A few hours ago Adobe has announced a number of significant new updates for some of your best Creative Cloud apps. We talk about Premiere Pro, After Effects, Fresco, Photoshop for the iPad, and more.
Above all they come for those related tools with video, illustration, drawing and photography. An idea day for Adobe and those who use its tools for professional and educational purposes. Go for it.
First we have Adobe Fresco and updated with multi-colored eye drops, tools for cropping vectors, a new special category of brushes compatible with those of Photoshop Mixer, improvements in the ruler tool and Integration with Adobe Capture with Shapes. The truth is that they have not been short with this app.
If we go to Photoshop on the iPad, there are two important improvements: Curves and pressure sensitivity of Apple Pencil. Curves is a significant feature of Photoshop on the PC and that now those who have an iPad will have in their hand. We will have all those color and tone values to improve and touch up our photos. Regarding the sensitivity, now you can adjust the pressure of the sensitivity to refine better when drawing.
Finally, regarding digital video and audio, we have ProRes RAW in Premiere Pro and After Effects, more streamlined graphics workflows in Premiere Pro, concentric-shaped and repeater strokes in After Effects, enhancements to Audio Triggers and timeline filtering in Character Animator, support for audio files in Creative Cloud libraries , ability to automatically resize projects to 4: 5 aspect ratio and rear camera switching in Premiere Rush.
We could go into much more detail about Premiere updates, but ultimately they are aimed at efficiency when producing with this program. It is very clear that Adobe continues to work hard to draw what will be the new decade in creative creation through all kinds of devices; in fact even in these days of confinement we have Adobe Spark for free.