Adobe Premiere Pro July release adds Speech to Text and Native M1 Support

Adobe Premiere Pro just added a great new feature, that editors will absolutely love, and is sure to speed up post production workflows.  This new feature is a major enhancement in Speech to Text, making captioning your videos easier than ever before.  In addition, they've also added Native M1 support within Premiere Pro.  

With native M1 on Mac, Premiere now runs 80 percent faster than its competitive counter part: Intel Based Macs.  It also means support for Media Encoder and Character Animator. 

Speech to text has been a widely anticipated feature, that is perfect for creating transcriptions and captions.  It also includes custom editing and alignment tools to make sure the caption styling fits perfectly with the content being created. 

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