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Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features
Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features

Adobe arrives with force and today launches the news that we will see in Premiere Pro and After Effects These are not great details to point out or to stand out, but these are small improvements that will make work more comfortable for the thousands of users who use Adobe every day for work or leisure.

Without further ado, this is an update that includes improvements to audio and video applications from the Adobe group.

From Adobe they answer that their most recent updates, from now on, will be so frequent because what they seek is to improve the daily workflow and polish all the details of their applications.

Adobe puts an eye on the performance of its programs and emphasizes the stability of the programs, and now with this update they break some barriers, since it does not matter where the user is working, but will have the same options on both Windows and Mac.

At the beginning of the year, Adobe launched the public beta of Premiere Pro and After Effects. One of the objectives when launching a public beta is to gather information about bugs, aspects to be polished, compatibility with operating systems and electronic components, etc.

The new Premiere Pro arrives to polish small details

Small improvements include hardware encoding for H.264 and HEVC formats across the full range of macOS and Windows systems. In addition, compatibility with Nvidia and AMD GPUs (both of the latest generation) for Windows and Mac.

Video reframing is faster and more effective with this new update to Premiere Pro, meaning that reframing is automatic and adapts to vertical and square videos.

In line with the previous improvement we also have a faster video export, and something relatively important is the padding function, which is now compatible with After Effects.

On the other hand, they have put compatibility with ProRes RAW in Premiere Pro and After Effects on a plate, in this way we have an experience complete and provides a solution for users using Apple ProRes.

If we are one of those who work with a touch pen instead of a mouse and keyboard, this new update to Adobe Premiere Pro has also thought of us. We have an improved pen input tool from the previous update.

Progress saving capabilities are also important when working with Adobe, which is why there is now support for audio files in Creative Clouds Libraries for use by Premiere Pro users.

This allows users to save files and organize them, as well as share the most used audios through shortcuts on the Libraries panel CC.

After Effects renews certain essential features

If our forte is drawing and working with After Effects, in this new update we have creative improvements in terms of design and creation it means. Now we can make tapered, wavy, pointy, or rounded strokes on layers and animate those strokes to see the designs in motion.

Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features
Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features

To enhance the After Effects experience, now displays the type of tool being used. This speeds up the exchange of tools and tasks.

Continuing the improvements in After Effects, a new collection of backgrounds with animated elements is now included for animation scenes.

Audio hardware compatibility is now fixed in MacOS for After Effects, Media Encoder, Audition, Character Animator, Prelude, Premiere Pro and Premiere Rush. In other words, when we change hardware, the operating system will adapt automatically.

To close, we have news regarding video recording made with mobile phones. For those who use Premiere Rush, you can now scale the video to 4:5 to match the aspect ratio of the videos on Instagram and other apps that are under the Facebook umbrella.

Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features
Premiere Pro and After Effects 2020: What's New and Features

In addition, it adapts to current formats of rear cameras, that is, ultra wide angle, wide angle, telephoto, etc.

To all this, if working with iOS 13 onwards, users can drag video and audio files to the Premiere Rush program, both within the device and from the cloud.

And here comes the news in Premiere Pro and After Effects in this new update that arrives on our platforms today, day May 19, 2020.

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