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  • Earth Month Tip: Water Conservation

    We’re committed to strengthening our communities, which means improving our own sustainability efforts and empowering those around us to do the same. That’s why, in honor of Earth Month, we’re sharing one tip a week to help us all be a little more green. Coming off of World Water… Read more

    By Michelle Crozier Yates, Director of Corporate Responsibility on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on April 7, 2014
  • Revealing Next Wave of Innovation for Adobe Creative Cloud Video Apps

    Editing and video content creation workflows are about to get easier, with major updates coming soon to the Creative Cloud video apps. Today we announced plans to significantly update all the video apps in Creative Cloud including Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Prelude CC, Adobe… Read more

    By Adobe Corporate Communications on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on April 2, 2014
  • Not Taking a Risk is a Risk

    The theme of reinvention was interwoven throughout the general sessions on day two of #AdobeSummit, and focused on the need for marketers to take risks for reinvention to actually happen. Our morning general session featured inspirational celebs, who are the… Read more

    By Karen Do on Adobe Summit
    Published on March 27, 2014
  • Marketing Reinvention Takes Over Adobe Summit

    The official start of Adobe Summit kicked off Tuesday with the opening keynote session, The Marketing Revolution, which centered around the need and tremendous opportunity… Read more

    By Karen Do on Adobe Summit
    Published on March 25, 2014
  • Adobe Summit 2014 Explores Reinvention in the Digital Marketing World

    Adobe Summit 2014, The Digital Marketing Conference, kicks off Tuesday in Salt Lake City, Utah, with an expected crowd of more than 5000 digital marketers, publishers, agencies and technologists. The theme of this year’s conference: marketing reinvention,… Read more

    By Matt Rozen on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 24, 2014
  • Adobe's RTMFP Profile for Flash Communication Released

    Adobe’s Secure Real-Time Media Flow Protocol (RTMFP) is a general purpose data transport protocol designed for real-time and peer-to-peer (P2P) communication, and is the foundation of Flash’s P2P capabilities. RTMFP is documented in RFC 7016  published November 2013 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). We… Read more

    By Bronwen Matthews on Standards at Adobe
    Published on April 17, 2014
  • Specifications for MP4 Conversion for Connect Recordings

    Here are the specifications for the MP4 conversion; they are similar to our FLV specifications albeit with better compression: Resolution: 1024X768 Frames Per Second: 8 FPS Video Bitrate: 1024kbps Audio: Codec – AAC (Advanced Audio Codec) Profile – Main@3.1 Bit Rate – ~55Kbps (VBR) Channels – 1 (Mono) Sampling rate – 44.1Khz Read more

    By Frank DeRienzo on Adobe Connect Support Blog
    Published on April 16, 2014
  • 4K映像制作を現実に - Adobe Creative Cloud 4Kワークフローの実際

    2014年は7月に国内での4K放送開始を控え、「4K元年」となっています。NAB Show 2014でも、Adobe Creative Cloud映像制作ツール次期バージョンの先行公開があり、新たにCanon RAW 4Kにも対応となったほか、各社からも4K映像に対応するカメラをはじめとするハードウェアが数多く発表、展示されていました。 「でも4Kの編集なんて、パソコンレベルでは無理!」 と思われる方もまだいらっしゃるかもしれません。Adobe Creative Cloud映像制作ツールでは、オフライン編集から4K解像度でのコンフォーム、モーショングラフィックス、グレーディング、そして出力まで、4K映像制作に必要な機能をご利用いただけるようになっています。 こちらでは、 4K映像制作の概要 4K60Pでのオフライン・オンラインワークフロー SpeedGrade CCによるカラーグレーディング After Effects CCによる高品位アップスケール を動画でご紹介しています。 Adobe Premiere Pro CCほか無償体験版はこちらから。 Read more

    By Seigo Furuta on Focus In Blog
    Published on April 16, 2014
  • Enable Video Vs Enable Webcam for Participants

    In Connect 9.2, there are two ways you can allow a ‘participant’ to turn their camera on – but each has slightly different results. Enable Video – this option gives full rights to the video pod, same as a host. Or in other words, if you enable Video for any… Read more

    By Sameer Puri on Adobe Connect Support Blog
    Published on April 16, 2014
  • Adobe Reader Mobile and XFA forms from LiveCycle Designer

    As the world becomes increasingly more mobile, we hear a lot of questions about dynamic PDF forms created in the LiveCycle Designer and mobile devices. These forms use an underlying XML structure called XFA (XML Forms Architecture). Why should you re-purpose XFA forms created using LiveCycle Designer to create the next-generation… Read more

    By Jeff Stanier on The LiveCycle Post
    Published on April 16, 2014
  • Marketing Reinvented

    We’ve all heard it:  The future of marketing is digital. Get on board or get left behind. So what’s holding marketers back? Adobe just completed a survey of more than 1,000 US marketers to explore how they’re evolving in the digital age, where they need help and what their priorities… Read more

    By Ann Lewnes, Adobe CMO on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 24, 2014
  • Part 3: Troll Wars: The Problem Can Only be Solved by Congress

    Note: This blog is cross-posted from Mike Dillon’s personal blog.  When it comes to claims by patent trolls, the short answer as to why more companies don’t fight back is – cost. A company can expect to incur several million dollars for outside counsel, expert witness, and jury consultant fees… Read more

    By Mike Dillon, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 21, 2014
  • Drawing as Literacy

    Imagine if our grade school teachers had compared our early school essays to the work of Steinbeck or Kerouac and suggested we just give it up for lack of talent.  We would have a crisis of illiteracy on our hands. However, this is essentially the approach we take with drawing in… Read more

    By Michael Gough, VP of Experience Design on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 17, 2014
  • Part 2: Troll Wars: Defending Against the Tony Sopranos of the Legal World

    Note: This blog is cross-posted from Mike Dillon’s personal blog.  What’s notable about the patent troll problem is that these entities seldom win their lawsuits. But their business model isn’t predicated on going to trial; instead it is dependent on casting as wide a net as possible knowing that… Read more

    By Mike Dillon, SVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 14, 2014
  • Lessons Learned with Check-in

    We have received many inquiries and some great recognition since we abolished the traditional performance review and introduced what we call “Check- in” at Adobe.  The elimination of the former “annual review process” was not a difficult decision but the navigation of… Read more

    By Donna Morris, SVP People & Places on Adobe Featured Blogs
    Published on March 10, 2014