Adobe Premiere Pro has received an update to the Mac M1 chip. According to Adobe itself, the new version of the update is 50% faster and 77% faster than the “Edit” process. In addition to Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Character Animator and Media Encoder also receive updates to support Macs running the same M1 chip.

Apple released its first M1-powered Mac in November 2020 and is capable of running software designed for Macs using Intel chips. However, it did not run smoothly, which is why major software developers have released updates so that their software can support and benefit from Macs running the full M1 chip. In December 2020, Adobe Light Room received an update to support Macs running the M1 chip. Later, Photoshop Lightroom Classic, Illustrator, and InDesign were also updated to support Macs running the M1 chip.

Through the July update, Adobe Premiere Pro also gets some new features. The biggest feature is Speech To Text, which has the ability to automatically create text from speech in the video that the user is editing. Through the same update, Adobe Premiere Pro also gets Captions Customization, which allows users to set or edit the text to be displayed on the video they are editing.