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Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.4!

Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.4!

 

Update Icon.png

Hello and welcome to July release of Premiere Pro! Premiere Pro 15.4 is now available for download from the Creative Cloud desktop app. Premiere Pro 15.4 introduces Speech to Text, the first integrated and automated workflow for adding and customizing captions for video. This release also adds native support for Apple M1 devices, new tools for stylizing titles and captions, and other workflow improvements that help you work faster and deliver content that connects with your audience.

 

This update is recommended for all users. 

 

If you are experiencing any issues, please create a new post explaining your issue so we can help.

If you have a bug to report or any complaint, please do that on User Voice. 

 

New Features in Premiere Pro 15.4

pr_whatsnew_autocaption.png

Speech to Text

The industry’s only integrated NLE solution for captioning videos, includes automated transcription, a dedicated Captions track on the Timeline, design tools for customizing captions, and a full range of export options.
More info

 

pr_whatsnew_tools.png

Transcript editing tools

Review and edit transcripts easily, with tools like search and replace, insert pauses, the ability to distinguish between speakers, and an option to export text files from the Transcript panel.

More info

 

pr_whatsnew_autocaption.png
Generate captions automatically

Powered by Adobe Sensei, Speech to Text transforms transcripts into caption items on the timeline, matching the pacing of your dialog. If needed, you can apply broadcast captioning presets or create your own.

More info

 

whatsnewapplem1.png
Native support for Apple M1 computers

For macOS users, everything is faster on the Apple M1 - from launch times to export, and editing is buttery smooth. Premiere Pro allows you to take advantage of the latest hardware advances.

More info

 

pr_whatsnew_newtileing.png

New titling and caption tools

Even more tools for stylizing text and captions, including multiple shadows for text, text background enhancements, and expanded font substitution for 28 different international alphabets.

More info

 

upgrade-legacy-titles-updated.png

Upgrade Legacy Titles to Source Graphics

Convert Legacy Titles into Source Graphics within your Premiere Pro projects. Source Graphics are displayed in the Project panel where you can track and sort them like any other project item. 

More Info

 

pr_whatsnew_colorenhancment.png
Color improvements: Tetrahedral LUT interpolation

Tetrahedral LUT interpolation in Premiere Pro offers more precise interpretation of color information for better consistency when grading footage with difficult lighting conditions, such as strong shadows and highlights in the same shot, and reducing the chances of introducing banding during post-production.

More info

 

Screen Shot_06.png

Faster Team Projects

Premiere Pro offers faster saving for Team Projects, thanks to a lean new project file structure. Now in public Beta, progressive project loading means you can start working faster after opening existing projects and improved media relinking makes it easier to keep local assets organized..

More info

whatsnewcustomizelable.png

Label colors and clip names

Customize label colors and clip names on the timeline with the option of  limiting the change to the current sequence, or applying the change to your source media – helpful for editors working on shared Productions.

More info


pr_whatsnew_sceneeditdetection.png

Faster Scene Edit Detection

Scene Edit Detection, powered by Adobe Sensei, is up to 2x faster on macOS and Windows, and 3X faster on Apple M1 devices.

More info

pr_whatsnew_automaticeaudiodevice.png

Automatic audio device switching

Premiere Pro on Windows now detects changes and switches automatically when you swap out audio devices, such as interfaces, microphones, or headphones.

More info

pr_whatsnew_discontinuedcuda.png

Discontinued CUDA and OpenCL support on macOS

As macOS moves towards modern Metal-based graphics, we are discontinuing our support for CUDA and OpenCL graphics.

More info

 

Complete documentation for 15.4 features

New Features

Fixed Issues

Known issues

Premiere Pro Community Digest - July 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest - July 2021

Digest 01.jpgWhat's new Premiere Pro Community? July is here and summer is also well under way. I hope you're doing great and your projects are going smoothly wherever in the world you may be.

 

We had a really great Adobe Video Community Meetup on June 30 focusing on audio and audio production for video. Were you there? Sorry if you weren't but you can always watch the replay. The next one coming up is on July 28, and it's all about the new speech to text feature - so mark your calendars now.

 

Premiere Pro 15.2 is still the current release since I checked with you in the last community digest. Issues are the same, so scroll down to check those out. These links might help you or a friend out of a jam. Of course, if you have any issues on your own, create a new post. We've got your back!


Let's take a look back at June and ahead to the rest of July 2021.

    • Premiere Pro 15.2 is the current version.
      • If you haven't yet checked them out, have a look at the latest features.
    • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: New features were released and discussed in the Beta Forums. Have you checked out recent discussions?

For July, here are some dates you may want to be aware of.

  • July 28 is the online Adobe Video Community Meetup. This month, the topic is: Premiere Pro: Unlock Creativity and efficiency. Link here for more info.
  • Revisit this post for last minute events that might arise between now and then.


Digest 02.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In July, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts that may have gotten past you. Here are some links to the articles related to Adobe Premiere Pro and some details about the Substance 3D tools. I hope you enjoy this small selection of Team Blog posts.


Digest 03.jpgLatest Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.2)

Full documentation on the latest features here.

  • Text Gradients: Link to more info here.
  • Label Colors for Captions: Link to more info here.
  • Improved Caption Trimming: Link to more info here.
  • New Loudness Meter: Link to more info here.
  • Support for DirectX display technology on Windows: Link to more info here.
  • Canon XF HEVC performance improvements: Link to more info here.

 

Digest 04.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

Speech to text transcription available to all in public beta
Discuss: New export workflow

Discuss: New import workflow

Discuss: Redesigned header bar

Discuss: Multiple Shadows for Essential Graphics

Update: Premiere Pro Beta on Apple M1

Discuss more here.


Digest 05.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Issues with 15.2? Here are a few:

UI issues while editing: This can be due to audio in nested sequences. Remove the audio from nested sequences and your UI issues return to normal. You can also create a keyboard shortcut to turn off Audio Waveforms. See this thread for details.

  • Recent releases of the BRAW plug-in and camera firmware released by Blackmagic Design only works in Premiere Pro Beta, currently. Don't update the plug-in or firmware for your camera for the current version.
  • Screen tearing and freezing on playback: This can happen in certain laptops that contain a discrete GPU: for workarounds see this thread.
  • M1 Mac and Black Screen issues: I have heard some complaints that the LUT popularized in this thread is no longer working on M1 Macs. You get a black screen. Change hardware acceleration, as indicated in this User Voice thread to work around the error for the Intel version. You cannot use the Beta version and the LUT at this time.


Cool New How-to Content

Thumb_06.jpgHere are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

 

Get Started in Premiere Pro with Mary Betsy
By Adobe Care

 

How to use the Project panel in Premiere Pro
By Adobe Care


Mask Options with Aidin Robbins
By Adobe Video & Motion

 

How to Speed Ramp Slow Motion Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
By Justin Odisho


Porsche 911 at Laguna SecaPorsche 911 at Laguna SecaFeatured ACP - Richard M. Knight

Richard M. Knight has been a community member for going on 11 years now and has reached ACP status because of his high quality answers to questions from content creators, like you. Thanks so much, Richard! I asked Richard if he could give me a bit more background on his illustrious career and he told me the following:


I was lucky enough to start in TV sound when everybody did everything. I was a Fisher boom operator on Queen Victoria's death bed (TV drama Edward VII) and tape operator on many of the 1970s Muppet shows. In the 80's, I was sound director on ITV gameshows including Family Fortunes and The Price is Right. My career moved sideways in the 90s when I was the recordist and dubbing mixer on a number of film dramas. ITV closed the studios in Nottingham in the early 2000s and I then went from soundman to cameraman / editor mainly on a series of Cathedral Organ recital blurays. Since retiring I film local dance shows and school productions but Covid has stopped this for the time being. I'm very much more of an engineer than an artist and I love all things mechanical. I have been restoring a 1965 Porsche 911 for 35 years I might get it finished one day!


I'd really like to thank Richard for all the help he's given back to the community. Won't you join me in giving her a big round of applause for him? Thanks again, Richard. As they say, "Good show!"


That wraps up the Premiere Pro Community Digest for July 2021. Thanks for checking in and we'll see you next month.

Past Digests

Premiere Pro June 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro May 2021 Community Digest
 

Premiere Pro April 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — July 2021

New Command Line Tool for PPro extension installation, replaces ExManCmd

Heads up, everyone! Changes to installation are coming. 

https://medium.com/adobetech/new-command-line-tool-for-plugin-installation-replaces-exmancmd-c38b4bf9d8e4

Please reach out to Erin with any questions.

Premiere Pro C++ SDK updated to enable plug-ins for ARM
Hello, C++ plug-in developers! 
 
We've updated the PPro C++ Mac SDK to enable building for ARM targets. 
Note: We have _not_ updated the rest of the SDK, since our last public release. There's plenty of updating to be done, and we're working on it; we wanted to get the ARM-enabled SDK into your hands as soon as possible.
 
Feel free to reach out directly, with any questions! 
New Captions Workflow (video)

New Captions Workflow video with Caroline Sears and Francis Crossman. Stream starts about 1:00 in. Click the link to skip to the beginning: https://youtu.be/Cz7TOQCjbUM?t=60

 

 

Thanks,
Kevin

Adobe Employee , Jul 20, 2021 Jul 20, 2021
Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.4!

Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.4!

 

Update Icon.png

Hello and welcome to July release of Premiere Pro! Premiere Pro 15.4 is now available for download from the Creative Cloud desktop app. Premiere Pro 15.4 introduces Speech to Text, the first integrated and automated workflow for adding and customizing captions for video. This release also adds native support for Apple M1 devices, new tools for stylizing titles and captions, and other workflow improvements that help you work faster and deliver content that connects with your audience.

 

This update is recommended for all users. 

 

If you are experiencing any issues, please create a new post explaining your issue so we can help.

If you have a bug to report or any complaint, please do that on User Voice. 

 

New Features in Premiere Pro 15.4

pr_whatsnew_autocaption.png

Speech to Text

The industry’s only integrated NLE solution for captioning videos, includes automated transcription, a dedicated Captions track on the Timeline, design tools for customizing captions, and a full range of export options.
More info

 

pr_whatsnew_tools.png

Transcript editing tools

Review and edit transcripts easily, with tools like search and replace, insert pauses, the ability to distinguish between speakers, and an option to export text files from the Transcript panel.

More info

 

pr_whatsnew_autocaption.png
Generate captions automatically

Powered by Adobe Sensei, Speech to Text transforms transcripts into caption items on the timeline, matching the pacing of your dialog. If needed, you can apply broadcast captioning presets or create your own.

More info

 

whatsnewapplem1.png
Native support for Apple M1 computers

For macOS users, everything is faster on the Apple M1 - from launch times to export, and editing is buttery smooth. Premiere Pro allows you to take advantage of the latest hardware advances.

More info

 

pr_whatsnew_newtileing.png

New titling and caption tools

Even more tools for stylizing text and captions, including multiple shadows for text, text background enhancements, and expanded font substitution for 28 different international alphabets.

More info

 

upgrade-legacy-titles-updated.png

Upgrade Legacy Titles to Source Graphics

Convert Legacy Titles into Source Graphics within your Premiere Pro projects. Source Graphics are displayed in the Project panel where you can track and sort them like any other project item. 

More Info

 

pr_whatsnew_colorenhancment.png
Color improvements: Tetrahedral LUT interpolation

Tetrahedral LUT interpolation in Premiere Pro offers more precise interpretation of color information for better consistency when grading footage with difficult lighting conditions, such as strong shadows and highlights in the same shot, and reducing the chances of introducing banding during post-production.

More info

 

Screen Shot_06.png

Faster Team Projects

Premiere Pro offers faster saving for Team Projects, thanks to a lean new project file structure. Now in public Beta, progressive project loading means you can start working faster after opening existing projects and improved media relinking makes it easier to keep local assets organized..

More info

whatsnewcustomizelable.png

Label colors and clip names

Customize label colors and clip names on the timeline with the option of  limiting the change to the current sequence, or applying the change to your source media – helpful for editors working on shared Productions.

More info


pr_whatsnew_sceneeditdetection.png

Faster Scene Edit Detection

Scene Edit Detection, powered by Adobe Sensei, is up to 2x faster on macOS and Windows, and 3X faster on Apple M1 devices.

More info

pr_whatsnew_automaticeaudiodevice.png

Automatic audio device switching

Premiere Pro on Windows now detects changes and switches automatically when you swap out audio devices, such as interfaces, microphones, or headphones.

More info

pr_whatsnew_discontinuedcuda.png

Discontinued CUDA and OpenCL support on macOS

As macOS moves towards modern Metal-based graphics, we are discontinuing our support for CUDA and OpenCL graphics.

More info

 

Complete documentation for 15.4 features

New Features

Fixed Issues

Known issues

Adobe Employee , Jul 15, 2021 Jul 15, 2021
Premiere Pro Community Digest - July 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest - July 2021

Digest 01.jpgWhat's new Premiere Pro Community? July is here and summer is also well under way. I hope you're doing great and your projects are going smoothly wherever in the world you may be.

 

We had a really great Adobe Video Community Meetup on June 30 focusing on audio and audio production for video. Were you there? Sorry if you weren't but you can always watch the replay. The next one coming up is on July 28, and it's all about the new speech to text feature - so mark your calendars now.

 

Premiere Pro 15.2 is still the current release since I checked with you in the last community digest. Issues are the same, so scroll down to check those out. These links might help you or a friend out of a jam. Of course, if you have any issues on your own, create a new post. We've got your back!


Let's take a look back at June and ahead to the rest of July 2021.

    • Premiere Pro 15.2 is the current version.
      • If you haven't yet checked them out, have a look at the latest features.
    • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: New features were released and discussed in the Beta Forums. Have you checked out recent discussions?

For July, here are some dates you may want to be aware of.

  • July 28 is the online Adobe Video Community Meetup. This month, the topic is: Premiere Pro: Unlock Creativity and efficiency. Link here for more info.
  • Revisit this post for last minute events that might arise between now and then.


Digest 02.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In July, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts that may have gotten past you. Here are some links to the articles related to Adobe Premiere Pro and some details about the Substance 3D tools. I hope you enjoy this small selection of Team Blog posts.


Digest 03.jpgLatest Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.2)

Full documentation on the latest features here.

  • Text Gradients: Link to more info here.
  • Label Colors for Captions: Link to more info here.
  • Improved Caption Trimming: Link to more info here.
  • New Loudness Meter: Link to more info here.
  • Support for DirectX display technology on Windows: Link to more info here.
  • Canon XF HEVC performance improvements: Link to more info here.

 

Digest 04.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

Speech to text transcription available to all in public beta
Discuss: New export workflow

Discuss: New import workflow

Discuss: Redesigned header bar

Discuss: Multiple Shadows for Essential Graphics

Update: Premiere Pro Beta on Apple M1

Discuss more here.


Digest 05.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Issues with 15.2? Here are a few:

UI issues while editing: This can be due to audio in nested sequences. Remove the audio from nested sequences and your UI issues return to normal. You can also create a keyboard shortcut to turn off Audio Waveforms. See this thread for details.

  • Recent releases of the BRAW plug-in and camera firmware released by Blackmagic Design only works in Premiere Pro Beta, currently. Don't update the plug-in or firmware for your camera for the current version.
  • Screen tearing and freezing on playback: This can happen in certain laptops that contain a discrete GPU: for workarounds see this thread.
  • M1 Mac and Black Screen issues: I have heard some complaints that the LUT popularized in this thread is no longer working on M1 Macs. You get a black screen. Change hardware acceleration, as indicated in this User Voice thread to work around the error for the Intel version. You cannot use the Beta version and the LUT at this time.


Cool New How-to Content

Thumb_06.jpgHere are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

 

Get Started in Premiere Pro with Mary Betsy
By Adobe Care

 

How to use the Project panel in Premiere Pro
By Adobe Care


Mask Options with Aidin Robbins
By Adobe Video & Motion

 

How to Speed Ramp Slow Motion Footage in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
By Justin Odisho


Porsche 911 at Laguna SecaPorsche 911 at Laguna SecaFeatured ACP - Richard M. Knight

Richard M. Knight has been a community member for going on 11 years now and has reached ACP status because of his high quality answers to questions from content creators, like you. Thanks so much, Richard! I asked Richard if he could give me a bit more background on his illustrious career and he told me the following:


I was lucky enough to start in TV sound when everybody did everything. I was a Fisher boom operator on Queen Victoria's death bed (TV drama Edward VII) and tape operator on many of the 1970s Muppet shows. In the 80's, I was sound director on ITV gameshows including Family Fortunes and The Price is Right. My career moved sideways in the 90s when I was the recordist and dubbing mixer on a number of film dramas. ITV closed the studios in Nottingham in the early 2000s and I then went from soundman to cameraman / editor mainly on a series of Cathedral Organ recital blurays. Since retiring I film local dance shows and school productions but Covid has stopped this for the time being. I'm very much more of an engineer than an artist and I love all things mechanical. I have been restoring a 1965 Porsche 911 for 35 years I might get it finished one day!


I'd really like to thank Richard for all the help he's given back to the community. Won't you join me in giving her a big round of applause for him? Thanks again, Richard. As they say, "Good show!"


That wraps up the Premiere Pro Community Digest for July 2021. Thanks for checking in and we'll see you next month.

Past Digests

Premiere Pro June 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro May 2021 Community Digest
 

Premiere Pro April 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — July 2021

Adobe Employee , Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021
New Command Line Tool for PPro extension installation, replaces ExManCmd

Heads up, everyone! Changes to installation are coming. 

https://medium.com/adobetech/new-command-line-tool-for-plugin-installation-replaces-exmancmd-c38b4bf9d8e4

Please reach out to Erin with any questions.

Adobe Employee , Jun 02, 2021 Jun 02, 2021
Premiere Pro C++ SDK updated to enable plug-ins for ARM
Hello, C++ plug-in developers! 
 
We've updated the PPro C++ Mac SDK to enable building for ARM targets. 
Note: We have _not_ updated the rest of the SDK, since our last public release. There's plenty of updating to be done, and we're working on it; we wanted to get the ARM-enabled SDK into your hands as soon as possible.
 
Feel free to reach out directly, with any questions! 
Adobe Employee , Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021
New Captions Workflow (video)

New Captions Workflow video with Caroline Sears and Francis Crossman. Stream starts about 1:00 in. Click the link to skip to the beginning: https://youtu.be/Cz7TOQCjbUM?t=60

 

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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