Wondering why I cannot find any professional info relating to Abobe products and when they can run on my new Mac M1...I tried to run my 2019 Adobe products with Rosetta 2 but not much luck. I am currently still running my 2019 products on my 2012 Mac......why no news. My company wants to buy the new macs but the lack of info will force us to buy the Intel versions around June 2021
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Not 100% sure what you mean by 'professional' info Edgar, but if it helps, there is already an Abobe support knowledgebase article listing which apps are already supported, which are supported under emulation (Rosetta 2) and whether that's with or without issues, and which have native beta versions available:
You're posting in the Premiere Pro forum so I'm assuming that's your main app of interest? For what its worth, so far I'm having no issues using an M1 13" MacBook Pro to edit and deliver broadcast masters w/ Premiere Pro CC 2020 (running under Rosetta 2, not the beta) ... just delivered another one this morning. That said, I'm really just waiting for my new workstation PC to ship, but while I wait, this little M1 lappy is quietly running circles around the older (2014) 15" MBP that I'd be stuck with otherwise.
Running the new Mac Mini M1 Big Sur 11.2.1 and had a no luck loading Premeir 2020 and if I try to run my older Premier 2019 Rossetta 2 worked once then failed. What I was trying to get at was when Adobe was going to indicate they would have solved these issues a oppose to saying sometimes in 2021which is very vague.....the Mac users built this company and I think we need better support/info. I am still deliverying my finished edits on my Mac 2012 running premier 2019 while my M1 just entertains me on the internet...