The User Guide page is here:
“Last updated on Oct 5, 2022”
There is no indication if this article is current, or which versions of Premiere Pro this page applies to. For example, this page states “Depending on the task, Premiere Pro runs at 93-98% efficiency with eight cores.” - does this mean all versions of Premiere Pro run at this efficiency with eight cores?
Also in spite of being updated in October of 2022, it demonstrates a complete ignorance of the various more current variations of Apple M1chips or Apple M2 chips.
“You can configurations that these requirements in both desktop and mobile systems.”
This is not a sentence.
Under “Apple Desktops”
“Current Mac Pros, iMac Pros, and M1 iMacs, and Mac Minis with at least 16GB of memory and SSD storage will support video editing workflows.”
Is there a reason that Adobe does not recommend Mac Studio machines?
Is there a reason that Adobe hasn’t considered M2 machines?
Under “File Size”
“Measured in screen pixels (width x height) HD is typically 1920 x 1080and 4K footage is four times larger at 3840 x 2160.”
It’s probably important to qualify the 4k information here the same way the HD information is qualified (ie. “typically”).
“For Apple M1 systems, we recommend 16GB of shared memory (currently the maximum available).”
This is factually false.