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Premiere Pro‘s Scene Edit Detection feature has officially moved out of beta along with other new updates including HDR for broadcasters and improved performance across Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition.
Scene Edit Detection uses Adobe Sensei technology to find the cuts in previously edited video. This can be a handy tool if you don’t have access to the original project. Upon import, the feature will add markers to each cut so that editors can adjust the or apply new effects before rendering.
Adobe has also added HDR for broadcasters allowing users to create programming in Rec.2100 HLG HDR. According to Adobe, the available tools include an automatic color conversion, HDR scopes, color space overrides to update metadata and full color management for Apple ProRes and Sony XAVC Intra formats.