro, and improved gestural support using Apple Force Touch track pads. Use multi-touch in the Assembly workspace for pinch to zoom to make your media clips big and easy to work with, then easily reorder them for storyboarding, play back and scrub right on the icons with your finger, tap to mark in and out points and drag straight to a sequence. Or, drag to the Program Monitor, where a new overlay will appear to allow you to drop into different zones to perform various standard kinds of edit. And onApple Force Touch track pads, get haptic feedback when snapping and trimming in the timeline.
The addition of GPU optimized Optical Flow Time Remapping will let you get that smooth slow motion and speed ramps you want even when you haven’t shot at ultra high frame rates, and will provide significantly improved frame-rate conversion.
And there are large improvements coming to the Adobe Stock workflow, which will let you search, try out and license any of the 45-million high quality royalty-free images through the Adobe Stock service built right into the Creative Cloud Libraries panel in Premiere Pro, as well as After Effects.
As with every release, there are loads of other improvements and optimizations throughout the application as our goal remains unchanged: to provide the best creative experience possible.
We hope you’re as excited as we are about these new releases, and we’re sure you can’t wait to get your hands on them. If you’re lucky enough to be at IBC, stop by our booth where we’ll be showing pre-release versions of what’s coming, and have fantastic customer presentations lined up. Our engineers and testing team are hard at work ensuring that, when we are able to release these features, you’ll have the best possible product we could have made – so stay tuned for more information on when these great new updates with be available.
If you have a Creative Cloud membership, you always have access to the latest version of Premiere Pro, so you’ll have access to this update as soon it’s released. Go to the Creative Cloud site to download applications or to sign up for Creative Cloud. If you aren’t a Creative Cloud member yet, you can try out Premiere Pro CC with a free 30-day trial here.
New Features Coming to Adobe Media Encoder
At IBC in Amsterdam, Adobe will unveil the next round of updates coming soon to the Creative Cloud video applications, including Adobe Media Encoder, the rock-solid rendering and publishing tool for delivering video content to virtually any screen on earth.
Headline features in the next Media Encoder update include Destination Publishing to Facebook, expanded support for UHD formats, improved image sequence workflows, Automatic Loudness correction, and more.
Publish to Facebook
Render and publish content to Facebook in one fell swoop. Easily showcase work, promote projects, or support social media campaigns on a platform where something in the order of 3 billion videos are viewed each day. Along with upcoming Facebook support, Destination Publishing also allows you to render and send video to Creative Cloud, Vimeo, and YouTube, giving you a super-fast delivery system for public or password protected video content.
Expanded UHD Support
Media Encoder will also offer Expanded UHD capabilities with the addition of support for XAVC Long GOP, DNxHR, and the new HEVC (H.265) codec, which, at 60% the size of comparable H.264 files, is ideal for delivering pristine 4K online content.
Improved Image Sequence Support
After Effects artists rejoice! You will soon be able to automate rendering for image sequences from After Effects (and other 3D apps) with new Watch Folder support for OpenEXR. Streamline your workflow for frame-based content and offload rendering so that you can continue working in After Effects.
Automatic Loudness Correction
Loudness standards are now de rigeur almost everywhere. All you need to do is check the box in the next release of Media Encoder to apply automatic Loudness correction and deliver content with confidence, knowing that your deliverables meet broadcast standards.
And there’s more
No, that is not everything: the next Media Encoder release includes a boatload of additions and enhancements, such as MXF Channelization, IRT compliance, IMX audio options to create PCM encoded audio (instead of AES3) and 16 channel export, a new HDR to SDR conversion filter, new Time Interpolation settings, a new Video Limiter in the Effects tab, and more. We’ll publish detailed release notes when the new version is available later this year.