Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Highlights from AdobeMAX 2016

A quick digest of a few highlights from AdobeMAX keynote sessions today:
  • Adobe Sensei, an AI technology that uses image, facial recognition and more, now incorporated into smart searches in many Adobe products including Adobe Stock, Photoshop (sneak) and Lightroom Web.
  • Universal editing with symbols and a built-in Git-like (or better) versioning for design files in Adobe XD, now available on Windows10 and Android. 
  • Preview of Project Felix, a 2D-3D combination workflow that comes with ready-made 3D assets, textures and materials.
  • Preview of Project Nimbus, the next generation photo editor with cloud -storage and -sync. 
  • Templates in Photoshop.
  • Enhancements to Adobe Spark!
    A quote from the presenter: 
 “If you can use a plus button, you can use Adobe Spark!”   
- Michael Ninness
  • Character animation, 3D capabilities and more in Premiere Pro.
  • Ability to get DNG files from iPhone photos in Lightroom mobile, smart searches and more...
The Keynote sessions ended with an inspiring story of Adobe partnership with Exceptional Minds, a school focused on vocational training to help with self-reliance in autistic youngsters, by using creativity software.

Here’s a still from the inimitable Jason Levine’s presentation of Premier Pro highlights!

Hope to do more of these quick digest, TL;DR posts.

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