Adobe released After Effects CC 2017.2 and Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 today. Read all about the new features.

After Effects CC (2017.2)

Essential Graphics panel

Quickly access frequently-changed parameters and retain stylistic control of your compositions by packaging them as Motion Graphics templates in this new panel. Editors can change variables like text and color without changing the overall aesthetic, and your team can share templates via Creative Cloud Libraries.
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Camera Shake Deblur

Rescue unusable footage by removing camera-shake artifacts such as motion blur.

Lumetri Scopes panel

Evaluate and accurately color-correct your compositions using Lumetri video scopes, which include Vectorscope, Histogram, Parade, and Waveform.

GPU-accelerated effects and performance

Render Fast Box Blur and other effects more quickly for instant feedback on your creative choices, and get faster performance across the app.

Simplified effects organization

Effects that reference layers now include source masks and effects.

Support for high frame-rate footage

After Effects offers native support for footage with frame rates higher than 99fps.

Dynamic Link for Team Projects

Iterate faster using Dynamic Link in Team Projects and save Team Projects compositions back to After Effects.
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Expanded text support

After Effects now supports Indian language scripts and others that read from right to left, such as Arabic and Hebrew.

And so much more

Also includes: The ability to expand mask feathering for higher-resolution footage, assign color labels to composition and layer markers, and more.
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Premiere Pro CC (2017.1)

Essential Graphics panel

Find all the controls you need to edit the titles, shapes, and Motion Graphics templates you create in Premiere Pro and After Effects. Plus, easily rearrange and adjust shape, text, and clip layers.
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Type tool

Create titles from scratch right inside your Program Monitor using a Type tool that's similar to the ones in Photoshop and After Effects.

Motion Graphics templates

After Effects compositions can now be packaged as Motion Graphics templates, shared via Creative Cloud Libraries, and opened in Premiere Pro. You can then change variables like text, color, size, layout, or mood without changing the overall aesthetic, and you can also create your own templates with text, shape, and clip layers.
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Essential Sound panel

Now editors can get professional-quality sound, no expertise required. The Essential Sound panel gives you optimal audio parameters when you designate a clip as music, effects, dialogue, or ambiance.
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Publish to Adobe Stock

Earn best-in-class royalties on your videos by contributing to Adobe Stock through a Destination Publish workflow inside Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder.
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Improved integration with Audition

Favorite Audition effects like Surround Reverb, Mastering, and Stereo Expander are now available in Premiere Pro. Send keyframes, audio effects, and settings from the Premiere Pro Essential Sound panel to Audition without rendering, and get full compatibility between the panels in the two apps. 

Virtual reality workflow enhancements

Output ambisonic audio for VR-enabled platforms such as YouTube and Facebook. 

Next-generation hardware support

Premiere Pro now offers native support for Microsoft Surface Dial as well as native support and customization for the MacBook Pro Touch bar.

Dynamic Link for Team Projects

Team Projects now supports Dynamic Link between Premiere Pro and After Effects so you can skip intermediate rendering and iterate faster.
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More native formats support

New support for high dynamic range includes HLG (Hybrid LOG Gamma).

And so much more

Also includes: Enhanced 4K 60p performance, improved support for Apple Metal, video preview of Stock footage within the Libraries panel, and more.
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