Adobe is making big headlines at IBC with the announcement another round of Adobe Creative Cloud Video updates to their pro video apps. In this article Rich Young gives us a great verview of the new features in CSNext and provides a bunch of videos to watch. PVC by Rich Young Adobe has revealed updates to its pro video apps in Creative Cloud, though a specific release date was not shared. Adobe will also be showing the new features at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam for the next week. By the way, a separate bug fix update for Premiere Pro CC was released today, which may have its own issues for some. Adobe has revealed updates to its pro video apps in Creative Cloud, though a specific release date was not shared. Adobe will also be showing the new features at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam for the next week. By the way, a separate bug fix update for Premiere Pro CC was released, which may have its own issues for some. Highlights of the update are in the Adobe overview of the Creative Cloud "Next" video tools:
- Comprehensive native format support for 4K-to-8k footage in Premiere Pro CC, with support for UltraHD and H.265, High Dynamic Range (HDR) workflows and improved color fidelity, as well as Lumetri color effect for After Effects CC.
- Introduction of touch screen features with Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Character Animator optimized for Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablets, and Apple track pad devices.
- You will be able to adjust the duration of a song to match video content with Remix, a new feature in Audition CC. Remix automatically rearranges music to any duration while maintaining musicality and structure, creating custom tracks to fit storytelling needs.
- There will be updated support for Creative Cloud Libraries across CC desktop video tools, powered by Adobe CreativeSync. Assets, including images from Adobe Stock, will instantly appear in After Effects and Premiere Pro.
- In Adobe Media Encoder, Destination Publishing will provide a single action for rendering and delivering content to popular social media platforms like YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook.
- Adobe Anywhere (team blog), a collaboration platform for enterprise teams, will add the ability to be deployed as either a multi-location streaming solution or a single-location collaboration-only version. Enhancements include faster playback with the instant-on capability of the latest TVSDK, more mobile-friendly frictionless authentication with OAUTH 2.0, and new support for OTT and TV Everywhere measurement in Adobe Analytics.