Here are some of the new features that will be available in Creative Cloud video applications by the end of the year.
Adobe Media Encoder will be able to encode and upload directly to Facebook and get a link back.
There are some new Lumetri Color tools in Premiere and After Effects for working with HDR video. Basically you can control specular-highlight clipping, and the waveform scope now displays up to 10,000 IRE, an essential increase from the outmoded 100 IRE.
GPU-accelerated Optical Flow interpolation will theoretically provide higher quality results when producing slow-motion video from standard frame-rate footage.
Adobe promises easier trackpad- and touchscreen-based editing with support for multitouch and a more finger-friendly interface. For instance, when you touch the media in the bin a scrubber interface pops up, and when dragging and dropping you get more placement feedback.
Audition gets the ability to target audio to a particular duration with content-aware algorithms that use beat detection and source separation to intelligently rearrange the audio.
Match Volume has been reworked to the more findable Match Loudness, and Adobe has added a few more standards -- EBU R128, ATSC A/85 and ITU BS.1770-3, updated from 1770-2.
To figure out how long a voiceover will be or needs to be for a video, you can generate a placeholder voiceover track in different timbres and languages, then replace it with the real track later in the production process.
The preview announced in April is up to its third iteration; this go-round it gets multitouch support for animating two parts simultaneously and support for French, German and Japanese.
You'll be able to add extra head positions to a character in order to support a head-turning motion.