Apple made Premiere compatible with the M1 processor, so the video editing function now works a little faster than in compatibility mode. However, the most significant new functionality is “Speech-to-Text”, which Adobe has now included in Premiere. The tool ensures ripping videos and creating subtitles automatically.
The functionality is part of the July release of Adobe and is available to all Adobe Premiere Pro subscribers at no additional charge.
The feature automatically transcribes the audio track into text and places the subtitles in the appropriate place on the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline. The translation view can also be edited manually. Speech to text supports a total of 13 languages.
According to Adobe, Premiere Pro on the Apple M1 now runs about 80 percent faster than similar Intel-based Macs. In addition to Premiere Pro, Media Encoder and Character Animator are now of type M1. But there’s also bad news: Adobe After Effects for M1 won’t go into beta until 2022. Adobe hasn’t announced when the final version will come out yet.
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