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New Features in Premiere Pro CC (2014)

This article is part of a series of posts with tips and tricks from our producers’ experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC after years of working in Final Cut Pro. To read more about why we made the switch, check out this post.


In June, Adobe released major updates across their Creative Cloud suite of applications, including Premiere Pro CC.

In the coming weeks, I will show you some of these great new features. First though, here are some highlights that are most exciting:

  • Browse After Effects projects in the Media Browser.
  • Audio pitch remains the same when you shuttle forwards and back.
  • The ability to select all tracks backwards.
  • Select multiple transitions and change their durations simultaneously.
  • Match Frame backwards, from the Source window to the Timeline.
  • Tag ‘favorites’ in the Media Browser.
  • Automatically back up autosave files to Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
  • All video and audio tracks can be locked with a keyboard shortcut.
  • A contextual export menu for items in the Project Panel.
  • Add a keyboard shortcut for the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog.
  • ‘fx’ badges on timeline tracks can be turned off in the timeline.
  • More than one keyboard command can be assigned to a command.
  • Nested folders are recognized on import.
  • Much faster searching in the Project Panel.
  • Volume of audio clips with keyframes can be nudged up and down with a keyboard shortcuts.

For a full list of new features, see the Adobe blog.

Also, check out Scott Simmons excellent roundup at provideocoalition.com.

Premiere Pro CC is a free upgrade for existing Creative Cloud users. Check your menubar icon for updates.

More to come!

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