25th July 2014
Adobe has announced the release of the Premiere Pro CC 2014.0.1 Update. This version provides important fixes and enhancements to the editing experience, and is recommended for all users. A list of notable changes in this release appears below.
- A Codec column was added to the Project Panel.
- Sequence Timecode was added as a display option in the Monitor Overlays.
- Clip name and Timecode filters can now be set to reference and display information for clips on specified source tracks.
- 'Async' asserts could occur when exporting some file types.
- Incorrect angles could be shown when separate multicam clips were created with different sort order.
- Waveforms could be improperly drawn when nesting a multicam source sequence.
- Effects could fail to render within effect mask boundaries.
- Garbage could appear around the edge of a layer that had a blur video effect applied and a mask on Opacity.
- Masks could offset Gaussian Blur in CUDA mode.
- Attempting to move a column to the left of the Name column in the Project panel could break cell selection.
- Occasional instance where sequences could never finished rendering.
- Relinking to spanned MXF clips could be incorrect.
- UI responsiveness could reduce in large projects after relinking.
- Exporting merged clips could generate silent or missing audio.
- Importing sequences could sometimes fail.
- Incorrect timebases could be used on EDL export.
- Incorrect field display could occur when using Mercury Transmit with GPU acceleration.
- Audio presets were sometimes not working correctly if used with a different format container.
- Complex video assets could produce a blurry image every 1 second when encoded into H.264.
- Mask Expansion could not be rendered correctly during preview scrubbing on layers that were scaled to 50% or less.
- Applying a speed change to a multicam clip could cause the extended duration of the clip to play with no video.
- Merged clips that contain clips with sync offsets could display out of sync indicators when used in a sequence.
- Crashes could occur during export to QuickTime.
- Masking and Tracking: Brightness & Contrast could be incorrectly displayed in an Adjustment Layer.
- File import failures could occur when no assets were selected in the Locate Media dialog.
- Asserts and crashes could occur when exporting project to OMF.
- Crashes could occur when rendering audio with a locked submix track.
- Submixes could sometimes lose audio.
- Noise could be heard in submixes with empty tracks.
- Source monitor timecode and program monitor overlay could be off from one another in multicam sequences.
- Audio overlays for Multicam and nested sequences would only display as audio time units.
- 24p/50p XDCAM EX files were sometimes 1 frame short when smart rendered.
- MPEG2 TS files with 6 tracks of stereo audio could only play/show first stereo track when imported in to PPro.
- Playing IMX 50 clip could freeze video.
- Locking all Audio Tracks could cause the system to slow down dramatically.