Adobe adds that it has given priority to support for commonly used codecs, such as H.264, HEVC and ProRes. All in all, “the average publisher will see very little difference from the Intel version,” according to the company. If you need a feature that hasn’t been ported yet, you can continue to use the Intel version of Premiere Pro by emulating Rosetta 2.
Of course, it would not be a beta version without bugs, both large and small. If you have a MacBook Pro M1, you should avoid touching the toolbar on the touch bar, as it may lock Premiere Pro. Oh, and if your exports seem too high, don’t worry: it’s a well-known problem. You can install Premiere Pro beta for M1 Macs through Adobe Creative Cloud. You will find the software in the beta application category, which is on the left side of the interface.