July 26, 2021 6:07:52 PM IST
Adobe has introduced new features for its Creative Cloud services platform. The new update introduced a number of new features, including Speech to Text in Premiere Pro, Premiere Pro on Apple Macs with M1, and more. Adobe Premiere Pro now has Speech-to-Text that makes it easy for content creators to add closed captions to their videos. The function should help people to save up to 75% time. It supports 13 languages and is supposed to be correct.
Users can easily make changes to the transcript, search for video material and activate other functions. It automatically creates closed captions using Adobe Sensei machine learning technology. In addition, this is a free feature.
Premiere Pro has also hit the latest M1-based Apple Macs and is said to run 80% faster compared to Intel-based Macs. Other features are supported, including M1 support for Media Encoder and Character Animator, After Effects (which will be rolled out in public beta later this year), and more.
Multi-frame rendering has also been added in After Effects, which provides faster screen rendering and a more responsive experience. There will be a speculative rendering that detects when a device is not in use and then renders the compositions.
To encourage the trend towards animation in content, Adobe now offers a body tracker to animate the puppets with their own body movements. This is done with Character Animator. Additionally, there is also a Puppet Maker (now in Public Beta) that humans can use to create animated characters.
While Speech to Text is available to everyone, other features will remain in the public beta.
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