Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 v13.1.5.47 (x64) Pre-Activated

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Adobe Premiere Pro 2019 is a powerful, customizable editor for non-linear editing, with which you can edit video exactly the way you want it. Import and free merging of any video recordings, from the clip taken on the phone to the raw 5K, followed by editing, for which no transcoding is required.

Faster video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 – the perfect tool for professional editors. Many new features are now available, including enhanced support for original formats, an improved feature for mounting material from multiple cameras, etc.

Adobe Premiere is a video editing software package suitable for both amateur enthusiasts and professionals. It can be purchased and used alone, or alongside other applications such as Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, etc. In addition to all the features of the Adobe Premiere Pro single-app membership, a complete membership also gives you the latest versions of all the other Creative Cloud desktop apps.

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The main advantages of Adobe Premiere CC 2019:

  • Editing on mobile devices using a completely new application Premiere Rush
  • Intellectual correction of sound
  • Color correction of individual areas
  • Data-driven infographics based on animated graphics templates
  • Full support for VR 180
  • Spatial markers for immersive multimedia projects
  • Improved Adobe Stock features
  • Inviting team members to work on common projects
  • Display color management
  • Increased productivity
  • Extended Format Support
  • Improved Creative Cloud Library Features
  • Australian Standard Hidden Subtitle
  • Support for various languages ​​for shortcuts
  • Theater mode in Adobe with immersive effect

It offers you three interactive tutorials to quickly teach you how to use their software. It’s an innovative approach which is triggered by default the first time you launch the software and is well worth checking out to understand where all the tools you need to get started are located, and what they do.

The ability to open multiple projects at the same time is perhaps a feature you thought should’ve been implemented a long time ago, but this omission has finally been rectified. You can now see projects side by side (well, tab by tab to be more precise) and effortlessly move media and edits from one project to the other. If you work on similar videos or often use the same assets, this is an incredibly useful addition.

Main Features & Their Use

Graphics and effects

In the past, it was necessary to manually set your OS display profile to be sure that you were seeing accurate colors, and sometimes it was not possible. Display color management takes away the guesswork and displays correct colors no matter what ICC profile your display is set to in the operating system.

IMPROVED COLOR GRADING

The color changes are extensive and fall into three categories:

  • Color management for your computer display
  • Selective color grading
  • Create and edit multiple Lumetri color effects
  • DISPLAY COLOR MANAGEMENT

Another feature which is a puzzle as to why it took so long to implement, is color consistency between Premiere Pro and the special effects extravaganza that is After Effects. If you go to Preferences > General, you’ll see a new checkbox called “enable color display management”. With this on, you then have a dedicated color pipeline between these two programs. Is it because this feature requires GPU acceleration that is wasn’t available before? In any case, you will undoubtedly hear a lot of video makers shout “finally!”

DISPLAY COLOR MANAGEMENT

In the past, it was necessary to manually set your OS display profile to be sure that you were seeing accurate colors, and sometimes it was not possible. Display color management takes away the guesswork and displays correct colors no matter what ICC profile your display is set to in the operating system.

Adobe didn’t stop there to improve Premiere Pro’s visual effects capabilities. You could already use After Effects templates straight from within Premiere Pro, but you no longer need to have After Effects installed on your computer in order to do so, which can potentially save you a few gigabytes if another member of your team is responsible for creating those assets.

SELECTIVE COLOR GRADING

We are all familiar with the color wheel: Adobe calls these “donuts.” While the basic Lumetri color controls haven’t changed, in this release, Premiere beefed up its selective color controls.

What’s new is that Adobe has added five new color controls to Curves allowing us to make “selective” color changes. That is, where we want to change a portion of the frame, without changing everything. (These are often called “secondary color corrections.”)

  • Hue vs. Saturation. Changes the saturation of a specific range of colors.
  • Hue vs. Hue. Changes the color of a specific range of colors.
  • Hue vs. Luma. Changes the gray-scale value of a specific range of colors.
  • Luma vs. Saturation. Changes the saturation of a specific range of gray-scale values.
  • Saturation vs. Saturation. Changes the saturation of a specific range of saturation.

Other useful improvements to the Essential Graphics section include the ability to move multiple layers at once by pinning a layer to another. When you highlight multiple text layers you can now alter the properties of all of them at the same time, like tracking, color etc.

The font menu has also been tweaked allowing you to see an example of what each font looks like directly from the selection menu. And should you need your titles to roll on or off screen – in any direction of your choice, there’s now a simple button that enables you to do just that.

Working with shapes is easier now: not only can you apply gradient colors to them, including graduated transparency, but it’s also possible to animate those shapes’ properties from the Essential Graphics panel – no need to jump into the Effects Controls to do this anymore.

Color matching

If you’ve ever struggled to match the color between shots, you’ll love the fact that Premiere Pro can now compare a chosen clip in your timeline with another. Click on ‘Apply Match’ and it will analyze the color of the second clip and apply it to the first. There’s even a face detection option to make sure the skin tones are as consistent as as possible.

All of these changes, though most welcome and highly beneficial to many editors’ workflow, are nothing next to what Adobe did with the Lumetri effects. Not only can you apply multiple Lumetri effects to anyone clip, and set them up to affect only specific parts of your image, the curves have been redesigned to make them simpler to understand and easier to manipulate: to change a particular hue for instance, you can use a color picker to select a part of your clip – this will add three points to the color curve. Moving those points will alter that particular color without affecting any other parts of your image.

You can apply masks to limit which part of the image you’re altering – a useful tool should your clip have areas of similar color and you only wish to alter one of them. As you’re dealing with moving images, you can alter the mask one frame at a time… but you’ll notice, if the selection is clear enough, that Premiere Pro may have already tracked your selection for you as the camera pans, saving you a lot of time.

Visual effects aren’t the only areas Adobe has focused its attention on: the Essential Sounds panel also saw a number of improvements, like Reduce Noise and Reduce Reverb sliders, and it’s now possible to automate ducking so your background music never drowns out any dialog. Just make sure the audio clips’ type has been assigned to either Dialog or Music first. Once ready, change the settings to your liking in the Ducking section, and then click on ‘Generate Keyframes’ to let Premiere Pro do all the hard work for you.

Finally, if you work with data-driven infographics, you’ll no doubt appreciate the fact that Premiere Pro now accepts data directly from a spreadsheet: just drop one into the Essential Graphics panel and you’ll then be able to cycle between different rows of the database to change the content of your graphic.

Adobe Premiere Pro CC Screen showing activated version of latest Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 Version. This Image was captured with the Snipping tool.

System Requirements

  • OS: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit) version 1703 or later
  • CPU: Intel® Intel 6thGen or newer CPU – or AMD equivalent
  • RAM: 8 GB of RAM / 16 GB of RAM for HD media / 32 GB for 4K media or higher
  • GPU: 4 GB of GPU VRAM
  • SPACE: 8 GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (will not install on removable flash storage)
  • Monitor: 1920 x 1080 or greater!

Update

  • Fixed issues in Premiere Pro version 13.1.2
  • The 13.1.2 update for Premiere Pro includes two audio effects (DeNoise and DeReverb) that were missing in the Premiere Pro version 13.1.1 installer.

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