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Adobe Surprises Creatives With Open Beta Program

Recently we took a look at some very capable but more affordable alternatives to Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. It’s always a benefit to customers when developers provide legitimate competition and choice. However, if you find yourself sticking with one or more Adobe applications (not uncommon), there is another potential benefit that you can now (or will soon) get from...

Adobe Creative Cloud Video Editing Apps Now Benefit From eGPU

(The OWC Helios FX Thunderbolt 3 Expansion Chassis and AMD Radeon 580 GPU.) At the recent NAB 2019 trade show, Adobe announced that newly-released versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Adobe Media Encoder can use Thunderbolt 3 external Graphics Processing Units...

Video Commentary: Thinking Differently on 2016 MacBook Pro, Part 2

In October 2016, Apple announced new MacBook Pro models featuring an all new thinner design, a controversial decision to replace all the ports with Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, and a much higher pricing structure. A large backlash ensued among the Mac faithful, while at the...

Creative Cloud Design Tips: Animated Type, Part 2

This fall we are sharing a series of simple design techniques for Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. Rather than setting up a tutorial where you follow a “recipe” and end up with our design instead of your own, we show...

Creative Cloud Design Tips: Animated Type, Part 1

This fall we are sharing a series of simple design techniques for Illustrator, Photoshop, and After Effects. Rather than setting up a tutorial where you follow a “recipe” and end up with our design instead of your own, we show...

Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 and OS X El Capitan

Adobe Creative Cloud is the standard toolset for many creative professionals who work in print, web, mobile, and video mediums. However with each new release of OS X or Windows, there are inevitably a few bumps in the road. With...