However, the ability to install betas separately from releases means that both versions can conveniently be used in parallel, meaning users don&t have to choose one or the other and avoid any potential problems with betas while doing important work on ongoing projects. Beta builds for Premiere Pro (as well as Premiere Rush and Audition) with native Apple M1 support can be installed directly from the Creative Cloud desktop app.
Premiere Rush and Audition M1 Beta.
The M1 beta of Premiere Rush also supports core editing features and H.264 video, as well as the ability to add titles and audio from Rush&s built-in libraries. In addition, it is possible to recreate projects and export them locally to Apple M1 devices. Support for additional formats, syncing projects between devices and exporting to social platforms will come in future beta builds.
The Audition M1 beta offers performance enhancements for many audio effects. Other improvements include real-time performance for the Spectral Frequency Editor. The Audition beta for Apple M1 hardware includes most of the existing audio editing features, but does not yet include support for video playback, extension panels, or some third-party formats and integrations.
Release versions of Premiere Pro, Audition and Premiere Rush with full native support for Apple M1 systems on macOS should be available in the first half of 2021, according to Adobe. Work on native Apple M1 support for After Effects and Character Animator Apple M1 will begin in 2021.
Our tests of the MacBook Pro 13" M1 with DaVinci Resolve.
We have already tested the new MacBook Pro 13" with M1 under Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 17 tested and came to a positive verdict there regarding performance and power consumption. We will see if the results will be similar under Premiere Pro.
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