Project Cloak from Adobe is a prototype video editing tool that can remove still or even moving objects without frame-by-frame editing. It’s like Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill tool for video sequences. Klingons would love this!
Here’s a cool demo:
When you want to share an image on social media — probably a reduced-size version of the image — you can do it in just two clicks using the 2018 version of Photoshop, which was just released.
Just click the Quick Share button in the upper-right corner of the window:
Adobe announces 10 updates to Creative Cloud, including Photoshop, Illustrator, XD and PremierePro.
In the recent update of Photoshop CC 2015, Adobe introduced multiple artboards. You can now have as many artboards as you want in the same file, perhaps for multiple versions of a design. I just published a thorough tutorial on the feature in my Mastering Photoshop Layers course on Udemy. If you already purchased this course, you immediately have access to the new lesson at no additional cost. So happy holidays!
Adobe Creative Cloud applications now have libraries that let you share assets between them and with other users. They store the assets in the cloud, so you can access them from any app where you’re logged in. If you already use regular libraries, you can convert them to shared libraries with one click.
Here’s a demo, using InDesign: