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Adobe Creative Suite 2 Seminar sessions

Mark Peters : 2005-05-26 21:30:00
Adobe Creative Suite 2 Seminar sessions : To celebrate the launch of its new Creative Suite 2, Adobe will be holding a series of seminar sessions in June 2005. The new CS2 software includes a number of enhancements and additions which will be fully explored in the sessions. The seminars are aimed at creative professionals wanting to achieve improved results across print, web and mobile publishing. Each session will explore Adobe Illustrator CS2, InDesign CS2, Photoshop CS2, GoLive CS2, Acrobat 7.0 Professional and Version Cue CS2. The seminars will also focus on the new Adobe Bridge visual file browser as well as Adobe Stock Photos, the new way to search and buy stock imagery.


Adobe Photoshop Elements 3 “The Missing Manual”

Mark Peters : 2005-05-19 21:20:00
Adobe Photoshop Elements 3 “The Missing Manual” : O'Reilly announced “The Missing Manual” for Adobe Photoshop Elements 3. Even Grandma wields a digital camera these days. Everyone appreciates the instant gratification, the email-ready photos, and the end to overstuffed shoeboxes. But people are also realizing something else, says author Barbara Brundage: “The image-editing and picture-organizing software that comes with most cameras can be pretty limited when it’s time to spruce up your digital photos. Even if you’re scanning in old prints and slides, you’ll want a program that’ll help you rejuvenate these gems and eliminate the wear and tear of all those years.” That’s where Adobe Photoshop Elements 3 comes in!


Adobe licenses rotoscoping technology from Curious

Mark Peters : 2005-05-08 01:45:00
Adobe licenses rotoscoping technology from Curious : Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that an agreement to license, develop and distribute the rotoscoping technologies of Curious Software. Adobe intends to use the licensed technology to expand the professional capabilities of its product line by integrating it into future Adobe software. With technology from Curious Software's gFx Pro, Adobe will have access to a powerful paint engine for moving images, a sophisticated roto-matte system and a range of features for wire and rig removal or content restoration.


Adobe acquires Macromedia in all-stock transaction

Mark Peters : 2005-05-06 11:35:00
Adobe acquires Macromedia in all-stock transaction : Adobe Systems announced a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion. The combination of Adobe and Macromedia will provide customers a more powerful set of solutions for creating, managing and delivering compelling content and experiences across multiple operating systems, devices and media. Together, the two companies will meet a wider set of customer needs and have a significantly greater opportunity to grow into new markets, particularly in the mobile and enterprise segments.


Adobe Video Collection Professional 2.5

Mark Peters : 2005-05-01 22:00:00
Adobe Video Collection Professional 2.5 : Adobe Systems today announced the Adobe Video Collection 2.5 Professional edition will now include Adobe Photoshop CS 2 software, a major upgrade to the professional industry standard for digital image editing and creation. Adobe Video Collection 2.5 Professional edition includes Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5, Adobe After Effects 6.5, Adobe Audition 1.5, Adobe Encore DVD 1.5, and now Adobe Photoshop CS 2 software. The addition of Photoshop CS2 will put even more power, precision and control in the hands of film and video professionals to create high-impact, broadcast-quality images and effects.


Adobe Photoshop CS2 software now shipping

Mark Peters : 2005-04-30 03:00:00
Adobe Photoshop CS2 software now shipping : Adobe is now shipping Adobe Photoshop CS2, a major upgrade to the professional industry standard for digital image editing and creation. Available as a stand-alone software application or as a component of the Adobe Creative Suite 2, also shipping, Adobe Photoshop CS2 software is equipped with indispensable new features and simplified workflows delivering a greater level of power, precision and control to photographers, film, video and creative professionals. Adobe Photoshop CS2 users will push creative boundaries with many new powerful and dynamic features, including Vanishing Point, which allows users to clone, paint and transform image objects while retaining visual perspective.


Adobe Creative Suite 2 now shipping

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-27 12:55:25
Adobe Creative Suite 2 now shipping : Adobe announced the availability of Adobe Creative Suite 2 software. Adobe Creative Suite 2 Premium Edition integrates new full-version upgrades of indispensable design software, Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe Illustrator CS2 and Adobe GoLive CS2, with the all-new Version Cue CS2. It also introduces the Adobe Stock Photos service, Adobe Bridge and includes the recently released Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional. Adobe Photoshop CS2, InDesign CS2, Illustrator CS2 and GoLive CS2 are also available today as standalone software products. In addition, Adobe InCopy CS2, a professional writing and editing program that integrates tightly with Adobe InDesign CS2 software, is shipping today.


Adobe Photoshop CS2 showcases new Vanishing Point

Mark Peters : 2005-04-15 00:30:00
Adobe Photoshop CS2 showcases new Vanishing Point : Adobe today announced that Adobe Photoshop CS2, a major upgrade to the professional industry standard for digital image editing and creation, will be showcased at the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas, April 16-19. Available in May 2005, Photoshop CS2 builds on the software's role as an essential tool for film and broadcast production. Industry professionals are already hailing Photoshop CS2 software's advanced film and video features (see quote sheet addendum) and improved power, precision and control for creating high-impact, broadcast-quality images and effects. At NAB, Adobe will give live demos and offer free 30-day trials of Photoshop CS2.






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