Get a sneak peek into what's coming down the pike in Adobe Creative Cloud. Avid blogs posted a handful of videos introducing some of the new features in Premiere Pro CC, Media Encoder CC, Audition CC, and After Effects CC. Check it out here. And don't miss our post Videoguys Top 10 Products for Adobe Editors.
Up Next for Premiere Pro CC and Media Encoder CC
From Adobe Blog
Today we’re thrilled to be revealing what’s coming next to our professional video and audio desktop applications, with new features for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe Media Encoder CC, Adobe Audition CC, and Adobe After Effects CC. All of these new releases will be available to Creative Cloud members later this year. If you’ll be at the upcoming IBC Show in Amsterdam, join us at our booth to see these new features in action, or check out these videos!
This preview introduces Team Projects, a hosted service that lets editors and motion graphics artists work collaboratively in projects within Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Prelude CC. This service adds deep collaboration features like version history and smart conflict resolution. Post-production professionals can share their edits and get the latest changes from collaborators, allowing concurrent changes to happen on a single project – which is particularly powerful for workflows where visual effects and motion graphics are being done in After Effects at the same time as the edit is being refined in Premiere Pro.
Adhere to broadcast regulations and expand your audience with captions and subtitles; whether to enliven silent auto-play video previews on Facebook, generate versions for different languages, or improve accessibility for hearing impaired viewers with closed captions. The deeply integrated workflow allows you to create Open Captions just as easily as creating closed captions. Customize your text, position, background and font color, and use the new Edge Color feature to ensure your captions are easy to read on any background. Adjust the duration and location of your captions right in the timeline, making it faster to create captions from scratch and adjust them to fit your storyline....[continue reading]