The Arm versions of Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Rush for the Mac running the new Arm-based Apple M1 chip have already been verified by Adobe, enabling users to run the video editing program natively. The app is currently in the testing process and, according to an 8-bit article, is currently available for public beta testers.
Besides this, the company verified the list of identified bugs and missing app features. The company has also indicated that more features from the Intel version will be added in phases to the M1 version. Features such as basic components and key editing options such as graphs, color, productions, Multicam, etc. are included in the latest public beta.
H.264 & H.265 in MP4, MOV, or MXF, AVC Intra, XAVC-I & XAVC-L in MXF, ProRes in MOV or MXF, JPG, PNG, GIF, WebP, HEIF/HEIC, AAC, WAV, and M4A are all supported codecs on the Apple M1 chip. Third-party integrations from the latest release version would also have to be modified for Apple Silicon manually.
Here’s a list of documented beta release issues:
It can cause a crash by tapping the tool selector on the Touch Bar (MacBook Pro).
When set to Chinese localization, Premiere Pro may crash upon launch.
The collaborators of Team Projects may appear offline.
In the Program Monitor, dragging markers in the Timeline or Program Monitor will cause a flicker.
The calculated file size may be inaccurate by an order of magnitude when exporting.
As well as certain extraneous presets, the Project Manager has an incomplete collection of presets.
Using Lumetri color controls while the Multi-Camera view is set to Software or Source Monitor will cause the application to hang.