Archive for July, 2013

Adobe Kuler gets even Kuler – New Beta update!

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A new Beta version of the Kuler web app is available now. And the good news is that it includes the top three features requested by our users.

 Note: If you want a quick introduction to Adobe Kuler, you can check out my earlier post.

New features

Extract color themes from an image
The original Kuler web app included the ability to extract a theme from an image. That feature is back!

Just click the camera icon in the upper right corner of the Create page and choose a photo from your library.

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Color wheel available in two sizes
You now have the flexibility to use a large or small color wheel as required. With a click, you can make the wheel larger when you need it and smaller when you don’t.

Slimmer borders around individual colors in a theme
To enable you to see more of each color and the play and interaction between them, the borders around individual colors in a theme have been reduced.

 

Know more

To try out the new Beta features and know more, head straight to the Creative Layer blog: http://adobe.ly/16UZrbb. We’ll be waiting to hear your feedback! You can chime in with your thoughts at the Kuler forums.

Premiere Pro CC has a brand new update! | July 2013

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Close on the heels of the Premiere Pro CC release in June 2013, we have another new update in less than a month!

Premiere Pro product manager, Al Mooney, describes it best:

“One of the best things about Creative Cloud is that we’re able to develop and release features in cadence with the demands of this rapidly growing and evolving industry. The Premiere Pro CC July 2013 update, available now, is the first example of that, and we’re thrilled to be able to give you multiple new editing features so soon after the first CC release – less than a month after we shipped CC.”

Read more about the new features in this blog post.

For a detailed understanding of the new features, read through the What’s New article.

Enjoy!