Preview Up-And-Coming Creative Suite Features from Adobe Max
Earlier this month, the Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles was brimming with designers, developers and creatives of all kind to preview the latest innovations that Adobe has to offer at the annual Adobe Max conference.
We were thrilled to discover that even if you weren’t able to attend Adobe Max, Adobe TV has published several “sneak peek” videos that demonstrate some potential new Adobe product features that were introduced at the conference.
We’ve embedded a few of our favorites below. If you only have time to watch one, we recommend the InDesign Liquid Layout sneak peek video which demonstrates some potential new features that will make magazine tablet application design more streamlined.
In this video, Jim McCann shows you a sneak peek of a potentially new way for graphic designers to create layered compositions (no masking required) that reflect the way real world objects act:
In this video, Sylvain Paris will show you a sneak peak of a potential feature for editing videos, including the ability to create 3D fly-throughs of 2D videos and change focus and depth of field:
In this video, Kiyomassa Toma shows you a sneak peek of a potential feature in InDesign to create high quality magazines that automatically re-layout across devices and screen orientation:
In this video, Brian King shows you a sneak peek of a potential new feature for automatically replacing the dialog of a video clip with separately recorded audio with near perfect synchronization:
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