Adobe introducing Premiere Rush, an intuitive cross-platform video app for social video

Capture, edit, and share online videos faster and easier from your mobile device or desktop

At the Max 2018 conference, Adobe unveiled Premiere Rush as part of Creative Cloud, an all-in-one, easy-to-use video editing app for social media creators, simplifying video creation and sharing on platforms including YouTube and Instagram.

Adobe Premiere Rush

Premiere Rush offers the ease of editing and sharing online videos, extending workflows beyond the desktop.

It works seamlessly with Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC and offers built-in access to professionally designed Motion Graphics templates, as well as professional color and sound editing. The Rush mobile app includes all the same features as the desktop version of Rush.

Premiere Rush CC is available as the iOS app for $9.99/month (Android version coming in 2019), and also included as part of All Apps, Student and Premiere Pro CC single app plans and comes with 100 GB of CC storage. Additional storage options, up to 10 TB, are also available for purchase. Plus, Adobe offers Starter Plan for free, giving access to all Premiere Rush CC features, use of desktop and mobile apps and the ability to create an unlimited number of projects, but limited to export up to three projects.

Moreover, the latest update for Adobe Premiere Pro CC (ver. 13.0) is now available as the Creative Cloud desktop application, offering improved performance, new selective color grading, polished motion graphics workflows, intelligent audio cleanup, end-to-end support for VR 180, and more.

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Adobe previewed Project Gemini, a new iPad app for drawing and painting

Adobe’s next-generation drawing and painting app, Project Gemini, coming for iPad next year

At Adobe Max 2018 keynote, Adobe has just unveiled Project Gemini, a new mobile painting and drawing app for pen and touch devices. It will come first to iPad in 2019, followed by Windows 10 and Android.

Project Gemini focused on accelerating drawing and painting workflows across devices, combines raster and vector content, featuring new dynamic brushes such as Live brushes that mimic natural media like oil paint and watercolors in amazingly lifelike ways.
This app enables users to use and sync Photoshop’s powerful brush engine and works seamlessly with Creative Cloud apps including Photoshop CC.

Project Gemini

Gemini delivers raster brushes and vector brushes playing together in the same app

Project Gemini, supporting for PSD files, layers, selections and masks, enables the most modern non-destructive drawing and editing workflows. So you can open up Photoshop document inside of Gemini and save in the Creative Cloud automatically.

Adobe has built Project Gemini with the illustration community, including Kyle Webster who is a core part of the team.

Introducing Project Gemini

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Adobe bringing Photoshop CC to the iPad in 2019

“Real” full version of Photoshop on iPad coming next year

At the Max 2018 conference, Adobe revealed that full version of Photoshop CC on the iPad will be released sometime in 2019.

Adobe started the project 18 month ago, taking the core Photoshop engine and codebase to put into the iPad. Adobe says it would have been impossible without the evolution of the hardware like Apple’s iPad Pros.
The Photoshop team has developed and redesigned the image-editing software for a modern touch experience to deliver the power and precision of its desktop counterpart.
Photoshop is now an ecosystem of apps including real Photoshop on desktop and mobiles, supporting for native PSD files, layers panel and tools you’re accustomed to.

Photoshop on iPad

Adobe previewed new iPad versions of Photoshop CC, bringing the full capabilities of desktop to the iPads

A redesigned user interface on the iPad, we can see many core tools on the left side of screen and minimal layers pane on the right side. Continue reading

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