The latest version to Premiere Pro has made some changes to audio effects. Adobe has moved effects from Audition into Premiere, and some of these effects have replaced older ones. What are these new audio effects? In this video, author Richard Harrington points out the effects that have been moved from Audition into the new Adobe Premiere Pro 2017.
- The latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro…has made some changes to audio effects.…Adobe has decided to move some effects over…from Audition, directly into Premiere Pro, which is great.…They're high quality effects that really get the job done.…And because some of those new effects replace old effects,…they've decided to deprecate, or make some of them obsolete.…Let's start with what's new.…You'll find a list of new effects available which include,…from Adobe Audition, Adaptive Noise Reduction,…Dynamics Processing, Parametric Equalizer,…Automatic Click Remover, and Studio Reverb.…
These have also been updated for high DPI display support,…making it easier to see the controls…and user interface elements.…So for example, if we go to Effects here,…and I twirl down Audio Effects,…those new ones have been mixed within the effects.…There's the Dynamics Processing,…and I'll apply it to the track here.…Remember, if you click Edit,…it's going to bring up a new user interface,…and these have been redrawn to be cleaner…
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Q. This course was updated 05/2017. What changed?
A. The following topics received additions or updates: workflow improvements, publishing to Adobe Stock, MacBook Touch Bar support, working with After Effects motion graphics templates in Premiere Pro, using the new titler, and performance improvements for AAF, XAVC 4K, scaling, and VR.