Real-time video production in HD, 4K and beyond with Adobe Premiere® Pro CC
Now powered by AMD FirePro™ and OpenCL™ technology
With Adobe Premiere® Pro CC supporting OpenCL™ for Microsoft Windows® OS-based workstations, there's no need to buy hardware based on proprietary technology any more. Harness the power of AMD GPU acceleration to help speed up more than 40 effects in Premiere Pro CC. That means less time sitting around waiting and watching the rendering progress bar. Apply color corrections and effects to multiple layers of DV, HD or 4K video and gain feedback on the fly.
Breakthrough video editing performance with Open Standards
As 4K footage captured on devices like RED'S EPIC and SCARLET cameras quickly becomes standard for professional jobs - and even consumer-grade DSLRs like Canon's EOS Rebel T3 can shoot good-quality HD footage - editors need powerful software to cope with all of that data.
Adobe Premiere Pro's Mercury Playback Engine is designed for just such demanding modern editing jobs. By harnessing the power of the GPU alongside that of the latest multi-core CPUs, you can edit footage seamlessly at full resolution, or apply effects on the fly and see the results in real time.
Always work in real time, at full resolution
Thanks to the power of the latest generation of AMD GPUs, you can now work on high-definition footage in real time, even on a mobile system. You can play back DSLR or AVCHD video clips at full resolution on the timeline, scrub through footage in the Project bin, or use real-time dynamic trimming – all without stuttering, or having to drop to half resolution.
Make adjustments on the fly and see results in real time
Premiere Pro CC's support for OpenCL harnesses the power of your AMD FirePro graphics resource, enabling you to change the brightness or contrast of footage in real time. Just drag a Brightness & Contrast, Luma Corrector or Luma Curve effect onto a clip in the timeline and see the results of your adjustments on the fly, without shake or dropped frames – or worse, having to drop to a lower resolution and render to check the results of your work.
Lumetri deep color engine
When you need to match footage shot on different cameras, it only takes a single click to set the White Balance, and the software takes care of the rest. GPU accelerated via OpenCL, the new Lumetri color panel allows editors to work with deeply integrated creative tools to manipulate color and light in new and innovative ways, all the way through the editing process, without leaving Premiere Pro.
Work in real time on full-resolution 4K footage and beyond
Thanks to its support for OpenCL, Premiere Pro CC makes it possible to harness the power of your AMD GPU to play back clips on the timeline in real time – even in 4K and beyond. The latest AMD FirePro W-series professional graphics cards are ideal for such demanding production jobs. With up to 6 GB of dedicated graphics memory, industry-leading memory bandwidth and PCI Express 3.0, the top-of-the-range AMD FirePro cards help you to scrub through RED or ARRIRAW footage without stuttering or needing to drop to lower resolution.
Make adjustments on the fly - even with the most demanding effects
The AMD FirePro W-Series graphics cards accelerate your high-end video workflow more efficiently than ever before, even when working with the most demanding algorithms. With the new Graphics Core Next (GCN) GPU architecture, the AMD FirePro W7100, W8100 and W9100 graphics cards make it possible to apply processor-intensive effects such as the Three-Way Color Corrector or the Ultra Key chroma keyer on the fly.
Thanks to the power of AMD GPUs and OpenCL, it even becomes possible to apply multiple effects, Adjustment Layers and vignette masks to footage and see the results in real time.
Apply 3D effects without having to re-render
When running on the CPU, Premiere Pro uses lower-quality algorithms for scaling footage, only switching to its highest-quality algorithms at render time. With GPU acceleration enabled, those advanced algorithms are already on.
With AMD's FirePro W-series graphics cards, you can apply overlays, titles or lower thirds seamlessly: all without having to work with lower-resolution proxies, or re-render to check the results.