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Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere… these are just a few of the Adobe applications we use on a regular basis. But as Humtog points out, there are actually over 50 different programs that Adobe makes, some that overlap with others. His 10 minute video does a great job explaining what purposes each one is best suited to.
Adobe shows off a slick new feature coming soon to Photoshop. The Object Selection tool uses machine learning tech to automatically identify objects, people, and animals to quickly select and separate them from backgrounds. We can’t tell you how many hours this would have saved us over the years.
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Premiere Rush is Adobe’s easy-to-use editor for creating online videos. It has simple tools for color, audio, motion graphics and more. It also has preset export settings for social media sites. You can even shuffle your editing between its Mac, PC, and iOS versions.
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Among the imaging technologies shown off at Adobe MAX 2017 was this tool which works kind of like Content-Aware Fill, but for video. It’s designed to easily remove unwanted objects from moving images. We’re hoping to see this feature in Premiere or After Effects soon.
Adobe Principal Scientist Paul Asente shows off an early preview of a tool which can take any style you can roughly sketch onto a sphere, and apply it to another 3D model, allowing styles to be magically transferred from object to object. Windows users can download a demo here.
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