Adobe updates Creative Cloud applications and launches Premiere Rush CC

In addition to announcing Photoshop for iPad coming in 2019, Adobe released today, during its annual MAX 2018 conference, updates to Creative Cloud for Mac and launched its new multiplatform all-in-one video editing software, Premiere Rush CC.

The company also shared two new projects, the Aero (which includes a new tool for building projects in RA) and the Gemini (for paintings and drawings on iPad). Both projects are due to arrive next year, along with Photoshop for iPad. Without further ado, let's look at this year's news!

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Creative cloud

Adobe has introduced some good news in the update announced today for its desktop applications, including new workflows and integration between more applications such as Animate CC, After Affects and Adobe XD. More specifically, the news were as follows:

  • Photoshop CC: new smart workspace (Content-Aware Fit) managed by Adobe Sensei, expanding the “Undo” and “Resize” features, new tool for creating placeholders for images (Frame) and a new home screen with tutorials.
  • Premiere Pro: New graphic animation workflows, the ability to open Premiere Rush projects, and a new tool for selective color grading.
  • Lightroom CC: resource People view for better table organization, search enhancements, new "Share" tab, and import manager from the Photos app from a Mac library to Lightroom.
  • Illustrator CC: Support for even more photorealistic image gradients; global editions, Adobe font integration, and new customizable tool folder.
  • InDesign CC: smart desktop and a new property panel that renames similar objects.
  • Dimension CC: New better performing rendering engine and workflow integration with Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Adobe XD: New voice prototyping features that let you define actions and interact with the user when they say a specific word or phrase.

Along with new features for Creative Cloud applications, Adobe is also updating its service. Adobe Stock with new search capabilities based on Adobe Sensei. In addition, the company is adding GoPro-made clips to Adobe's content market for photos, videos, templates, etc.

Premiere Rush CC

Premiere Rush CC

Launched last June, Premiere Rush CC is an entirely new video editing application designed to speed up workflows and provide seamless synchronization across multiple devices. The software also includes a tool for publishing on various social networks, such as YouTube and Instagram.

For those who are already using Premiere Pro, the new software will not represent a big change apart from the fact that Premiere Rush has some simpler tools. Overall, the app provides basically the same features, including Adobe Stock library access and templates. Motion graphics from Adobe.

Premiere Rush CC is available for free from the Adobe testing site, which can export up to three projects. After testing, the software can be purchased for $ 35 / ms or within any of the plans. premium from Adobe, which include the other Creative Cloud apps.

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Users of any Creative Cloud application will realize that Typekit is now called Adobe Fonts. With the change, all fonts are now available for web and desktop use of Adobe software.

In addition, Adobe introduced a new font package and allowed users to activate a free package for testing for 30 days. More packages are due to arrive in 2019. Check out all the news announced during this year's Adobe MAX on the company's page.

New Adobe software is available on the company's website for individual purchases. As for the plans premium, they cost from $ 175 / ms without Adobe Stock and $ 280 / ms with the company's content library. For students and teachers, Adobe offers an additional 60% off the subscription fee, which comes to $ 71 / ms.

via MacRumors