Adobe and Dell have each just made major announcements to support creators.
With the new Premiere Pro 14.2, video creators now gain massive time-savings with GPU-accelerated encoding. Adobe and NVIDIA have optimized Premiere Pro for the built-in NVIDIA hardware encoder (NVENC) on NVIDIA Quadro and GeForce GPUs. Editors can now export high-resolution videos up to 5x faster than with CPU alone by using the popular H.264 or H.265 / HEVC codecs.
Dell announced it has re-engineered its Precision workstation portfolio. These RTX Studio mobile workstations bring the total to 78 systems since NVIDIA Studio’s inception last year. They’re designed to handle demanding workloads like 8K editing, 3D rendering, data analysis and CAD modelling. The Precision 5750 and 7000 series mobile workstations are ISV certified and feature Quadro RTX graphics.
And because these are RTX Studio laptops, they qualify for a free three-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud – for both new and existing Adobe users!
This follows another recent announcement from Dell (XPS 15), as well as news from HP (ENVY 15, available starting later this month, plus the Zbook Studio and Zbook Create coming later this year) and Microsoft (Surface Book 3 available starting Thursday, and it’s expected to ship in Australia and Japan on June 5).