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New: Universal builds of Premiere Pro and Media Encoder with MOGRT support now available

Adobe Employee ,
Mar 16, 2021 Mar 16, 2021

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New versions of Premiere Pro (Beta) and Media Encoder (Beta) are available today!

 

Note: If you have previously installed an Apple Silicon native version of Premiere Pro or Media Encoder, please uninstall the application first and then re-install it. To uninstall the application, open the Beta Apps section on the left side of the Creative Cloud application, find the application, and click the ellipsis menu (three dots), then choose Uninstall. Once the uninstall completes, you can find the application in the list of available Beta applications below and click Install.

 

Premiere Pro (Beta) v15.1.0.33 includes the following:

  • Now a Universal application – see below for more information
  • Native MOGRT support – see below for more information
  • The latest improvements and feature development from the Intel Beta versions, including media replacement in MOGRTs
  • Support for QuickTime Animation codec
  • Fixed an issue where exporting certain RED files resulted in an error compiling movie
  • Fixed an issue where using "Replace With After Effects Composition" would not send the clip to After Effects

 

Known Issues:

  • Exporting an MP3 file from the timeline in Premiere Pro can create a file that is longer than the selected In/Out points
  • Using Dynamic Link between the native Premiere Pro Beta and the Intel After Effects Beta can cause a crash in Premiere Pro, or a small offset in the video frame

 

Universal Application

Premiere Pro (Beta) and Media Encoder (Beta) are now Universal applications. This means that when you install them using Creative Cloud on your M1 Mac, the application will run with native Apple Silicon code or it can be launched in a translation mode using Apple's Rosetta 2 technology. For best performance you don't need to do anything – launching Premiere Pro or Media Encoder like normal will run them in native Apple Silicon mode. The option to run the Intel version of the applications via Rosetta 2 is useful if you need functionality that has not yet been ported over to native code. To run the applications in Rosetta 2 mode, go to the Beta apps section in Creative Cloud, click on the ellipsis (three dots) menu next to the application and choose Open (Intel).

 

Motion Graphics Template (MOGRT) Support

New in this build of Premiere Pro (Beta) for Apple Silicon Macs, the components that make Motion Graphics Templates work have been ported over to run natively on Apple Silicon M1. This means your MOGRTs will work and play back in Premiere Pro even if they were created in After Effects or downloaded via Adobe Stock. While most MOGRTs should work, there are some known issues still in progress:

  • MOGRTs using effects whose name starts with CC (in After Effects) are not yet supported (example: CC Light Sweep)
  • MOGRTs containing PNG, MP4, GIF, or MP3 media will show those clips as color bars

 

Your feedback is essential as we finish the work to fully support MOGRTs on Apple Silicon. Please let us know if you experience issues with your MOGRTs in the new Premiere Pro Beta. Thank you!

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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After a fresh install of PP & AE, dynamic link doesn't work in M1 or INTEL running on an M1 Mini. It always pops up with 'AE must be installed  to import this file'

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Adobe Employee ,
May 24, 2021 May 24, 2021

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@JamieWoods Are you using the Beta version of After Effects and the Beta version of Premiere Pro? You'll need both to be the Beta version for it to work for now.

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May 24, 2021 May 24, 2021

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Hi Matt, yes I'm using both beta versions. 

With PP I've tried both M1 and INTEL by opening it from CC, and there's only the 1 AE beta version so that stays the same.

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