Updates after The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro was published

Cover, The Cool Stuff in Premier Pro, 2107 edition

A book on constantly developing software will soon become obsolete. To extend the life of the 2017 version of the book, we’ll add info about notable new features and workflows in future updates of Premiere here.

2019 and newer versions (13.1x and up)

Adobe now have some great info about new features, known issues, and fixed issues on their support pages. On these pages you’ll find links to changes, known issues and bug fixes in both the newest and the previous versions.

What’s new in Premiere Pro

Fixed issues in Premiere Pro

Known issues in Premiere Pro



October 2018:
Premiere Pro 2019 update

Adobe released the 2019 version (version 13) in October 2018.

Dave Helmly did a good walk-through in his video “What’s New in Premiere Pro CC2019 (v13.0)”

Patrick Palmer, Senior Product Manager for Video Editing at Adobe, wrote an article about the new features on the Adobe blog. https://theblog.adobe.com/premiere-pro-13-0-released-today/

Adobe also released some info about the update during the IBC convention in September.

Sean Schools (Premiere Bro) has listed his 10 favorite small improvements in the 2019 update.


April 2018:
Premiere Pro 2018.1 update

Adobe released the 2018.1 version of Premiere in April 2018, and there are lots of new features as usual. Here are a few links that cover these features.

Adobe released a few videos before the NAB show. These will give you a quick overview of the newest features.

Patrick Palmer, Senior Product Manager for Video Editing at Adobe, wrote an article about the new features on the Adobe blog.


October 2017:
Premiere Pro 2018 update

Adobe released the 2018 version of Premiere in October 2017, and of course there are lots of new features. Here are a few links that cover these features.

Patrick Palmer, Senior Product Manager for Video Editing at Adobe, has an overview on Adobe’s own blog.

Adobe also posted an overview in their online help:

Adobe also shared a few short videos on their “Reveal” blog before the release.

Josh Weiss at Retooled.net shows the new features (not VR), and has a good walkthrough of the new features in the Essential Graphics panel, like Pinning, Intro/Outro durations, Font preview and Rolling. He also covers multiple projects workflow and shared projects.


Richard Harrington has a series of videos at LinkedIn Learning that covers most of the new features, and shows the new VR workflow.

Adobe evangelist Jason Levine has of course made a video on the new features too.

Co-author Dylan Osborn Made a very good video tutorial on the new Shared Projects feature.

Chris Bobotis from Adobe has released an overview of the Mettle Skybox plug-ins that were acquired by Adobe, and what names they have in the new version. Click the image for a larger version.