What’s new in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017:
Collaborating using Team Projects
This release introduces Team Projects, a hosted service for CC enterprise users that lets editors and motion graphics artists work collaboratively in projects within Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Prelude CC. This service adds deep collaboration features such as version history and smart conflict resolution. Post-production professionals can share their edits and get the latest changes from collaborators, allowing concurrent changes to happen on a single project – which is powerful for workflows where visual effects and motion graphics are being done in After Effects at the same time while the project is being refined in Premiere Pro.
New VR support
Introduced earlier in 2016, the VR workflow in Premiere Pro now offers more improvements. You can work with stitched equirectangular video to show field-of-view, enabling you to replicate viewing experiences while you edit your content. New VR support expands on the powerful virtual-reality features that are part of Premiere Pro.
Visual keyboard shortcut mapping
Take the guesswork out of keyboard-driven editing and work faster with new visual keyboard shortcut mapping. Learn commonly used shortcuts with the default shortcuts map, or customize your own keyboard optimized for the way you want to work.
Enhanced open captions
Expand your audience with captions and subtitles, whether to enliven silent auto play video previews on Facebook, generate versions for different languages, or improve accessibility for hearing impaired viewers with closed captions. Easily create, fine-tune, and version captions, including tasks like text manipulation and altering duration and location right in the timeline.
Refined Lumetri color tools
The color toolset in Premiere Pro is ever-expanding, allowing editors to work deeply with color. Expand your creativity with enhancements to the Lumetri Color tool set. New color pickers allow you to make immediate, intuitive selections directly on the video itself when working with HSL secondaries and white balance. Premiere Pro now delivers the best HDR viewing experience for your audience with support for HDR10 metadata workflows, enabling editing of HDR10 and output for new HDR-enabled TVs and displays.