Items tagged with Creative Cloud

Adobe is one of the biggest names in software for creating and editing photos and video. The company's Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Premiere Photo, and Lightroom are the apps that most people are familiar with. However, users of older versions of Adobe Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, are being told to stop using these out-of-date versions or they could face infringement claims from third-party companies. Adobe hasn't named the third party company, but word on the street is that Dolby has brought the infringement claims against Adobe CC. Adobe has stated that ongoing litigation is the reason it is warning users to stop using certain versions of its apps. Adobe said in a... Read more...
Adobe acknowledged that it muffed an update to its Creative Cloud Desktop application last week, one that caused it to delete files on a "small number" of Mac systems. Once it became aware of the issue, Adobe pulled the plug on the update and has since made another one available for both Mac and Windows systems (there's no indication that the issue affects Windows PCs). "In a small number of cases, the updater may incorrectly remove some files from the system root directory with user writeable permissions. We have removed the update from distribution, and are in the process of deploying a new update which addresses the issue. When prompted for the update, Creative Cloud members should install... Read more...
Anyone who picked up the $9.99-per-month offer Adobe has been running for a subscription to its Photoshop and Lightroom software is about to enjoy one of its biggest benefits. Adobe just released Lightroom CC 2015 and mobile apps. Subscribers will be able to upgrade from Lightroom 5.7 to the new 2015 version by simply downloading the update. Say what you will about the software subscription model – having the latest software ready for you the minute it releases is pretty slick.As you’d expect from a new version, Lightroom Creative Cloud (CC) 2015 has some new capabilities. One of them is facial recognition, which has been around for a long time in apps like Google Picasa. Facial recognition goes... Read more...
Adobe is setting its sights on paper documents with its new Document Cloud. The service is meant to be an online hub for storing and sharing forms and other documents that are ordinarily filled out and signed by hand in many workplaces. Not surprisingly, the core of Document Cloud’s capabilities comes from Acrobat, known in this version as Acrobat DC. “People and businesses are stuck in document-based processes that are slow, wasteful, and fragmented,” said Bryan Lamkin, senior vice president of Technology and Corporate Development at Adobe in a statement. “While most forms of content have successfully made the move to digital (books, movies, music), documents and the process of working with... Read more...
If you’ve been enjoying the free beta of Photoshop Lightroom 5, the time has come to pony up. Adobe ended the beta and put Lightroom 5 on sale officially today. Lightroom is one of those programs that appeals to amateur and pro photographers alike: it’s a powerful photo-editing and workflow tool. And the new version has tons of features that make Lightroom 4 look like old news. A feature that’s sure to get a lot of attention is the Advanced Healing Brush, which lets you remove distracting objects from your photos. You can using it to brush away little objects, like dust, or you can make an entire person seem to disappear. Check out the video below to see what we’re talking... Read more...
Adobe has delivered a number of announcements at its MAX 2011 conference, including partnerships, acquisitions, and new products. Arguably the most compelling of the bunch is the company’s new Creative Cloud, which is essentially hosted versions of many of its most popular content creation software, including Photoshop, InDesign, and Dreamweaver. Users will also get 20GB of storage of online storage and access to services including help with interactive publishing on tablets, elements of Adobe Business Catalyst, design services, and more. Adobe will also be building some community aspects into Creative Cloud so users can view and share each others’ work and collaborate on discussions... Read more...