Adobe announced a few product updates today at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas including updates to all of its video apps in the Adobe Creative Cloud suite including Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects. Among the standout new features are Live Text Templates, autosave, and Masking and Tracking features for Premiere Pro, as well as Master Keying effects and Typekit integration for After Effects:

  • Timesaving editorial features in Premiere Pro CC. New features include Live Text Templates that let users edit text in After Effects CC compositions directly in Premiere Pro CC; Autosave to Creative Cloud for automated backup of projects; and a new Masking and Tracking feature that provides accurate masks that follow subjects and blur out faces and logos, crucial for newsroom editing. In addition, the new Master Clip effect in Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade changes the effects applied to original clips and ripples down through all instances of the clip.
  • Powerful new updates to After Effects CC include Keying effects to provide better keying results with compressed footage; and Typekit integration with Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC provides users with access to a growing library of fonts worth $30,000, that can be used on the desktop.

Also getting an updated today is Adobe Anywhere, Adobe’s collaboration platform for After Effects CC and Premiere Pro CC. It adds real-time project backups, Rough Cut Support for Prelude CC, :After Effects CC media processing for direct integration between Anywhere and After Effects CC.”

In addition, Adobe showed off new features coming to the rest of its CC video apps. A full list of new features and more on what’s new and coming from Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Adobe SpeedGrade CC, Adobe Audition CC, Adobe Story CC Plus, Adobe Prelude CC, and Adobe Media Encoder CC is here.

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