Adobe has released a new Premiere Pro version for MacOS. Which allows users to run video editing software manually in Apple Macbooks. The software launched by Adobe in version is still in beta version.
Adobe already lists some bugs, and some missing features, in the beta version. Third-party integrations will need to be updated by their own respective developers, to work on Apple Silicon. Adobe said, that users can be able to use beta software on M1 Macs using Rosetta 2 emulation while the Arm version is still in development. Though some of the third-party integrations may not work on this beta version.
Premiere Pro joins the other two editing apps of Adobe “Photoshop” and “Lightroom”.
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