Adobe has released a critical update (11.1.2) for Premiere Pro that contains important bug fixes and performance enhancements. This update is highly recommended for all users. There is also an update for AE that adds faster motion graphics templates and Illustrator file import.
Premiere Pro 11.1.2 – Critical Update, Highly Recommended
The 11.1.2 update contains important bug fixes as well as performance improvements. It also adds support for the 10 bit formats of the Panasonic GH-5. This is a critical update which is highly recommended for all users.
You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Creative Cloud application by choosing Help > Updates…
New Media Cache Management
The most important change with 11.1.2 is addressing issues introduced with the Media Cache management feature (added in 11.1 and already updated with 11.1.1). While 11.1.1 restricted cache management preference to be applied to files within the Media Cache folder structure, 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.
After Effects 14.2.1 – Faster Motion Graphics templates and Illustrator file import
This update, version 14.2.1, includes significant performance enhancements as well as bug fixes, and is recommended for all users.
Motion Graphics templates now render up to 4x faster, and Adobe Illustrator and PDF file import are much faster as well, especially for complex vector graphics. 14.2.1 also fixes several key issues, including “2 or more frames to play back” memory errors, Camera-Shake Deblur effect rendering above 8bpc, and copy-paste of Premiere Pro graphics objects into After Effects.
You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Creative Cloud application by choosing Help > Updates.