Premiere Pro 14.5 Released: Performance and Workflow Improvements



Here is a summary of the new features and workflow improvements in the new version of Premiere Pro:

New hardware decoding for AMD and NVIDIA GPUs on Windows offers faster playback and more responsive Timeline performance for the widely used H.264 and HEVC formats in Premiere Pro (and After Effects Beta).

Faster audio pre-roll which provides responsive playback for large projects or projects that use a lot of audio effects, thus reducing the waiting times for playback to start.

HDR workflows now include support for Rec.2100 PQ color working space in Premiere Pro and After Effects.

Color management for ARRI ProRes allows users to work with embedded LUTs, streamlining the workflow in Premiere Pro. For HDR productions, you can switch out Rec.709 LUTs and replace them with HLG LUTs.

Import support for ProRes RAW on Windows is now available for Intel and AMD GPUs. ProRes RAW can now be imported across both platforms with all the major GPUs.

ProRes RAW to LOG color space conversion is now available in Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Adobe Media Encoder.