Adobe rolls out for Creative Cloud

Wednesday, 13 April 2022 (1 month ago) 19 views
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Adobe is finally bringing its video collaboration platform to the creative cloud. With the introduction of in Creative Cloud, creators, video editors and other key stakeholders will be able to seamlessly collaborate on specific projects.

According to Adobe, this is the industry’s first integrated review and approval workflow for post-production, enabling editors to get final approval faster and easier than ever before. In addition to this, the company released updates for After Effects and Premiere Pro. is now part of Creative Cloud, so video creators can now share the progress of their work with an unlimited number of commenters around the world. They can also directly Premiere Pro and After Effects.

In addition to that, offers accelerated file transfers for faster uploads and downloads, including 100GB of cloud storage. also gives users the option to work on up to five different projects simultaneously with another remote user.

Updates in After Effects and Premiere Pro

Brings native support for M1 powered Macbooks. The company claims it can improve startup times and composite rendering by up to 7 times.

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Scene edit detection Powered by Adobe Sensei. It uses the latest artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to automatically detect scene changes in edit clips and place them as separate layers or create markers at edit points to speed up project setup.

The extended viewer allows users to view 2D and 3D layers that lie beyond the frame edges when using the Draft 3D engine.

A binning indicator for 3D layers shows which 3D layers are rendered together in the same 3D space, enabling them to intersect and cast shadows on each other.

Premiere Pro
reimagining imports, title, and export experience
The import function focuses on media rather than project settings. This makes it easy for video creators to scan and find files from different locations.

The title bar provides clean and focused navigation, so users can easily switch between the core tasks of importing, editing, and exporting. The export option then gives users the option to upload media directly to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
In addition to this, the company has added automatic color options along with an improved workflow and new assets.

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