Adobe Premiere Pro Overview
Adobe Premiere Pro is a professional non-linear video editing software. The application provides high-quality video editing of 4K resolution and above, with 32-bit color, both in RGB and YUV color space. Audio sample editing, support for VST audio plugins (plug-in) and 5.1 surround audio tracks. The Premiere Pro plug-in architecture allows you to import and export QuickTime or DirectShow container content, and supports a wide range of video and audio formats from MacOS and Windows.
Key Features of Adobe Premiere Pro
Ease of collaboration with group projects. Group projects allow multiple users to work on projects at the same time in the video editor in real time. Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Prelude CC support built-in version control, conflict resolution, and activity tracking so that project participants can collaborate no matter where they are. These features are now available in Creative Cloud for teams and organizations.
Improved subtitles. New subtitle capabilities allow you to quickly perform text manipulation, change the duration and position of text, and create visible and disabled subtitles.
Lumetri Color improvements. New color picker options let you instantly select HSL secondary colors, work with HDR10 files, and enjoy improved support for color space metadata.
Faster operation of the Dynamic Link function. Acceleration eliminates intermediate rendering and provides higher frame rates during playback.
Automatic recognition in virtual reality mode. Premiere Pro automatically recognizes the VR video format (monoscopic, left/right stereoscopic, or top/bottom stereoscopic) and applies the appropriate settings.
Publishing to Behance. Publish videos directly to your Behance portfolio – no more exporting or uploading videos separately.
Function Dynamic Link with support for Character Animator. This feature eliminates intermediate rendering and improves performance when working with the integrated Character Animator, After Effects, and Premiere Pro applications.
Improved interactive text templates. The new file format lets you share Live Text templates between Premiere Pro and After Effects. It does not require a separate After Effects license.
New start interface. In the new launch window, novice users will see an overview of the application’s features, a video processing example, and tutorials that allow you to quickly create a project based on a template.
Synchronization of Typekit fonts. You no longer have to manually add missing fonts when working with interactive text templates. Fonts are automatically synced and updated from Typekit.
Audition sound effects. New sound effects work in real time and provide high quality and fidelity of sound transmission.
Assigning keyboard shortcuts. Quick visual search, change and create keyboard shortcuts.
Simplified media addition. For easy file management, you can merge multiple recorded clips into one file.
Improved performance. With support for Apple Metal technology and other GPU features, including Offset, you can work even faster.
Import of additional native formats. Premiere Pro now supports even more formats, including native QT DNxHD/DNxHR and RED Helium exports.
Adobe Premiere Pro Screenshots