Adobe has updated Premiere Rush, bringing support for M1 (Apple Silicon) Macs and Samsung Note 20 series devices.
Adobe is bringing changes to Premiere Rush and Premiere Pro that will enhance speed and flexibility, and allow users to work faster and get more done on the apps, no matter what device they’re using. Among these, is native support for M1 Macs in Premiere Rush.
Here are the most important updates and new features you should know about.
The new version of Adobe Premiere Rush now includes native support for M1 Macs (Apple Silicon), like the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and MacMini.
If you were craving a more dynamic workflow, you will be happy to know that you can now tap on a video clip on the timeline to bring up the context menu when using iOS. This will allow you to easily split, duplicate, or delete a clip. You can also tap a video clip with audio to separate the audio from the video.
The update also brings several changes to the reset functionality. On desktop, you can now Reset for Color to reset all your color adjustments. On iOS and Android, you can Reset adjustments for Color, Audio, and Transforms.
Last but not least, Adobe has also added support for Samsung Note 20/20+ Android phones.
In the new version of Premiere Pro, export times have been optimized for H.264/HEVC encode performance on Windows (Intel). By using Intel Quick Sync hardware acceleration, Adobe promises that you can now export your work up to 1.8x faster.
Furthermore, Lumetri presets will now show you a frame from your current sequence, and Lumetri presets in the effects panel dynamically update to provide you with a preview of the presets as you go.
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