Remix and Updated Speech to Text Highlight Premiere Pro 22.2

A new version of Adobe Premiere Pro is here and ready for download.

New features in Premiere Pro 22.2 are designed to dramatically accelerate key workflows in your editing process. Additions and updates include Remix, an Adobe Sensei AI feature and updated Speech to Text.

Source: Adobe Video & Motion

Remix Adds Adobe Audition Technology to Premiere Pro

Editing music to match your videos is tedious and time-consuming. With Remix, you can avoid the painstaking razor cuts and cross fades.

To use Remix, first apply the tool to sections of audio. Next, Remix will analyze the patterns and dynamics in the songs to create new arrangements that match the duration you need for your clip. You can then use the Customize sliders to try out different mixes.

Remix is powered by Adobe Sensei, an AI technology that has rave reviews from Adobe Audition users.

Adobe Premiere Pro 22.2 has updated Speech to Text Functionality
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Use Speech to Text While Offline

You can now leverage the power of Speech to Text – even when you don’t have an internet connection.

The Speech to Text update improves transcription time up to 2x faster in general and up to 3x faster on Intel Core i9 and Apple M1 systems.

Speech to Text currently supports 13 languages. The English language pack comes standard on installation. you can add other languages individually, as needed.

Additional Updates

As always, this update improves some general performance features and resolves other bugs that may be occurring in the program.

The update also provides updates to users working with HDR content. Premiere Pro 22.2 offers 10-bit 4:2:0 HDR HEVC H/W encoding on Window with Intel and NVIDIA graphics. This should greatly speed up exports and provide a significant difference between version 22.1.1 and version 22.2.

Users will also experience an accelerated GPU when using the Linear Wipe and Block Dissolve effects. Overall acceleration improves playback and exports.

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