Adobeannounced new features that will be added to its video products Premiere Pro and After Effects. Premiere Pro adds features such as AI noise removal to clear poorly recorded audio, and After Effects adds features such as the ability to import and animate 3D models. Both will be implemented in beta version from September 13th, and will be officially released this fall.
In Premiere Pro, “Enhance Speech (Beta version)” is newly available. The popular “Enhance Speech” feature of the company’s podcast editing tool “Adobe Pocast” will be implemented in Premiere Pro, allowing you to easily remove noise from poorly recorded conversation audio materials with one click. You can make the sound clear. It is a function that utilizes AI, and the effectiveness can be adjusted.
In addition, “Filler word detection (Beta version)” has been newly added in connection with transcription-based editing released in May. It can detect filler words such as “uh” and “ah” and silence such as breaths, and delete them all at once using transcription-based editing functions. It can be applied to multi-channel audio files, and you can also set the length of files to detect.
Additionally, color processing has been enhanced, with three new mapping methods added to automatic tone mapping. New settings have been added to the Lumetri Color panel, making it easier to make adjustments to color management.
Other improvements include speeding up timeline processing by up to 5 times, adding an effects manager and automatic restoration function that can detect incompatible plug-ins, and optimizing internal code.
After Effects has enhanced motion graphics creation capabilities. The “True3D Workspace (Beta version)” has been implemented, which allows you to directly load 3D models, apply animations, lighting, etc., and even perform rendering, making it possible to mix and edit 3D and 2D materials on one screen. . In conjunction with this, it is equipped with a new 3D engine that can also support high-performance GPUs.
Also updated rotoscoping to cut out objects. “Rotoscope 3.0” now uses AI to cut through objects more accurately and quickly. In particular, the accuracy has been improved when applied to scenes where limbs overlap or transparent elements.
Improvements have also been made to the collaboration function Frame.io. The comparison feature that was previously available for videos will now be available for a variety of assets, including audio, images, and PDFs. Comments and annotations can be added while making comparisons, allowing for more flexible review and approval work.
In addition, we have expanded the range of devices eligible for Camera to Cloud, which directly imports data from cameras to the cloud. For enterprises, the company will also newly offer Frame.io Storage Connect, which allows customers to directly link Frame.io with their AWS S3 contract.