All tagged Premiere Pro CC 2017

Adobe: Premiere Pro (11.0.2) Update

Premiere Pro CC 2017 (11.0.2) is now available for download. This update fixes bugs affecting the Titler and captions, file formats, export and render, keyboard shortcuts, and the Media Browser. Love the smell of squashed bugs in the morning!

Today we’re releasing the second stability update for Premiere Pro CC 2017 since our November launch. The 11.0.2 update contains important bug fixes and is recommended for all users. —Adobe


Chinfat: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorials

YouTuber, Chinfat, has been busy publishing episodes to his Premiere Pro CC 2017 Tutorials playlist. At the time of this writing, he has 11 episodes. These tutorials range from preferences and settings to panel-specific features. Chinfat's tutorials are very thorough; Premiere Pro CC 2017 users will greatly benefit from his knowledgable insights.


Done With Dylan: Map Keyboard Shortcuts Visually in Adobe Premiere Pro

Hopefully you've feasted yours eyes on the new visual keyboard shortcut map in Premiere Pro CC 2017. Now it's time to learn how to use it! In this Done With Dylan video tutorial, Dylan Osborn explains the visual keyboard shortcut map, and shows how to map custom keyboard shortcuts... in three minutes!

Save time by mapping your keyboard shortcuts! In three minutes you'll learn how to use the new visual keyboard interface in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 and later. It's a big win for editors, and you can map different commands to the same key. BONUS: At the end there’s a list of 30 shortcuts worth mapping on your own keyboard! —Dylan Osborn

Source: Premiere Pro CC 2017 New Features

For every release of Premiere Pro CC, publishes a video summary of the new features, giving special attention to the little details that don't receive much publicity. So in case you missed what's new in Premiere Pro CC 2017, or you if you want a deeper look at the smaller improvements in the release, watch this video!

In this video, we explore some of the new features in the Creative Cloud 2017 release of Premiere Pro. As usual, we try to focus on some of the smaller features of the release, in addition to the features that have already been getting coverage. —



Adobe: Premiere Pro CC (November 2016) Bug-Fix Update Is Now Available

The first bug-squashing update (11.0.1) is now available for Premiere Pro CC 2017. This update fixes two bugs:

  1. Changing the titler to South Asian and creating a title could cause a crash when attempting to add text.
  2. Occasional crashes could occur when importing media from Media Browser with the preview control enabled.

The 11.0.1 bug-fix update for Adobe Premiere Pro CC (November 2016) is now available. This update fixes two important bugs and is recommended for all users.


Adobe: Known Issues in Premiere Pro CC 2017 (November 2016)

Adobe has released a list of known issues in Premiere Pro CC 2017. If you are using Premiere Pro CC 2017, or considering upgrading, it is highly recommended you read this, and be aware of these issues. Please note that for each issue, there is an Adobe-recommended workaround. 

This document provides information on the list of known issues in the Premiere Pro CC 2017 (November 2016) release. —Adobe

Source: How Team Projects Changes the Way You Work

Want to learn more about Adobe Team Projects? This blog post by Mark Christiansen gives one of the first in-depth looks at the new Team Projects (beta) now available in the CC 2017. Mark covers a bunch of little known details about Team Projects, for example: Team Projects is currently available only to Creative Cloud for Teams and Enterprise users. Also, features like Dynamic Link are not yet supported in the beta version Team Projects. 

The latest version of Creative Cloud adds a set of features collectively known as a Team Project. Team Projects is a feature that is so new and different, it tends to raise inaccurate assumptions as to what it is or does. It is also currently in beta, and not available to all users. Here’s a look at what it does, how it works, and how it could change post-production collaboration. —Mark Christiansen,


Adobe: Team Projects (Beta) – Collaborative video editing made simple

The future of collaborative video creation is here. Today, Team Projects, one of the most anticipated features of Creative Cloud 2017, was released as a public beta. Alongside all the new features in Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC, teams and enterprise customers will be able to work simultaneously in shared Team Projects. Read Team Projects (Beta) – Collaborative Video Editing Made Simple to learn more, and visit the Team Projects product page for more information.

Collaborate and share sequences and compositions in real time with the new Team Projects (Beta) hosted service, available now for Creative Cloud for teams and enterprise customers. Editors and motion graphics artists can work simultaneously in shared sequences and compositions with features like version control and conflict resolution built right into the CC 2017 versions of Adobe Premiere Pro CCAfter Effects CC, and Adobe Prelude CC. —Adobe


Adobe Releases Premiere Pro CC 2017

Premiere Pro CC 2017 is here! And the question everyone is asking is, "What happened to CC 2016?" But let's not linger on the past. Especially when the future has a new and improved look!

Today we’re extremely excited to be releasing the very latest versions of Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Media Encoder CC, which are accompanied by brand new releases of After EffectsCharacter AnimatorAudition, and many other Adobe Creative Cloud applications. —Al Mooney, Adobe

The release of Premiere Pro CC 2017 includes new features such as a new keyboard shortcut editor, improved open captions, updated audio effects, Dynamic Link with Adobe Character Animator, and the much anticipated Team Projects, a hosted collaboration service that allows video creators to work simultaneously on the same project across Adobe Creative Cloud video applications. Read this blog post by Senior Product Manager, Al Mooney, to get the rundown of everything new in Premiere Pro CC 2017. Watch the video summary here: What's New in Premiere Pro CC (November 2016).

IMPORTANT: Before updating, uncheck "Remove old versions" under the Advanced section of the update window. This will ensure you keep the your latest working version of Premiere Pro CC and all your preferences and plugins.


Adobe: What's New in Creative Cloud 2017

Adobe has released the 2017 version of Creative Cloud! The release coincided with the opening keynote of Adobe MAX 2016, where all the newest Adobe developments were demoed onstage and online. Creative Cloud 2017 includes much anticipated features such as Team Projects, and, of course, all the new features in Premiere Pro CC. There were also some surprises, like the sneak peak at a new social publishing panel (beta) for Premiere Pro CC. Read MAX and the Future of Creativity and Design for more information about what's new in Creative Cloud 2017. Also, check out the DVA Overview blog post: Connected Creativity. What’s New for Video and Audio in CC by Anita Engelman, Adobe Marketing Director for Video.

Today we announced the 2017 release of Creative Cloud. To make sure the Creative Cloud stays at the forefront of innovation and continues to meet the top challenges designers, photographers and filmmakers face today, we have focused on three guiding principles: [1]cloud-first... [2]marketplace... [3]experience... This is the essence of the 2017 release of Creative Cloud. Much of this is available today, with more updates available over the coming months. —Bryan Lamkin, Adobe