(December 12, 2013) Creative Cloud is always evolving and ongoing updates are one of the most popular benefits for users. In a fast-changing industry, Creative Cloud members always have the latest versions of the pro video tools as soon as they are available, including feature enhancements and optimized performance.
The new video updates will become available to Creative Cloud members over the next 24 hours. A new After Effects CC update will follow soon.
Over the past six months, hundreds of new features have been added to the video apps in Creative Cloud and this is the fourth feature update this year for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Some of today’s new features include:
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro CC has seen four new releases in this year (June , July , October, and now, December) – all within the 6 months since the CC version was announced. Guided by user requests, the Adobe Premiere Pro CC SpeedGrade CC , Prelude CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC, and Adobe Anywhere for video. Along with performance enhancements, SpeedGrade also offers expanded camera format support in Direct Link mode. Prelude CC has added support for the latest Adobe Anywhere protocols. Adobe Media Encoder now includes Sony XAVC format support, and Adobe Anywhere introduces performance improvements and diagnostic tools for monitoring system status.
Creative Cloud: one million strong and growing
There are already over one million Creative Cloud members with more joining every day. Already a Creative Cloud member? Launch the Creative Cloud application to get started using these great new features. The new updates will be available there within 24 hours.
Not yet a Creative Cloud member? Sign up for a free membership and get access to 30-day trials of every Adobe creative desktop application, including the latest versions of all the video tools.
Want to learn a new creative app? Both free and paid members also have access to cool new training videos, including sample work files, in Creative Cloud Learn to help you get up and running fast.
I don't know about the software itself, but the press release is pretty bad. Incomplete sentences, no real feature details, and "Premiere Pro" heading on a paragraph containing no information about Premiere Pro.
NOTE: I recognize the irony of using an incomplete sentence to bring up incomplete sentences.
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