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Today we are thrilled to be releasing the very latest version of Premiere Pro CC, which is accompanied by brand new versions of After Effects, Adobe Media Encoder, and Audition, alongside the introduction of the much-anticipated Android version of our mobile editing application Premiere Clip. Read about this entire release of Adobe’s video and audio applications here, and learn about all the great new versions of the Creative Cloud applications here.
Creative Cloud members and trial users will be able to download and install these applications today using the Creative Cloud desktop application, or online from http://www.adobe.com/creativecloud.html.
Please note that the 2015.1 version of Premiere Pro will overwrite your 2015.0 installation. Also important to note is that 2015.1 requires a revision to the project format and as such projects saved in 2015.1 are not compatible with prior versions of Premiere Pro CC.
The 2015.1 release of Premiere Pro CC contains all of the amazing new features we previewed at IBC in September, including new ways to edit with powerful touch and gestural support, enhanced support for UltraHD/4K+ workflows, initial support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, amazing new Optical flow time remapping, and the ability to search Adobe Stock directly from the Libraries panel. Adobe Stock now also introduces an extensive catalog of over one million royalty-free video clips, which can be previewed and downloaded directly in Premiere Pro. This release also brings official support for OS X El Capitan.
In addition to the significant number of new and enhanced features, Premiere Pro CC 2015.1 contains extensive bug fixes and performance optimizations, a full list of which is available here.
Alongside the key features described above and in the original blog post, there are multiple other minor improvements, a full list of which appears below.
- Tabbed panel groups can be stacked vertically in a column for Lightroom-style one-click access.
- The Start screen has been redesigned.
- Certain timeline actions such as snapping will provide haptic feedback on supported Mac trackpads.
- Thumbnails in the Project Panel can show the effect of applied Master Clip Effects and Source Settings.
- A keyboard shortcut (Command/Control-backslash) has been added to hide the application title bar.
- New lens distortion removal presets have been added for GoPro HERO4, Vision 3, and Inspire 1 cameras.
- Sound timecode and roll can be displayed in the sequence overlays.
- Multi-Camera angles can be arranged across multiple pages.
- The Video Limiter effect can be included in an export preset to keep video levels safe.
- A new effect, SDR Conform, has been added for tone-mapping HDR content.
- A preference has been added to shift clips that overlap the trim point during ripple trimming.
- Sequence timecode can be shown in the marker panel.
- Grid lines have been added to the Curves in the Lumetri panel.
- Indic languages are supported in the Titler.
- Multiple improvements to Merged Clips have been added.
- The Transform effect has been GPU accelerated.
Overview of What’s New in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015.1
If you have a Creative Cloud membership, you always have access to the latest version of Adobe Media Encoder. Go to the Creative Cloud site to download applications or to sign up for Creative Cloud.
Expanded UHD Support
Media Encoder will 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 content online.
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 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.
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 critical for the delivery of digital content. 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.
Ensure that you meet changing broadcast content requirements with flexible MXF channelization. Export audio within single or multiple audio tracks.
The IRT compliance in Media Encoder CC ensures that your content conforms to German broadcast standards. IRT (Institut für Rundfunktechnik) publishes the technical guidelines and specifications of Germany’s public broadcasters. There are six MXF Profiles for HD program material as specified by ARD, ZDF, ORF and ARTE. There are presets in Adobe Media Encoder that correspond to each of these profiles.
Under the Effects tab you will now find SDR Conform and Video Limiter effects to give you even more control over the look of your final output’s color.
And there’s more
The next Media Encoder release also included IMX audio options to create PCM encoded audio (instead of AES3) and 16 channel export, new Time Interpolation settings for improved frame-rate conversion, and the app icon in the dock/taskbar will now show the progress of your encodes.
Notable bug fixes
- XAVC Intra preset names have been updated.
- Various improvements to DNxHD
- Improved speed when smart rendering sequences with many cuts
- Official support for OS X El Capitan
- Improvements to MXF OP1a – Match Source (Rewrap) functionality
- Many workflow and stability improvements
When I first heard of Adobe Video World, I thought “What is this place and how do I get there?” I envisioned a planet, not unlike Coruscant from Star Wars, where Adobe Jedis convene and discuss disturbances in the force. Come to learn this year’s Adobe Video World conference is the first of its kind, combining the successes of past Premiere Pro World and After Effects World Conferences into one 6-day Adobe galaxy… far far away in San Jose. [Star Wars theme plays.]
Live sports broadcast editing and effects specialist delivers the full package for top sporting events with Adobe Creative Cloud
Covering live sports broadcasts requires speed, cost-efficiency, and flexibility—and that’s where Will Newell excels. For 10 years, he’s done graphics, editing, live outdoor interviews, and broadcast delivery preparation for events including the U.S. Open and Formula 1 racing. Although he’s used Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro, his freelance business now relies on a Mac and Adobe Creative Cloud, including Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Here, Newell shares his experiences and talks about why Adobe Creative Cloud is an affordable, powerful option for a freelancer.
Adobe: How did you get your start?
Newell: I worked at an editing facility in Manchester, England in the machine room, as a runner, and then as an assistant editor. I moved to London a few years later and began freelancing. Sky Sports contacted me to do features, openers, closers, and so on. I hit the ground running working regularly on content for football, rugby, cricket, tennis, golf, and even darts matches. I went to Australia in 2012 for the first Sky Sports F1 race and have been doing primarily outdoor broadcasts ever since.
Skilled director and editor brings multifaceted talent to BBC’s “The Voice UK” with help from Adobe Creative Cloud
Scott Peters is a self-‐proclaimed “everything” man. He can direct, produce, edit, shoot, and produce graphics on both large and small budgets. Freelancing offers him the variety that he enjoys and has helped him build an impressive resume. His most recent gig was working as a Digital Director and Producer on the BBC’s The Voice UK, where his team produced all digital content for the wildly popular show using Adobe Creative Cloud.
Adobe: How did you get your start?
Peters: I learned everything I know on the job. I started filming when I was about 12, doing skateboard videos and emulating Jackass videos. At 16, I started getting work experience running on commercials and TV shows.
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.
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?
Self-taught editor and master educator transitions editors from Avid Media Composer to Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Stefan Weiss will be presenting the session “Streamlining Workflows by Switching from Avid to Adobe Premiere Pro CC” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Friday, Sept. 11th at 1:30 pm and 5:00 pm and Saturday, Sept. 12th at 2:00 pm.
When it comes to non-linear editing (NLE), Stefan Weiss is fearless. He’s worked in both film and broadcast television, and today enjoys editing documentaries on a variety of topics, from airplanes to reincarnation. Weiss balances his editing career with work as a trainer, focusing primarily on teaching others how to successfully switch from Avid Media Composer to Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Weiss is a member of the German Editors Guild (Bundesverband Filmschnitt Editor e.V.) and an Adobe Certified Instructor for Premiere Pro and Adobe Photoshop CC.
Adobe: How did you get your start?
Global VFX studio produces extraordinary motion graphics and visual effects with Adobe Creative Cloud
Will MacNeil will be presenting the session “Creating Stunning Motion Design Experiences with Creative Cloud and Cinema 4D” in the Adobe stand 7.G27 at IBC 2015 on Monday, Sept. 14th at 5:00 pm and Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 2:30 pm and in the MAXON stand 7.K30 on Monday, Sept. 14th at 3:00 pm and Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 11:00 am.
This blog was originally posted on September 5, 2014.
MPC is one of the world’s leading visual effects and motion graphics studios, with more than 2,000 employees in eight global offices. The studio’s work includes blockbuster films such as Godzilla, the Harry Potter franchise, and Life of Pi, and advertising campaigns for global brands including Samsung, Ikea, and Visa. MPC works with agencies, production companies, directors, and does some direct-to-brand engagements as well. Senior Motion Graphics Designer Will MacNeil, Marketing Manager Zoe Kent, and Creative Director Dave Haupt explain the role of Adobe Creative Cloud in bringing their visions to life.
Adobe: What is important for us to know about MPC?
Talented editor Vinnie Hobbs applies his own personal style to music video and film projects using Adobe Creative Cloud
Vinnie Hobbs was born and raised in Okinawa, Japan, where his parents work as Instructional Systems Specialists for DoDEA (The Department of Defense Education Activity) on a military installation. He spent his teenage years in Japan shooting skateboard videos and editing with two VCRs connected to each other. These early creative explorations set him on a trajectory to become one of the most talented music video editors in the industry today.
Having worked on projects for artist including Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, and Cheryl Cole, Hobbs recently edited the Kendrick Lamar “Alright” music video, which is the most nominated music video in the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, including a nomination for Video of the Year. Since high school, Adobe Premiere Pro has been Hobbs’ editing program of choice, and he now enjoys working with a range of desktop and mobile apps in Adobe Creative Cloud.
Adobe: How did you start editing music videos?