Premiere Pro

Today Adobe has announced the availability of Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition for Apple M1 Systems. A news that is linked to another we had recently in reference to Windows ARM processors and the same ones from Apple for Adobe Lightroom.

This series of applications in those systems come along to get the most out of performance and energy efficiency. Two aspects that are more than important today and to which Adobe is adding little by little to bring all its Creative Cloud applications.

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So Adobe has advertised as these Creative Cloud video apps They are designed to perform at their best and improve energy efficiency under that Apple M1 Systems. It is expected that during the public beta performance will be optimized to take full advantage of it.

It is expected that by the first half of 2021 are available Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush, and Audition with full native support for Apple M1 systems.

The Adobe Premiere Pro beta includes core editing features and it offers support to a great majority of codecs such as H.264, HEVC, and ProRes. Of course, if we use the beta we recommend that you make a copy of the projects just in case, since errors can occur.

In the beta of Premiere Rush we can find H.264 support, add titles and audio from the libraries, and will offer the support to create projects and export them. In closing, Auditions already features performance gains for numerous audio effects, as well as other enhancements such as real-time performance in the spectral frequency editor.

As we have said, early versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush, and Audition for Apple M1 Systems They will arrive in the first half of 2021, so with a little patience.