Adobe Creative Cloud

October 5, 2015 /Product Focus /

What’s New and Next for Creative Cloud Video

Adobe unveils Adobe Premiere Clip 2.0, Adobe Capture CC, and advances coming to the professional video tools

Tune in to Adobe MAX Online to see live demonstrations of these announcements and LOTS more.

Adobe Premiere Clip 2.0 is here! This update to our mobile video editing app adds automatic video creation, Sync to Music functionality, Lightroom on Mobile integration, improved editing, and a new streamlined user interface. Learn more and download Adobe Premiere Clip now. Stay tuned here for more details on Premiere Clip 2.0 later today.

A brand new mobile app – Adobe Capture CC – integrates the power of Adobe Hue CC, Adobe Color CC, Adobe Shape CC, and Adobe Brush CC. Now you can turn any photo into a Look, color theme, vector graphic, or unique brush for use in all your creative projects. Learn more and download Adobe Capture CC on iOS and Android now.

And there’s more! Recently, Adobe revealed the next wave of innovation coming to its professional video and audio tools – including expanded support for UltraHD (UHD), brilliant color technology improvements, and new touch workflows. These features will be available in the coming months.

Adobe demonstrates growing industry momentum as customers continue to make the switch to Creative Cloud and Premiere Pro CC workflows. These include the film Deadpool from 20th Century Fox, coming February 12, 2016; Staten Island Summer from Paramount Pictures, edited by Adam Epstein; and award-winning motion picture colorist Dado Valentic who has worked on 60 feature films, hundreds of commercials, and actively engages with fashion industry clients to develop everything from online brand videos to billboards. Watch demos, interviews, and more from Adobe at IBC Show 2015.

In these upcoming releases of Creative Cloud video apps, you’ll get:

Exceptional UltraHD, HDR, and touch integration—Work with UltraHD (UHD) 4K and 8K media and beyond, and high dynamic range (HDR) files across Creative Cloud applications and throughout your creative pipeline. Maintain color fidelity between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC with the Lumetri effect now also in After Effects. Plus, navigate panels and workspaces with touch and speed your work with gestures on your Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablet or Apple track pad.

Creative assets everywhere you work—Access your project or personal assets wherever you are through Adobe CreativeSync technology. Share images, color Looks, and more between Creative Cloud desktop tools including Photoshop and Illustrator, and with mobile apps such as Adobe Capture CC. Drag assets straight from the Creative Cloud Libraries panel inside After Effects and drop them into the Composition panel. Creative Cloud lets you access and apply assets to your projects without interrupting your creative process.

Vibrant world-class marketplace—Search, try out, and license any of the 45-million high-quality royalty-free images through the Adobe Stock service built into the Libraries panels in Premiere Pro and After Effects.

“Color is now everyone’s responsibility in production. Feature updates in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, such as Lumetri Looks, enable filmmakers and editors to control the look of a project throughout the production process, from the initial script to the end, ultimately giving them more creative control. I look forward to what’s coming next in Creative Cloud,” said Dado Valentic, Founder and Chief Colorist at Mytherapy.

“Adobe is refining our workflows to more easily use fantastic image quality and high dynamic range as creative tools. The ability to move the viewer with HDR imagery will be at our users’ fingertips,” said Bill Roberts, Senior Director of professional video product management, Adobe. “We are in a truly exciting age where the consumption experience is changing – we need to deliver tools that empower creative to take advantage of what is coming.”

ppro_lumetri_2balloonsTo learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, visit the Premiere Pro blog.

AE_Screnshot_Al1To learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe After Effects CC and Character Animator, visit the After Effects blog.

Audition-Remix.BetterTo learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Audition CC, visit the Audition blog.

DestinationpublishingfacebookTo learn more about what’s coming next for Adobe Media Encoder CC, visit the Premiere Pro blog.

Get Inspired by Amsterdam
Bring Amsterdam into your creative workflow, no matter where you are in the world! At IBC Show 2015, #TeamAdobe collected inspirations in the city using Adobe’s capture apps. This library of Amsterdam-inspired production-ready assets is available to you for free. Use these creative assets in your video, photo, and design work. Enhance your video footage with Looks from Adobe Hue CC, animate Shapes in After Effects, dip into unique Color themes, and incorporate interesting textures with special Brushes.

Download the library here, and be sure to visit the Moving Colors blog to read some of the stories behind each of the assets.

Additional resources:

Creative Cloud professional video tools
New Video features being announced at IBC 2015 Datasheet
Character Animator Datasheet
Top 10 Reasons to switch to Premiere Pro

 

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  • By Bill - 7:31 AM on October 17, 2015  

    This all sounds great!

    New features are nice, but I was struck by something though regarding basic functionality of the entire CC video workflow mentioned above. I am doing a fresh install of Windows 10, and realizing that Encore (circa Windows Vista) will work even less reliably if at all on Windows 10. So I have to look at 3rd party truly consumer solutions for optical disc burning (yes it still exists in the real world). It would be nice if Adobe could add a refresh of Encore to their agenda.:)

    There was an outcry when Encore was not updated for CC. Like within the last few weeks there was an outcry when the Lightroom team took away advanced features in the import process. They just recently *listened* to their customers and are putting it back during a future release.

    Upgrading Encore would also be a huge positive to your customers on the video side if it was done. It sure would be nice to consider adding this basic part of a video workflow into the future release list.

    Bill

    • By Al Mooney - 3:28 PM on October 22, 2015  

      Bill – your comments are noted and I appreciate you taking the time to write such a kindly worded post.

      best,
      al.