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Adobe Stories December 21, 2020

Adobe has announced the first public access to Premiere Pro native M1 support through a beta version of its Mac video editing software. Premiere Rush and audio editing tool Audition also get native support in new betas for Apple’s M1-powered Macs.

As with Photoshop (but in contrast with Lightroom), Adobe is taking a phased approach, with initial betas supporting only a limited number of features …

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Adobe Stories December 8, 2020

Adobe today updated its ecosystem of Lightroom photography apps, most notably adding native support for Apple Silicon Macs. Lightroom is one of the first Adobe Creative Cloud apps optimized for the Apple M1 chip.

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Adobe Stories October 21, 2020

Adobe is holding the Adobe MAX 2020 conference this week, where the company introduced several new features and updates for its software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and After Effects. Besides these updates, Adobe has also showcased new “Sneak” projects, which are sneak peeks of new features that may be available in Adobe’s software in the future.

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Adobe Stories October 20, 2020

Adobe today announced the inaugural release of Aero Desktop, the long-awaited AR creation companion to Aero on iOS and iPadOS. Aero is available today in public beta as part of Adobe MAX 2020, where Adobe announced significant updates to its entire ecosystem of apps like Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator, and Fresco.

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Adobe is bringing Fresco, its life-like drawing and painting app, to the iPhone. The app is available for free today as Adobe MAX 2020 kicks off online with sessions streamed to artists around the world. I talked with Adobe and an artist beta testing Fresco on the iPhone to learn why they think big ideas can come from a smaller screen.

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I use Adobe Illustrator almost every day on my Mac to create many of the graphics, podcast covers, and feature illustrations you see here on 9to5Mac. When Adobe announced last November that Illustrator was coming to iPad, I was both thrilled and a bit skeptical. Could an Apple Pencil and touch display provide the same level of precision as a keyboard and mouse? I’ve been testing Illustrator on the iPad for the past two weeks to find out.

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