DO YOUR BEST WORK, FASTER, WITH REAL-TIME
The GPU-accelerated Adobe Mercury Playback Engine, co-developed by Adobe and NVIDIA, leverages NVIDIA GPUs and the NVIDIA® CUDA® Parallel Computing Platform to deliver interactive, real-time editing and up to 23x¹ faster performance on final rendered exports.
KEY NVIDIA GPU-ACCELERATED features in ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CC
Unsightly jump-cuts in talking head interview footage can now be automatically smoothed out with the new Morph Cut feature, which uses face tracking, frame interpolation, and GPU performance to create seamless transitions that previously would have seemed impossible.
4K Breakthrough: GPU Debayering for Fast RED Media Playback
NVIDIA GPU-enhanced real-time RED Camera media 4K playback for accelerating debayering. This new speed breakthrough eliminates the need for editors to purchase a dedicated RED ROCKET card, reducing cost and system-configuration issues.
Lumetri Deep Color Engine
NVIDIA GPUs provide unmatched responsiveness and a simplified workflow for the integrated Lumetri Deep Color Engine that allows SpeedGrade color correction and even your own SpeedGrade "Looks" to be easily accessed directly within Premiere Pro CC. And now, thanks to a new color workspace for the Lumetri Color Panel, editors can manipulate color and light at any point in the editing process without leaving the application.
Demo: Boost performance on Lumetri Deep Color Engine (00:38)
CUDA performance optimizations for NVIDIA-accelerated Macs, providing up to 40% faster Premiere Pro CC performance vs out-of-the box configuration. Simply upgrade to the NVIDIA CUDA driver, and get speed for free.
Adobe Anywhere Integration
GPU-accelerated Premiere Pro CC is integrated into Adobe Anywhere, allowing video editors, visual effects artists, and other creative pros to work together seamlessly using centralized media and assets across virtually any network. Learn more.
¹ Compared with dual Intel Xeon E5 2687W 3.10GHz CPUs (16 total cores)
*Quadro Performance Driver available for download now. Final performance will depend on system configuration, content, and user workflow.