3.7.1 running inside the Premiere Pro panel.

Introducing 3.7.1: Redesigned Adobe Extensions and So Much More

The Adobe Premiere Pro extension has been a pillar of workflows since we first rolled it out five short years ago, and it’s always a top priority for us to keep improving the experience for our many Adobe users.

That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that 3.7.1 brings you completely redesigned Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects extensions. Designed to mirror the look and feel of the web app, you’ll now enjoy a freshly updated experience. And there’s also a lot more in 3.7.1 to make everyone’s workflow faster, smoother, and more efficient.

Less clicking, more creating

We’ve heard that some of you were working in the web app rather than directly in the extensions, so we’ve given them a facelift.

Now you don’t have to wonder whether what you’re doing in the web app is carrying into the extensions—or vice versa. It all looks, feels, and works the same.

First, we’ve relocated the navigation controls from the bottom of the screen to the top to give you a larger and clearer view of your assets. At the top left of your screen we’ve added a dropdown menu that lets you toggle between projects and teams, and we’ve also made it simpler to keep track of your project location with our updated breadcrumbs. If you need to add a new folder, there’s a handy New button to create folders with a quick click.

We’ve moved the Download button so you can more easily import your media into your Premiere Pro project—whether from your desktop or using Camera to Cloud proxies. You can also manage all of your Collaborators right from within the panel, and the improved upload functionality makes it faster to get your active sequences into, so sharing with your team is easier than ever.

The new Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects extensions are free for all users and are available now in the Creative Cloud marketplace.

Dozens of enhancements

We’ve also taken some of your most-requested features into account and packaged them into v3.7.1.

Resizable navigation panel

Many of you wanted the option to see more project and folder information as you navigate through your account. Well, you can now drag the navigation panel with your mouse to make more space for navigating folders or viewing assets.

Move up one folder

We’ve also made it easier to move files up one folder so you can quickly move multiple files with fewer clicks—a popular feature request we were happy to oblige. Now, you have the option of immediately moving file(s) up one folder through the contextual menu, instead of navigating through large projects with the “Move To” tool.

Upload from Google drive on iOS

For those of you who frequently use the iOS app, we’re happy to share that you can upload directly from Google Drive when you’re connected through the Files app, which lets you use multiple cloud accounts when you’re working in on your iPhone or iPad.

There are dozens more performance and stability enhancements in 3.7.1, from commenting to uploading and sharing on our web app, in iOS, and in our Transfer app. We hope you’ll enjoy the improved experience and, as always, look forward to hearing your feedback and suggestions!

Emery Wells

Emery Wells is the Co-Founder & VP, Digital Products,