Adobe Creative Cloud 2020
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We’ve already seen works of up to 500 layers made using the software, so it seems Adobe has managed to make a tablet alternative with the power of the original, including Photoshop’s top workflows, compositing, masking and retouching capabilities. Lightroom connections are promised with future updates of PSi, and Adobe has stressed that those will bring even more familiar features to the tablet experience. As expected, there is seamless integration when working and saving pieces between the two versions.
The desktop original of Illustrator is getting a 2020 update of course, promising accelerated performance and stability.
Files will now save in the background, and run 2x faster. And speaking of speed, if you use Drop Shadows or Gaussian Blurs in your designs, they’ll render faster than ever.
What’s more, you can now preview the effects on your designs before committing to them, an overdue aid which we’re glad to see.
Illustrator for iPad
As mentioned, Illustrator is coming to the iPad – but in beta form only, so don’t go expecting it in your Creative Cloud or the Apple Store yet.
Expect the full build next year; for now, know that text and Radial Repeat are all covered in this mobile edition, and seamless connections between the same piece of work and iPad will be possible, just like with PSi.
While Photoshop hits the big 30, InDesign becomes a twenty-something.
The new features aren’t as substantial as the PS ones, but look out for support for SVG at long last, variable fonts and automated column rules.
Apple isn’t All: Fresco comes to Windows
Adobe Fresco came this summer for the first time ever, doing a reasonable Procreate impression but with a sadly tacked on-monthly subscription fee.
That said, we’ve noticed digital artists curious about the forthcoming Windows version of the painting app, and today that becomes a reality as Fresco lands on ten Windows devices today, list as following:
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4, 5 and 6
- Microsoft Surface Book 1 and 2
- Microsoft Surface Studio 1 and 2
- Microsoft Surface Go
- Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13′′ and 16′
The news had already been announced in the summer, but of note is that any work on the iPad will transfer to your Windows device and vice versa. Also note that not any Windows user with a Cintiq will be able to start using Fresco; it’s just the list of ten above and no more. It has also been confirmed to us that there won’t be a free version of Fresco for Windows as there is for iOS, but the trial lasts for six months.
Adobe Animate 20.0
Adobe Animate (neé Flash) has a new interface including a redesigned timeline and a more informative Properties panel, and the same Fluid Brush as Fresco.
Adobe Dimension 3.0 promises users more control over lighting. Also look out for new ways to render and create high quality images.
The latest version of the Adobe XD UX design app includes a full Document History – so you can easily go back to a previous version. You can even go back, copy something you’ve since deleted, go forward to your latest version and paste it in. Component States makes creating design systems easier, and in beta you can now find real time-co-editing, giving you a chance to work with your team on any one project.
There is also full integration with Creative Cloud Libraries.
There’s a lot to the new Adobe XD.
Premiere Pro CC
You can now work with Apple ProRes HDR on both Mac and Windows.
After Effects CC
Multichannel EXR files are up to 10-12 times faster in Adobe After Effects.
In-app tutorials are now available in Lightroom and Lightroom Classic; also expect improved speed and performance.
Substance by Adobe
Remember when Adobe bought Substance Painter at the start of the year? Well, Substance by Adobe (to use the suite’s official name) offers a new improved version of the beloved Substance Painter, with a brush engine that matches more closely to Photoshop’s, encouraging 2D artists to enter the third dimension much like Homer Simpson once did.
Enhancements include better pen pressure accuracy, new brush settings such as minimum size and blending modes, and ABR format support. In the coming months there’ll be a collection of ABR brushes on the way; Substance Alchemist meanwhile is now out of beta and on general release today, giving users a library of 3D textures, plus ways to mix and tweak existing materials, and even make new ones from photos and high-res scans.
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