Premiere Pro will see substantial performance improvements with Apple M1 support rolling out today, Adobe has announced.
M1 support on Premiere Pro has been in beta since December, but the feature will finally be available publicly from today.
Adobe Product Manager Patrick Palmer described the M1 update as “incredibly responsive” with the promise that “once you work with it, the feel of it is absolutely amazing” during a digital press session attended by Trusted Reviews.
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