Just before the 2018 NAB trade show which is set to start this month, Adobe announced the Spring update that will bring a lot of goodies. The update will include Creative Cloud apps, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Audition and Character Animator.
Judging by the announcement, Adobe will be changing in a pretty impressive way. This is great considering that the rise of smartphones cameras and inbuilt filers managed to surpass the use of Adobe desktop photography apps and this led to a loss of value.
Premiere Pro CC and Audition updates
Premiere Pro CC comes with a Color Match feature powered by AI engine which is capable of tracking the value of light and color from a reference image. The feature takes the values and then applied them as editable color adjustments to the current shot.
Graphics Panel will include new tools for text animating and new options for tracking time codes with the new Time Code panel. You will also be able to open Premiere Pro projects in Audition to select particular sequences to work on.
New features in Adobe After Effects CC
Adobe After Effects CC turns 25 this year, so it’s time to celebrate. After Effects CC offers a Master Properties option for seeding individual values to all of the composition’s versions. There’s been included a new Advanced Puppet Engine for enhanced realism in object movement.
The Immersive Environment now comes with support for Windows Mixed reality platform, and it can be found in After Effects CC. You will be able to preview VR content in a new immersive form.
Adobe’s character Animator also received improvements
The character Animator will be able to create new characters faster. There’s also a new option that shows users how to drag the layers from the upper panel to the Triggers panel and more.
Even more updates
The Android version of Adobe has been enhanced with noise reduction, and a sharpening feature and the iPad version also received a left-hand mode. The Creative Cloud updates will be available for users. you can check out the complete Spring update announcement on Adobe’s blog.