All tagged 2017-16X
In the latest release of Adobe Premiere Pro, you can now easily add editable titles and annotations to your projects with the Essential Graphics panel and Type Tool. This makes adding lower thirds, captions, chapter titles, headings and slates a breeze. Learn more about the new features in this quick tutorial. —Aaron Rutten
In this video, we explore some of the new features in the April 2017 Creative Cloud release of Premiere Pro. We go over: Captioning Updates, The Essential Sound Panel, and The Essential Graphics Panel and the new title and text workflow in Premiere Pro. —reTooled.net
In this video I’ll review the top features in the Spring 2017 release of Premiere Pro CC v11.1.
You’ll see an entirely new workflow for creating Motion Graphics Templates (Premiere and AfterEffects) and our new file format for these templates - .mogrt files. We are also introducing an intuitive way to work with Audio called the Essential Sound Panel. I’ll cover our initial support for Ambisonic VR audio, contribute to Adobe Stock , and new support for DynamicLink for Team Projects. —Dave Helmly
Here we are on the cusp of another NAB so like we’ve seen for the last few years that must mean we are on the cusp of a big update to Adobe Premiere Pro CC and the whole Adobe Creative Cloud video suite. 2017 is no different … but there is one big difference this year: we won’t have to wait until sometime late summer to get the update as it should be available much sooner, probably today … maybe right now as you’re reading this (check your Creative Cloud app as it might take longer to populate to some users). —Scott Simmons, ProVideo Coalition
New features in Adobe Creative Cloud video tools include a modern, intuitive way to create titles and motion graphics with Motion Graphics Templates, the new Type Tool and the Essential Graphics panel; the Essential Sound panel; Destination Publishing to Adobe Stock, Ambisonics audio for VR, HLG support for High Dynamic Range workflows, and more. —Adobe