Wed. May 25th, 2022

Adobe has announced native support for the Apple M1 silicon, which hopefully means faster launch and render times for motion designers and video creators.

In the company’s published benchmarks, running After Effects on a high-end Mac M1 Ultra is now up to three times faster, and those using the video effects software on standard M1-powered devices, performance should increase to double the speed.

According to Adobe, the increased power allows motion designers to easily explore ideas and iterate on their compositions more quickly.

Adobe benchmarks for M1 support

(Image credit: Adobe)

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