Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 – Quick Export & 4x Faster Rendering with AMD APU

Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 - Quick Export & 4x Faster Rendering with AMD APU

Adobe just launched its latest Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 version that includes a couple of improvements like a new Quick Export button, media replacement in Motion Graphics templates, and claims up to four times faster rendering and smoother playback for 4K sequences for users that have an AMD APU. Let’s take a closer look.

The previous Adobe Premiere Pro version 14.5 was released a month ago, and it looks like the team at Adobe is working hard to improve its software and add new features. With the recent release of DaVinci Resolve 17, it looks like the companies’ software developers are in a new-found competition with each other to add new features to their NLEs.

Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 – What’s New

Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 is not a groundbreaking update, but there are a couple of much welcomed improvements, including:

  • Quick Export allows you to export your sequence with the push of a button. You’ll have the choice between various export presets without having to do the traditional File-Export/Control-M procedure to export your sequence.
  • Optimizations for AMD APUs provide up to four times faster rendering and smoother playback for 4K sequences thanks to improved memory usage. This one is big for Mac users/Windows editors with an AMD GPU.

And that’s basically it. If you want to try new features and feel adventurous, you can download the next Premiere Pro/After Effects Public Beta that includes new features.

After Effects and Premiere Pro Public Beta

The Public Beta includes a new Media Replacement in Motion Graphics templates for motion designers creating Premiere Pro MOGRTs templates inside After Effects. With the new Media Replacement functionality, you’ll be able to swap out media in the template inside Premiere Pro.

“Content-Aware Fill in After Effects will be better and faster by recognizing and adjusting for changes in lighting more accurately when removing objects from a scene. Also, output file sizes are greatly reduced, taking up less hard drive space.”

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If you want to learn more about it, please visit Adobe’s website here.

What do you think about this new Adobe Premiere Pro 14.6 update? Did you have issues with the previous versions? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!

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Ian Taylor
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11 days ago

Is this just to help mid level computer sales during the Holidays?

“On the reference designs, the 2070 Super beats the 5700 XT in terms of cooling and noise. AMD’s dated blower-style cooler is no match for the 2070 Super’s dual-fan setup. However, when it comes to third-party options, there’s a little more to the story.” -digitaltrends.com

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11 days ago

I wonder if we will ever see faster export rendering in Premiere or Media Encoder. It still boggles my mind how much faster Final Cut Pro and Compressor are with the same settings. We missed embargo deadlines before with Adobe’s solution because their exports are so incredibly slow in comparison.

Ian Taylor
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11 days ago
Reply to  Nino Leitner

I used to ask questions like this until I started researching the complexity of the code vs the output.

Steve Oakley
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4 days ago
Reply to  Nino Leitner

try resolve. 4K->1080 h.264 output depending on grades runs 40-75fps on 24p TL :) even 4K output is fast, usually closer to about realtime or slightly faster on iMac 2019 i9 + eGPU 5700XT

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