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Sunday, September 28, 2008



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Adobe will release Creative Suite 4 in October


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Adobe will announce the version 4 of Creative Suite in October. There are applications for editing digital pixel and vector graphics, print layouts, video, Web pages and animation, and if you want exporting that content for mobile devices.

With CS4, Adobe continues to improve integration among the applications. After Effects, as only one example, can import Photoshop 3D layers and export content directly into Flash. Also Adobe aimed to unify the interfaces of more than a dozen applications, including Flash and other former properties of Macromedia. You'll see similar pull down menus for toggling among workspaces that you can customize, and plenty of enhancements for graphics teams to share work more quickly.

The other news is options for working with high-definition video and mobile content expand too, with support for the latest formats as well as for making Adobe AIR applications.

Photoshop CS4 will use all your computer's resources (processors and graphics cards) and there is a support for 64-bit Windows. Still not plans for Linux version.

Flash CS4 has a rebuilt animation model, so you can make objects move on the stage in two quick steps. And Flash introduces a new, XML-based file format.

Dreamweaver provides plenty of shortcuts to CSS coding, including within the Properties panel.

There many improvements and you can read more at cnet reviews.




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1 comments:

Nita said...

Wow, I can't wait. I love Adobe :) Your blog looks good by the way! Keep it up!