Adobe has presented in Public Beta the versions of Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition with native support for Apple M1 chips. These applications have been designed to take full advantage of the performance and power efficiency of the M1 processor.
The transition of Creative Cloud applications to the new platform will allow users to take advantage of new technology. Users with Apple M1 devices can already try the new updates today.
Premiere Pro Beta para Apple M1
M1’s native Premiere Pro includes basic editing functions and support for the most commonly used codecs: H.264, HEVC and ProRes, incorporating the latest in our new subtitles workflow, which requires an update to the caption format. project files.
It is recommended to create a copy of current projects for beta testing to avoid compatibility issues with any ongoing production work. Also, the limitations for the initial test of Premiere Pro on the Apple M1 hardware include third-party integrations, such as;
- transmission reference monitoring hardware
- extension panels
- control surfaces
Updates for Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition for Apple M1 are now available in Public Beta
Premiere Rush y Audition Beta para Apple M1
M1’s native Premiere Rush includes basic editing features, support for H.264 video, the ability to add titles and audio from Rush’s built-in libraries, and will allow users the ability to create projects and export locally on M1 devices from Manzana.
Additional format support, cross-device project syncing, and export to social platforms will be introduced in future builds.
For its part, Audition includes real-time performance improvements to the Spectral Frequency Editor and existing audio editing functions. Despite this, it still does not have support for video playback, extension panels, or some third-party formats and integrations.