Thursday, 21 June 2012

What's new in Adobe Premiere Pro?


Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS6 software combines incredible performance with a sleek, revamped user interface and a host of fantastic new creative features, including Warp Stabilizer for stabilizing footage, dynamic timeline trimming, expanded multicam editing, adjustment layers, and more. Ready to switch to the ultimate toolset for video pros?
Work natively with the latest mobile, DSLR, HD, and RAW formats; edit, trim, and adjust effects in real time; stabilize shaky footage; and enjoy a sleek, revamped user interface and expanded multicam support. Over 50 enhancements make switching to Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS6 software easy.

Streamlined, highly intuitive user interface

See more of your video and less clutter thanks to a highly intuitive, customizable interface. New monitor panels include a customizable button bar; the new Project panel focuses squarely on assets and allows clips to be skimmed, scrubbed, and marked up for editing. A new audio track design, improved meters, and a revamped Mixer panel make working with sound easier than ever.

Enhanced Mercury Playback Engine

Work dramatically faster thanks to sweeping performance, stability enhancements, and support for NVIDIA Maximus dual-GPU configurations and certain MacBook Pro OpenCL-based AMD GPUs.† Adobe Mercury Transmit enhances integration with third-party I/O devices.
Take advantage of the most requested editing enhancements, including over 50 new features to help editors switching NLEs move more comfortably to Adobe Premiere Pro.

Dynamic timeline trimming

Finesse your editing with precision using all-new advanced trimming tools. Trim clips your way — directly in the timeline via keyboard entry or dynamically in the Program Monitor using JKL shortcuts.

Warp Stabilizer effect

Easily stabilize a bumpy camera move or lock a shot automatically with the same powerful technology as in Adobe After Effects® software. The new GPU-accelerated Warp Stabilizer removes jitter and rolling shutter artifacts and other motion-related irregularities.

Expanded multicam editing

Quickly and easily edit multicam footage from as many cameras as you have on the shoot. Sync via timecode, switch between tracks in real time, and adjust color across multiple shots.

More intuitive Three-Way Color Corrector

Better manage the color in your projects with the more intuitive Three-Way Color Corrector for precise primary and secondary color correction. Instantly improve video image quality with Adobe Photoshop® style auto-correct functions.

New adjustment layers

Apply effects across multiple clips. Now you can create adjustment layers, similar to those in Photoshop and After Effects, to apply effects to clips on tracks below them. Easily create masks to adjust a selected area of a shot.

Improved, customizable monitor panels

Work the way you want and edit more fluidly. A less cluttered, customizable interface lets you focus on your media by letting you choose which buttons to show or hide in the monitor panels.

Even faster Project panel workflows

View, sort, and arrange media easier than ever with the redesigned Project panel. Edit faster with the ability to scrub and skim clips, set in and out points, and resize clip thumbnails.

Native DSLR camera support

Work natively with the footage shot with the latest video cameras, including ARRI Alexa, Canon Cinema EOS C300, RED EPIC®, and RED Scarlet-X cameras. Native support lets you start editing immediately, without transcoding or rewrapping the footage.

Enhanced, flexible audio tracks

Freely combine and pan mono and stereo clips. For more advanced audio workflows, new Multichannel master and Adaptive track types enable total audio routing flexibility and easy export to multichannel file types.

Adobe Prelude CS6 integration

Use Adobe Prelude to efficiently log footage, add comments and markers, and create rough cuts that can be brought into Adobe Premiere Pro. Comments and markers are associated with the media, making it easy to organize.

Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 integration

Easily export your Adobe Premiere Pro sequences into SpeedGrade CS6 for a complete finishing solution. Easily handle grading tasks like matching shots and creating consistent nuanced color to visually enhance your projects.

Uninterrupted playback

Edit, apply filters, and adjust their parameters, all during playback. Dynamically preview video by looping playback and adjusting parameters on the fly, thanks to the Mercury Playback Engine. (May require a supported GPU.)

Rolling Shutter Repair effect

Easily repair media with rolling shutter artifacts such as wobble and skew. Based on technology in the Warp Stabilizer, this powerful effect can be applied without stabilization and offers enhanced controls.

New Preset Browser

Access commonly used settings immediately using the new Preset Browser in Adobe Media Encoder CS6. Organize presets by category, set favorites, and customize your most frequently used encoding presets.

Performance and stability improvements

Encode video faster when outputting a single source to multiple outputs with Adobe Media Encoder CS6. Get a significant performance boost when using watch folders on a network.

New RED EPIC and RED Scarlet-X support

Take advantage of new support for RED EPIC 5K and RED Scarlet-X footage that lets you import it directly into Adobe Media Encoder CS6 for transcoding to HD and SD formats.

More popular device and format presets

Save time and encode content more easily by using Adobe Media Encoder presets that help ensure your video looks great on widely used output formats and devices, including mobile devices and HDTV.

New 64-bit Adobe Encore CS6

Speed up your authoring workflow and get rock-solid performance and stability with Adobe Encore® CS6, now natively 64 bit. Open and save projects faster, and get dramatic performance working on demanding projects.

Faster MPEG import

Bring MPEG assets into Encore CS6 even faster as multiple import processes happen simultaneously in the background.

Pixel aspect ratio correction in previews

View the correct pixel aspect ratio when previewing DVD simulations, thanks to new pixel aspect ratio correction in Encore CS6.

Enhanced DVD and Blu-Ray Disc authoring

Get even more functionality when authoring DVDs and Blu-ray discs. New 64-bit Encore CS6 adds support for 8-bit color for highlight buttons and menu color quality enhancements and lifts the 99-slide restriction for Blu-ray slide shows.

Enhanced web DVD authoring

Create powerful web DVD experiences that replicate all the functionality of their Blu-ray Disc counterparts, thanks to new web DVD support for pop-up menus, multipage menus, and looping menu playback.


14 comments:

  1. What's new in Adobe Premiere Pro?

    Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS6 software combines incredible performance with a sleek, revamped user interface and a host of fantastic new creative features, including Warp Stabilizer for stabilizing footage, dynamic timeline trimming, expanded multicam editing, adjustment layers, and more. Ready to switch to the ultimate toolset for video pros?

    http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere.html

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  2. One of the biggest problems editing my road trip videos was adjusting the camera movement and warp. This new feature in Premier Pro -

    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-video/using-warp-stabilizer-in-premiere-pro-cs6/?sdid=JUMNE

    is just what I needed. I can't believe it took so long to get this feature out!

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  3. Dude, multicam editing is a huge pain. I’ve been doing it for event shoots and promos and interviews for ages now and I’ve sort of given up my social life for it. This - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-video/expanded-multicam-editing-in-premiere-pro-cs6/?sdid=JYNXB makes multicam editing look like child’s play. I have to get this. NOW!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/whats-new-in-adobe-premiere-pro/

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  4. Photoshop - Selecting Areas of a Photo
    In this lesson you'll see how you can use a selection as the basis of a targeted adjustment.
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/selecting-areas-of-a-photo/

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  5. I was going through the new features of Photoshop CS6 and really couldn’t figure out the hype about the new crop tool. I mean, it’s a crop tool, how cool can it be? Then I saw this - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/the-complete-picture-with-julieanne-kost/the-newly-redesigned-crop-tool-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWU and was totally surprised! It’s bloody awesome! Possibly the best new feature in the whole suite!

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  6. I'm so excited about this - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-web/pattern-creation-in-illustrator-cs6/?sdid=JUMNB finally I can create patterns for my blog and twitter backgrounds in an instant. The new creative suite CS6 from Adobe is full of brilliant new features. I already bought it from here – http://shop.adobe.com/in?sdid=JUMTL, can't wait to get my hands on it!

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  7. I’ve always been sketchy about shifting from one software to another or even upgrading software I use regularly, most because I’m afraid of the time wasted as well as the new/different shortcuts and features. I’ve been editing on FCP for a few years now and recently a friend told me about the new Premier Pro version which supposedly kicks its ass. I downloaded the trial from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and gave it a shot but the changed interface was too hard to handle. Fortunately Adobe have been kind enough to provide a demo with all the basic features as well as some unique ones so you can watch this - http://bit.ly/Oh0sAo and get on with a bigger and better editing software!

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  8. I cannot get over this freakin awesome new feature in the new Premier Pro CS6. Any editor will tell you that multicam shoots are the biggest pain in the neck to edit and when you do it for your own videos, without getting paid, it’s even worse! Premier Pro has seriously take away all my woes in the world by adding this new feature - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-video/expanded-multicam-editing-in-premiere-pro-cs6/?sdid=JYNXB which makes multicam editing the stuff of dreams! I envy all you guys getting into editing now, who will never know the pains of syncing and clipping multiple angles.

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  9. I’ve always been sketchy about shifting from one software to another or even upgrading software I use regularly, most because I’m afraid of the time wasted as well as the new/different shortcuts and features. I’ve been editing on FCP for a few years now and recently a friend told me about the new Premier Pro version which supposedly kicks its ass. I downloaded the trial from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and gave it a shot but the changed interface was too hard to handle. Fortunately Adobe have been kind enough to provide a demo with all the basic features as well as some unique ones so you can watch this - http://bit.ly/Oh0sAo and get on with a bigger and better editing software!

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  10. I’ve been playing around with the demo version of the new Premiere Pro from CS6 and it’s amazing how easily I can edit my school projects. I’ve finished 4 15 min shorts in just over a week and they’re all shot in multiple angles with 3 or 4 cameras. The new multicam editing features of premiere pro http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-video/expanded-multicam-editing-in-premiere-pro-cs6/?sdid=JYNXB are seriously a godsend!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/whats-new-in-adobe-premiere-pro/

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  11. I always had an interest in editing and making videos but almost everyone I knew told me it’s a really hard job. There was always talk about FCP being a pain and really complicated and that I’d spend days on a single project. I found this awesome webinar http://bit.ly/Oh0sAo that covers the basics of editing as well as some advanced editing skills. After watching it I though screw FCP, I’m just going to get Permiere Pro and downloaded it from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and I’ve never looked back!

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  12. I’m a student of Audio-visual production and wanted to experiment with different editing methods. I tried using FCP initially, but as a beginner it was really hard to learn! A friend of mine sent me this link http://bit.ly/Oh0sAo to help me get started. The video was SO helpful! The video not only helped me switch over to premier pro, but it also helped me out with some useful tips for beginners in editing! I was sold and decided to download it. Not too difficult also! Just have to go to this link http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and you can download the trial version! You should really check it out! Soon even you’ll want to buy the entire suite!

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  13. Watch the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Roadshow videos on demand...

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com/?sdid=KABYU

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  14. I run a website dev. company and I took a lot of time getting adjusted to the new features and managing to learn how to use them in Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver. Fortunately, Adobe hosted this roadshow http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU which taught us really well how to maximize the use of the features in the new CS6 suite. Definitely helped a lot!

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