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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 CCAdobe After Effects CCAdobe Prelude CCAdobe Audition CCAdobe SpeedGrade CC, Adobe Story CC Plus, Adobe Media Encoder CC and Adobe Anywhere for video.  Adobe will reveal these exciting new updates next week at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, the largest broadcast tradeshow in the U.S.  Our booth is #SL3910, in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, April 7 – 10.

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We developed these tools with video professionals’ entire workflow in mind and many of the new features showcase the convenience of having all of Adobe’s video apps at your fingertips with Creative Cloud. We’re thrilled that more and more filmmakers are utilizing the benefits of Creative Cloud, including two-time Academy Award-winning editor, Kirk Baxter A.C.E., choosing to cut David Fincher’s upcoming feature film “Gone Girl” exclusively with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Twelve months ago, we promised to deliver regular updates through Creative Cloud to our customers. Over the past year, we’ve added hundreds of new and enhanced features that help video pros work faster with more streamlined workflows.  Today, we’re raising the bar with tighter levels of integration between Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.

To find out more about today’s announcement go here.

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