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Stay on top of the newest features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This course is dedicated to the video producers and editors who need to leverage the latest Premiere Pro tools and techniques fast. Author Rich Harrington covers the ever-changing and customizable user interface, quality and format improvements like the enhanced Mercury Playback Engine, timeline tricks, and media management techniques, and the best audio, multicamera, and closed captioning workflows.
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- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and today, we're gonna be taking a look at the updates that were shipped with Premiere Pro 2014.2. Now this was an update that dropped in the middle of December 2014, and it also goes by the name of Premiere Pro 8.2. Essentially this was a bug fix, or maintenance release. But there are a few features that were added that are worth talking about. Remember, you can add the support for the new version of Premiere Pro by launching your Creative Cloud Application Manager.
You'll see there is a new version available. All I did was brought up the Creative Cloud Application Manager. You can also find that under the Help menu, you can check for Updates, and this will bring that up. This will launch the older, Adobe Application Manager. Which is fine, it will check for updates. Or, I prefer to use the more robust Adobe Creative Cloud app which will show you if there are updates available. You see, both of these worked fine.
Now, let's just close this one. And for right now, I'll update Premiere Pro, but later on, I need to bring the rest of this machine up to date, and install the other apps too. Give it permission, and it begins to install. And because it works closely hand in hand, let's pull in the Adobe Media Encoder app. Remember, these updates are free, but I would encourage you to make sure that you finish out any current projects if possible. I haven't found any major issues with compatibility in moving between the two versions, but you might recall that there was a substantial change in project file format with the 2014.1 update compared to the initial 2014 release.
In this case, the projects were not backwards compatible. Now, I haven't run into that issue with 2014, but if you work in a multi-user facility, consider the upgrade all at once or as a synchronized effort between all of the editors. It's a good idea to try to keep your facility on the same version so you have standardization across your rooms. Remember, with Creative Cloud, you get all of those updates included, and as we discuss later on today, you may want to still keep an older version around for some features, such as speech analysis.
Alright, let's start to take a look at some of the new features that have been added.
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