Adobe has made their next major update for Premiere Pro available in a Beta version. The public can log into Adobe Creative Cloud to download and use the software prior to the official version being released.
Right off the cuff, there are some noticeable changes to the workflow, with some new nifty features available in the next version.
Adobe Premiere Pro now features a new workflow that is presented in three stages: Import > Edit > Export.
What you will realise when opening up Premiere Pro is that the "New Project" window remains virtually identical to the current version. But, when you create a new sequence, you'll immediately be presented with a new Import interface that allows you to import and access video files in a very similar fashion to what is offered in Adobe Lightroom.
Once you have created your new sequence, you will then move onto the "Edit" stage, which is where you will feel right at home. Your timeline, program, project and effect control windows will be exactly where you'd expect them to be.
Once your compilation and sequence are created you will then move over to the "Export" window where everything receives a new interface. Previously, you would have to select File > Export > Media in order to convert your sequence into a codec and playable movie file. Now the Export process has received an entire window where you will be able to choose whatever compression or Codec, frame rates and destination you wish.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel, Premiere Basics, on New Features In Adobe Premiere Pro 2021