Adobe Premiere Pro 22.2 brings 10-Bit HEVC with performance gain on Intel and NVIDIA

Deepak Gupta February 9, 2022
Updated 2022/02/09 at 4:03 PM

THE Adobe launched this Wednesday (09) the new update to Adobe Premiere Pro. THE version 22.2 of the video editing software brings some new features to the program, but the highlight is the encoding HEVC 10-Bit which uses 4:2:0 chroma subsampling and promises to export files up to 10 times faster in systems Windows with GPUs Intel or NVIDIA.

To demonstrate the efficiency of the new update, the Adobe used as an example a NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000, graphics card with a focus on professional rendering use. Graphs show up to six times less export time in the new version 22.2 of the software.

THE Adobe indicates that users NVIDIA use the drivers Studio officers in combination with the model GPU RTX frame.

To exemplify the performances on integrated graphics Intela Adobe used a Intel Core i7 1165G7 with integrated graphics Xe-LP (Iris Xe). In this case, what was seen was a performance of approximately 8 times less time of export in 4K (UHD Complex) and 13 times smaller in Simple UHD. In both examples the time shown is in milliseconds and the smaller the bars, the better it means for the result.

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THE Adobe also stated that the transcription of audio to text offline is up to Three times faster in Premiere Pro 22.2 in systems with Windows Intel Core i9 and Apple M1and 2 times faster in Windows with AMD 3950X and Intel i9 on MacBook Pro 15”. The feature allows editors to automatically generate custom captions and the ability to conveniently edit them.

Voice transcription is available in English (US and UK); Chinese (Traditional and Simplified); Spanish; German; French; Japanese; Portuguese; Korean, Italian; Russian and Hindi.

Remix in Premiere Pro

There was also the introduction of the remix at the Premiere Pro. The application allows the user to adapt a song to the time of the video, without the need to cut the track and reassemble the song or reduce the time and apply a fan of on the audio track, for example. The tool remix analyzes the patterns and dynamics of the songs and creates a new arrangement that matches the length of the video.


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