IBC 2015: Adobe Creative Cloud has expanded its support for Ultra HD with new features including the ability to work with UltraHD, 4K and 8K media and high dynamic range files.
Premiere Pro will now support for Ultra HD and HDR formats with the inclusion of DNxHR, HEVC (H.265), and OpenEXR, as well as the Lumetri Color panel for colour correction to help users ensure colour fidelity between across Creative Cloud assets.
After Effects (pictured) updates will include improvements to default preview behaviours and additional customisation options for previews, multi-touch gestures and stacked panels.
Updates also include new importers for HEVC (H.265), DNxHR, and Dolby Vision PQ codecs and formats, scripting access to text baseline, streamlined workflow for using assets from CC Libraries, automatic replacement of watermarked assets with licenced assets when using Adobe Stock, new Cycore effects and an updated OptiX library for ray-traced 3D renderer.
Adobe’s Media Encoder has been updated with destination publishing to Facebook, expanded support for UHD formats, improved image sequence workflows, and Automatic Loudness correction.
The new release also includes MXF channelisation, IRT compliance, IMX audio options to create PCM encoded audio and 16 channel export, a new HDR to SDR conversion filter, new time interpolation settings, and a new video limiter in the effects tab.
The update also features a touch environment for Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Character Animator on Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablets or Apple track pad devices.