Adobe has finally released Apple M1 native support for Premiere Pro

Thousands of people have been waiting for this and now, it’s finally here!

Premiere Pro is now ready for everyone that is using an M1 Mac.

The support for Apple’s M1 chips will be rolling out today. The beta version of the App was launched in December of last year.

Adobe says that users can expect a lot out of the application.

They said that the speed will be increasing from 50 percent to 77 percent in editing.

27 percent is a lot, considering that it’s Premiere Pro.

In November of last year, Apple released the first M1 chips. Initially, they were slow because not many applications were designed to run side to side with a new processor, but after some time, the updates started to come in and people were left speechless.

People who used to face issues with the same MacBook with the intel processors were quick to point out that loading speeds were extremely better with the newer ones and everything was much stable.

Creative Cloud Applications from Adobe such as Premiere Pro will be running 80 percent faster on an M1 Mac when it is compared to an identical Intel-based Mac, said Adobe.

That’s not even the best part.

Adobe said that they will be extending the native support for Apple Silicon to their After Effects application with a public beta later this year.

Illustrator, Lightroom, and InDesign are also running natively on M1 Macs.

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