Adobe has updated its professional video editing software After Effects with Native M1 support, and Apple offers customers 3 times faster render speed on the latest Mac compared to high-end Macs with Intel processors.

On M1 computers, Adobe guarantees 2x faster performance on rendering and general apps responsiveness. On M1 Ultra, Apple’s high-end chip found in Mac Studio, Adobe claims to be 3 times faster than After Effects video editors. Using all the cores available in Apple Silicon, Adobe is a particular way of enhancing After Effects to deliver a 4 times faster playback experience than the high-end iMac Pro with a 10-core Intel Zion processor.


A new version of After Effects will be released to users in the coming days. Sean Edit Detection for Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro, AI-powered Auto Color and many new features announced.

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