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Adobe adds new AI and 3D innovations to its video and audio applications

All the new features are available now in beta and are planned to be generally available later in the autumn, said the company

Adobe has announced a number of beta releases across Premiere Pro, After Effects and

The company said its Adobe Creative Cloud video team spoke to more than 1,000 professional editors to solicit feedback – much of which has been incorporated into the releases.

Premiere Pro has added AI-powered features including Enhance Speech for quicker dialogue cleanup, filler word detection and removal in Text-Based Editing, and improved Auto Tone Mapping for more consistent colour output.

In After Effects, Adobe has added next-generation AI rotoscoping to streamline workflows by removing objects faster and more accurately while a new, true 3D workspace integrates 3D models for VFX composites and motion graphics.

Adobe has also released new features for and announced partnerships designed to help teams customise their workflows to accommodate what it describes as the ever-increasing demand for new content across every segment of the industry.

Supported on over 200+ camera systems through a network of integrations, Adobe’s Camera to Cloud  has added a number of solutions for connecting a production to the cloud, including five new Camera to Cloud connections for and Creative Cloud customers.

Atomos has two new Camera to Cloud compatible devices, the new Ninja and Ninja Ultra. When paired with an Atomos CONNECT module, video teams can capture and automatically upload high-quality 10bit 4K H.265 assets to after each take, said Adobe. The Ninja Ultra also unlocks duel-record ProRes RAW and HD proxy C2C capabilities for more advanced online/offline workflows.

Fujifilm’s new large-format mirrorless GFX-100ii, allows photography and video teams to capture and upload 102MP RAW photos and up to 10bit 8K video clips remotely to on a 55mm CMOS II HS sensor (11648 x 8736 pixel). The FUJIFILM GFX-100ii boasts a native integration, requiring no additional hardware for creators to leverage C2C on their next production, said Adobe.

All features are available now in beta and are planned to be generally available later in the autumn, said the company.