After a beta release in december, Premiere Pro now officially supports M1 Macs. “From launch time to export, everything is faster and editing is smooth,” Adobe says of the original version of Apple Silicon’s video editing software. The company adds that Adobe Sensei has like Auto Reframe feel “noticeably” faster and that the application consumes significantly less battery power on M1 Macs.
Although Apple has since only offered computers with its ARM-based chips November last year, Adobe quickly supported the platform. It came out with an Apple Silicon version in December Lightroom and they followed it in the original March issue Photoshop. With today’s announcement, you don’t need to turn to Rosetti 2 to mimic most of the company’s most popular apps. The July Premiere Pro update also includes a handful of features you don’t need a new Mac to appreciate. Among them, the most important is the function of converting speech into text, which can automatically upload videos.
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