What's New in Adobe Premiere Pro 2019

Premiere Pro 2019 is upon us and if you’re a video producer or looking into getting into video, there are some significant changes that that you’ll find speed up your workflow.

This video showcases the new audio and Motion Graphics capabilities that have all become easier to edit right inside Premiere Pro without the need to go to After Effects or Audition.

If you’re adding text for your intro you will be able to change the font inside Premiere Pro. Up until now we’ve had to go to After Effects, change it there, save it, and have the dynamic linking update the Premiere Pro file. This means you’ll be able to download a motion graphics template from a stock library, use it, and go through various font types to differentiate and essentially create a new, unique style of the graphic.

One of the most important aspects of great video is the audio. With this update, the audio cleanup function in the Dialogue menu has enhanced noise reduction and also a slider to reduce reverb. Recording video on your DSLR and recording sound in-camera (without a mic) often causes reverb and noise. This update negates it.

They’ve also enhanced the Lumetri Color Panel with a wide range of curve adjustments and it’s a great addition to a video producer without the budget for a colorist.

Premiere Pro is my go-to for video editing, and it’s not just because it’s included in my Creative Cloud subscription. It’s becoming easier to produce professional video with motion graphics, audio enhancements and color adjustments, right inside Premiere Pro. The update should be released by the end of the year. 

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4 Comments

David Love's picture

I'm interested in what fixes they will add. GH5 vids played on full render preview no problem in last update and now is sluggish as hell. Color tab still crashes if you have the rgb parade.

100% I agree with you so strongly that I signed up just to say so. Adobe is trash, it's a very unsupportive company to is community, their input and needs. Davinci blows premier out of the water.

Problem is Resolve is painfully slow... Impractical for real work on my computer.

Kyle Ford's picture

I'll tell you what's new, no damn audio in the timeline works after converting from 2018. It's a known issue and is being worked on but I can't believe that crap makes it past testing.