|Application:||Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 v11.1.2|
|System Requirements:||Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit).|
A new update for Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 has been released 14th July 2017 and it brings important bug fixes and performance improvements. Adobe recommends all its users to install this update because it’s the most significant update. It also brings support for 10-bit files filmed with the Panasonic GH5, which was a widely discussed topic in the past few months.
Adobe Premiere is an advanced software used for video editing, graphic designing and web development processes. It is being used widely by professionals as well as by students engaged in this field. It includes a lot of tools and options. It is a highly professional video suite that helps you create high level projects. It uses latest GPU technology for enhancing the speed of software while making movies. The actual size of software is only 2 GB but the downloading of software usually takes longer time.
The new Premiere Pro CC 2017 11.1.2 update brings new media cache management features, which change how Premiere Pro cache folders are handled. In the previous version 11.1.1, cache management preferences could only be applied to files within the Media Cache folder structure. Version 11.1.2 only applies the preference to media cache files of a known type, like *.pek, *.ims and *.cfa. Only those files will be deleted according to the cache management preference.
The reason why this is a Critical Update involves a feature introduced in 11.1 called: Media Cache Management. This feature has already been updated in version 11.1.1 but needed another update. Version 11.1.1 restricted cache management preference to be applied to files within the Media Cache folder structure. Now with version 11.1.2 will only apply the preference to media cache files of a known file type (such as *.pek, *.ims and *.cfa). Only those files will be deleted according to the cache management preference. The folders they are in will remain on the system. Additionally, the Media Cache management will be off by default.