Premiere Pro CC 2019
We at Film Impact always embrace new Adobe Premiere Pro versions and we are happy to say that Film Impact is ready to support this new version of Premiere with our creative tools and video transition plugins!
Updating to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019
The Adobe Premiere Pro update is available online or directly from your Creative Cloud application.
Disable Auto updates: Creative Cloud now supports auto updates for the Creative Cloud apps. For the video and audio apps, Adobe does not recommend enabling this feature.
Before you update: check your system specifications. As software is always evolving, system requirements will change with them. Premiere Pro 13.0 requires Windows 10 v. 1703 (or higher) or macOS 10.12 or higher (10.13 recommended for Apple Metal graphics acceleration).
- Learn more about updated operating system requirements.
- Important: updated graphics requirements for Apple Metal, CUDA, and NVIDIA GPUs.
- Visit the Premiere Pro system requirements page for more information.
Best practices for updating
As with all software, we recommend saving and backing up current projects before updating.
You can create a parallel installation of Premiere Pro 13.0 alongside existing installations. (Strongly recommended to keep your work safe)
Locate Premiere Pro under Apps in the Creative Cloud desktop application and click on Update. Click on “Advanced Options” in the popup dialog. Ensure that “Remove old versions” is deselected.
Note: projects created or saved in Premiere Pro 13.0 aren’t backward-compatible with previous Premiere Pro versions (e.g., version 12 releases). If you work with other editors or teams, confirm they are on version 13.0 before starting projects in Premiere Pro 13.0.
Premiere Pro 13.0 was released on October 15, 2018. Here’s what it gives you:
Performance and format support
Hardware-based encoding and decoding for H264 and HEVC provide better performance and faster rendering. Improved image processing provides more responsive playback, rendering, and Lumetri Color performance.
New native format support now includes ARRI Alexa LF (large format), Sony Venice v2, and the HEIF (HEIC) capture format used by iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Improved visibility for QuickTime 32 files makes it easier to identify legacy media in your projects.
The new release also includes Timecode shortcut entry, support for the Australian Closed Captioning Standard, language support for keyboard shortcuts, and more.