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The 23.3 update of Premiere Pro includes important fixes, optimizations, and user-requested optimizations. This release is recommended for all users.
Learn about best practices for updating Premiere Pro here.
Export directly to Adobe Media Encoder
A new menu item and keyboard shortcut allow editors to send their sequence directly to Media Encoder for export, bypassing Export mode.
Use the new menu command (File > Export > Send to Adobe Media Encoder) or keyboard shortcut (Alt + Shift + M (Windows) or Option + Shift + M (macOS)) to export your sequence to Adobe Media Encoder. Exporting via Media Encoder means exporting happens in the background so you can continue working in Premiere Pro.
Easily accessible recently used presets in Export mode
The Preset menu in the Export mode now shows the last three presets you’ve exported, making it easier to quickly apply them with other sequences, clips, or projects. There's also a new keyboard shortcut you can use for reaching exports in Media Encoder more easily.
Use drag and drop to move assets and sequences between projects in your production. To copy an item, press Cmd (macOS) or Ctrl (Windows) while dragging.
Moving assets between projects within the same Production is now easier. Drag and drop to move any project item to a different project, where the asset is saved to the root folder. To copy, press Cmd (macOS) or Ctrl (Windows) while dragging and dropping.
Production provides a framework for larger, multi-project workflows in Premiere Pro, such as assistant editors working with their editor.
Productions makes it easy for editorial teams to use shared storage to work with a common media pool and stay organized.
Center Split provides a stylized transition where the image splits into four quadrants that disappear in the screen's corners – or appear if the transition is reversed. Like other Premiere Pro transitions, Center Split is highly customizable.
With GPU acceleration, playback is improved, and exports become faster when using this transition.
GPU acceleration for Non-Additive Dissolve transition
Non-Additive Dissolve creates a transition by mapping the luminance of the first clip to the second one. Unlike a standard Cross Dissolve, both clips are more clearly visible during the transition but without the burst of brightness that comes from Additive Dissolve.
GPU acceleration improves playback performance and leads to faster export for Non-Additive Dissolve.
The Split transition provides a stylized effect for things like a scene opening, where the previous clip splits, and the two halves move off-screen, revealing the new clip. Like other transitions, the effect is customizable.
GPU acceleration improves the effect's performance, including better performance in the effects stack for faster exports.