Adobe’s latest update for Premiere Pro will let creatives work up to 5x faster with native support on M1 Macs.
Adobe has updated Premiere Pro 15.4 with native support for Macs powered by the M1 chip, including the base 13-inch MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, 24-inch iMac, and Mac mini.
In addition, Premiere Pro has also received a new Speech to Text feature that provides an integrated and automated workflow for creating transcriptions and text captions.
Adobe is also planning on extending native support for Apple silicon to After Effects, with a public beta later this year.
According to Adobe, Creative Cloud apps like the popular video editor Premiere Pro run over 80% faster, on average, on an M1 Mac compared to an identically configured Intel-based Mac.
Speech to Text includes support for 13 languages, and early access users around the world have confirmed the impressive accuracy of their transcriptions. The additional feature included with the update will allow creators to work up to 5x faster than other captioning workflows, according to Adobe.
Speech to Text is included with Premiere Pro or Creative Cloud All Apps subscriptions at no additional cost, enabling Premiere Pro users to increase the value of their video content easily and efficiently.
Adobe updated its Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic apps to run natively on M1 Macs early last month.
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