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Apple used to derail Adobe's now-defunct Flash software as an outdated technology past its prime.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.
Photoshop maker Adobe last Friday released Apple silicon-optimized versions of its Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition creative software. These ports run natively on the new M1 Mac systems, such as the new Mac mini, MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Adobe yesterday updated Lightroom for Mac with Apple silicon support on the latest M1 machines, such as the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro and Mac mini. Additionally, Lightroom for Windows has been updated with support for Windows on ARM.
Photoshop maker Adobe today unveiled new features for the video editing apps and tools available as part of the Creative Cloud subscription that'll cut time on monotonous tasks.
Photoshop maker Adobe has released a limited version of its popular image editor optimized for Apple Silicon M1-based Macs, the company announced in a blog post.
In addition to launching Illustrator for iPad and porting Fresco, its mobile drawing and painting app, over to the iPhone, Adobe today at MAX 2020 announced a bunch of updates to other apps that are part of the CC suite, including Photoshop, Lightroom, After Effects and more.
Adobe Fresco, a mobile drawing and painting app, is now available on the iPhone and iPod touch. The app is provided as a universal update to the iPad version of Fresco.
Aside from making Photoshop for iPad available to pre-order on the App Store ahead of its arrival next month, Photoshop maker Adobe today also updated its Premiere Pro and After Effects video apps with simpler streaming video workflows aimed at work-at-home crowds.
The upcoming vector-drawing app Illustrator from Photoshop maker Adobe is now available to pre-order on the App Store ahead of its scheduled arrival on Wednesday, October 21.