The new Creative Cloud features which Adobe unveiled at the AdobeMAX 2022 conference are now available in Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects, Fresco, etc.
Adobe has updated its Photoshop and Premiere Elements with full support for Apple silicon Macs and new AI-powered features for casual users.
Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for iPhone, iPad and Mac have launched new features, including a new AI-powered filter to restore old photos in a single click.
Photoshop for iPad now lets you remove a photo's background and quickly fill a selection based on its surroundings with content-aware fill.
New features in Adobe's Premiere Pro and After Effects include native support for M1 Macs, Scene Detection, AI-powered Auto Color and more.
Adobe at the MAX 2021 conference added new features to Photoshop, Illustrator and Lightroom on iPad and desktop while enhancing other Creative Cloud features.
Adobe's demonstrated Photoshop for iPad with RAW support that works with both RAWs from DSLRs and Apple's ProRAW files taken with the iPhone 12 Pro and 13 Pro cameras.
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of several new features in Photoshop for iPad and desktop, including the healing brush and magic wand, adding new features to Fresco.
Adobe's added support for Apple silicon-powered Mac computers to Premiere Pro, Character Animator and Media Encoder, allowing these creative apps to run at full speed on M1 Macs.
Apple used to derail Adobe's now-defunct Flash software as an outdated technology past its prime. But former iOS chief Scott Forstall has revealed a little-known fact: the Cupertino tech giant actually did work with Adobe on trying to make the once-ubiquitous multimedia software work on the iPhone, but the results were just “abysmal” and “embarrassing.”
Adobe has announced the first build of Photoshop that runs natively on Apple silicon Macs, resulting in a major speed boost. Creative customers can now also run Blackmagic Design's video-editing apps DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Fusion natively on M1 Macs.
Following several advance warnings from Adobe in the past three years, the Photoshop maker's Flash Player is gone for good as of today. The browser plug-in will no longer be getting security updates and no new features will be developed going forward. Thankfully, we have instructions for how to remove Flash Player from your Mac computer.