Welcome to Premiere Pro 23.1!
Hello, and welcome to the December release of Premiere Pro! Premiere Pro 23.1 is now available from the Creative Cloud desktop app. The new features include the following:
This update is recommended for all users. Here is a summary of the new features: New Features
If you are experiencing any issues, please create a new post explaining your problem rather than placing it here so that we can help. If you have a bug to report or any complaint, please do that on our new bug report and feature request forums.
Editing and Workflow
The newly updated version of Premiere Pro presents enhanced creative and organization features to help you work faster and more efficiently throughout the application.
From collaborative editing improvements in Team Projects to improving masking behaviors, the latest version is faster, more fluid, and customizable, enhancing collaboration from pre- to post-production. Let's take a closer look at those new features.
Elevate your on-screen text by converting captions to graphics for greater creative control. Create stylized, animated graphics from captions with Speech to Text in Premiere Pro. This was a big feature request on forums from users like you.
Premiere Pro offers many tools for formatting and stylizing captions. For even more creative options, you can now convert captions into graphics. Once done, you can apply effects and transitions to animate the words on the screen. Use keyframing to adjust the timing of effects or transitions for precise control of the results.
Upgraded captions can still be edited as text, directly in the Program Monitor or in the Text panel.
You can export the result, including all of the graphics.
Tip: If the function is disabled, ensure that the caption is selected in the Timeline before going to the Graphics and Titles menu.
For more information, see: Upgrade captions to graphics
For more information, check out: Collaborative editing with Premiere Pro
For more information, see Sequence Locking.
For more information, see Easily share changes with collaborators.
Easily mask objects down to the finest detail with the ability to add multiple points on a path without rotate and scale options getting in the way. Zoom in and out in the Program Monitor for even further precision with the added 800% and 1600% zoom level options.
For more information, see Improved masking tools.
Simplify track targeting by selecting multiple tracks while holding Ctrl (Windows) or Command (macOS) to enable, disable, or reverse the state of any track header switches, such as visibility and locks.
Use track targeting in Premiere Pro to copy items between tracks, match framing, or navigate quickly between tracks. With new options for track targeting, working in the Timeline panel is even faster and more efficient.
Choose multiple tracks to enable, disable, or reverse the state of any track header switches, such as visibility and locks.
For more information, see Select toggle switches on multiple tracks.
For more information, see Improved support for ARRIRAW with GPU deBayering.
For more information, see RED V-Raptor XL camera support.
For more information, see Expanded XAVC HDR Support.
Premiere Pro Beta
There is an amazing new feature contained in Premiere Pro Beta. It's called "Assemble Rough-cuts from Transcripts": You can now create rough-cut edits from selected text passages with options to generate transcripts on import or from the Text panel.
See also: Assemble Rough-cuts from Transcripts.
That seemingly small masking update would have saved me so much time and hassle over the years. THANK YOU for putting that in.
Exactly!! Looking forward to trying this feature.