AV1 Codec wann kommt er für Premiere Pro/ AV1 when it comes for Premiere Pro?

New Here ,
Apr 04, 2018 Apr 04, 2018

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Hello

I read that the AV1 Codec is ready. When it will implement to Premiere Pro?

Hallo

ich hab gelesen, der AV1 Codec ist jetzt fertig. Gibt's schon irgendwelche Infos wann dieser Codec in Premiere Pro eingeführt wird? Und ob das auch dann für meine Geforce GTX 1070 gilt, also ich mir der rendern kann

https://www.golem.de/news/videocodec-av1-ist-offiziell-fertig-1803-133578.html

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Most Valuable Participant , Apr 04, 2018 Apr 04, 2018
Before you and I or anyone begins creating content using the AV1 codec, there needs to be support in video players such as web browsers. The press release you linked to speaks of things happening in 2019 and 2020 as this new technology rolls out.H.265 has been out for a while and I've not seen much happening there yet either.Patience... ThanksJeff

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Apr 04, 2018 Apr 04, 2018

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Before you and I or anyone begins creating content using the AV1 codec, there needs to be support in video players such as web browsers. The press release you linked to speaks of things happening in 2019 and 2020 as this new technology rolls out.

H.265 has been out for a while and I've not seen much happening there yet either.

Patience...


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Jeff

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New Here ,
Apr 04, 2018 Apr 04, 2018

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Thanks Jeff for the quick answer

I hoped that would maybe go faster. At H.265 I see the problem that the licensing costs are far too big. I had now in the first effect, less patience, or wanted to ask Adobe, what their plan looks like. The earlier I upload smaller videos the better

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New Here ,
Jul 11, 2019 Jul 11, 2019

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Circling back around on this over a year later. Has Adobe announced any plans to implement AV1 encoding in their software? I know they have HEVC H.265 support already implemented.

At this time, YouTube is planning to switch over completely to AV1, Netflix is planning on implementing it, Vimeo just announced that they're backing it and implementing it, and Facebook announced plans to gradually roll out support for it as well.

This tells me there's plenty enough support for Adobe to take notice and do something about it at this time.

Thoughts?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 12, 2019 Jul 12, 2019

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Adobe does not announce anything except the sneak previews at big events.

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Apr 26, 2021 Apr 26, 2021

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Three years later and there's still no support, even though several YouTube videos seem to use this codec (I'm sometimes forced to download such videos in a professional capacity and it seems, 4K and 2K content is coded in AV01, thus forcing me to re-encode the files using Hand Brake). It's annoying... but hey, Premiere doesn't even support mkv files and those are omnipresent in today's media world (OBS studio, anyone?)...

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