Adobe brings native Apple Silicon support to Premiere Pro – Pocket-lint
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(Pocket-lint) – After a beta period, Adobe has released a final version of Premiere Pro for Macs based on Apple Silicon (M1) along with a new Speech to text feature.
Speech to Text supports 13 languages and you can easily correct or edit the text once it’s transcribed. Speech to Text automatically creates subtitles on the timeline. Adobe claims that Speech to Text again uses its own Adobe Sensei AI technology.
Adobe claims that there is a marked improvement in productivity by being able to add text for captions via speech (provided the captions are not sent to you elsewhere).
The latest release follows Adobe’s teaser last month that Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps run up to 80% faster on Apple M1 chips compared to the equivalent Intel processor (in other words, not the high-end Intel chips we have. seen in many pro level Mac).
The figure for Premiere Pro is 77% better, with 50% better launch times.
Photoshop, Premiere Rush and Audition are already native to Apple M1, as is Lightroom which has supported M1-based Macs since December. Rival Serif’s Affinity apps were updated in November.
Adobe After Effects for Apple Silicon will enter the public beta later this year.
Speed tests were done using the 13-inch MacBook Pro, likely because it’s the only Apple model available with both Intel and Apple chips.
Both configurations have 16GB of RAM and 2TB of SSD and showcased the Apple M1 over the 10th gen Intel Core i5. Intel has since released improved 11th generation Core chips for laptops since then.
Written by Dan Grabham. Originally published on .