This presentation will cover the process of Packaging and Updating Creative Cloud Applications for customers of the United States Government. Some of the content may also be applicable to Adobe’s international Government and Enterprise customers. This presentation was recorded for release on July 11, 2014, so please keep that in mind as Adobe’s product offerings, policies and versioning do evolve over time.
View the recording of the DPS customer webinar hosted by Colin Fleming, Adobe Digital Publishing Evangelist, as he provides an overview of the newest features in DPS v31, the June 2014 Update. Included is a demo by David Schmidt, Adobe Senior Product Marketing Manager as he shows the power of the new CRM Integration feature.
Jun 19, 2014
integration, native, update, API integration, Android, CRM integration, DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, LMS integration, Windows 8.1
Each dot release since March 2014 has added new features and support to native Android and Windows Store apps. The June 2014 DPS Update has more including planned overlay support, custom libraries for Android enterprise, and in-app folio purchase for Windows Store Apps.
Jun 10, 2014
native, Android, DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, Windows 8.1, Windows Store, cross-platform
Public-facing DPS apps will benefit from a number of new features and techniqes released in the June 2014 DPS Update ranging from content promotion to scheduled publishing. Subscription apps on iPad will have a new, prominent display of the most recent folio to encourage purchase, subscription, and download. Publishers can use text notifications on iOS devices to take readers directly into content. And now the workflow from publish, through background download, and text notifications can be scheduled.
Jun 10, 2014
DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, notifications, schedule, showcase folio, workflow
Internal apps used by corporate have new features in the June 2014 DPS Update. Enterprise customers now have access to third-party API integration to build connections between DPS Apps and tools including Customer Management Systems like SalesForce.com and Learning Mangement Systems. These integrations allow DPS apps to record content use and views for later analysis in the CRM, LMS, or other tool. Internal apps can also benefit from requiring folio updates to keep content on devices up to date. This is now supported for DPS apps.
Jun 10, 2014
integration, update, API integration, CRM integration, DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, LMS integration, required folio update, secure content, secure folio
From app installs & re-engagement to custom audiences & recent mobile ad network developments, the social ads business is growing up fast. Learn about the latest trends, best performing ad types and how to make the most of them.
Yu Dan Shi interviews APAC customers and delegates at Adobe Summit 2014. Join us at Adobe Digital Marketing Symposium 22nd July in Sydney & 24th July in Singapore. Register now!
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Product Version: CC
Apr 22, 2014
Adobe Marketing Cloud, Adobe Summit, Digital Marketing
#TeamAdobe has an incredible schedule planned for NAB Show 2014. Find details here: http://bit.ly/AdobeNAB2014 & see exciting new features in action in this collaboration with Ryan Connolly: http://bit.ly/AdobeandtheFrog
Join Adobe Media Encoder product manager Patrick Palmer for a sneak peek of the new features coming soon to Adobe Media Encoder. Along with support for a huge range of formats, the new Adobe Media Encoder CC update can create DCPs for playback on Digital Cinema systems, and AS-11 content packages for creating broadcast deliverables. New fault-tolerant rendering auto-heals red and black frame issues without holding up your render queue.
Join Premiere Pro product manager Al Mooney for a sneak peek to see the new features coming soon to Premiere Pro. With Live Text templates, users can modify text in After Effects compositions without leaving Premiere Pro. Powerful new Masking and Tracking in Premiere Pro make it easy to add feathered masks that follow a subject through a shot. That makes it a breeze to add an effect to a moving object, or to blur out faces or logos for the duration of a shot. Both features include support for Dynamic Link so clips with Live Text templates or Masking and Tracking data can be opened in After Effects for additional fine-tuning or additional animation. With the new Master Clip effect feature, changes that are applied to a Master Clip ripple down to every part of that clip in a sequence—so there’s no need to copy and paste effects to each clip individually. The Premiere Pro update also offers a faster editing workflow with improved handling of large projects and accelerated sorting and searching in the Project panel, as well as enhanced graphics performance, with support for a wider range of GPUs, including GPU debayering for RED media.
Product Version: CC
Apr 02, 2014
Premiere Pro, editing, sneak peek, After Effects, Creative Cloud, Live Text templates, Masking and tracking, Master Clip effect, NAB, NLE
Join After Effects product manager Steve Forde for a sneak peek to see the new features coming soon to After Effects. Along with the new Live Text Template and Masking and Tracking integration with Premiere Pro, After Effects artists will love the new keying effects for getting better results from compressed or badly-shot blue or green screen footage with the new Key Cleaner effect, especially in conjunction with the new Spill Suppressor effect for controlling color spills.
In addition, the After Effects CC update includes Kuler integration, so users can capture colors on their iPhone or in their browser and save them as color swatch themes, to use in motion graphics compositions, or as references for VFX work. Typekit integration provides access to over 700 fonts in the Adobe Typekit library, and the improved Media Browser makes it easy to navigate, including complex media types, such as P2 and XDCAM material.
Product Version: CC
Apr 02, 2014
Premiere Pro, VFX, keying, motion graphics, sneak peek, After Effects, Creative Cloud, Key Cleaner, NAB, Per Mask effects
Join SpeedGrade product manager Patrick Palmer for a sneak peek of the new features coming soon to SpeedGrade. The new updates also offer a more flexible Direct Link color pipeline between Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade CC, the powerful grading application included with Creative Cloud. The Direct Link integration now includes the ability to toggle the Lumetri effect on and off inside SpeedGrade and hide or show tracks or adjustment layers for an easier overview of complex timelines. The new Master Clip effect in Premiere Pro also works in SpeedGrade so grading adjustments applied to one part of a master clip automatically affect all the other parts of that clip on the timeline. With new broadcast standard scopes, including a new YUV Vectorscope, and more refined grading tools it’s never been easier to bring cinematic brilliance to video projects.
Durin Gleaves gives you a sneak peek at new features in Audition CC, including support for Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus, making it easier to create deliverables for broadcast, along with enhance multitrack and custom channelization, so users can create audio with as many channels as required.
Co-directors Ben Knight and Travis Rummel explain the challenges of bringing interest and intrigue to the issue of dam removal, RAW workflows in Premiere Pro and how the switch to Creative Cloud relieved problems - even midstream.
For more information: http://www.damnationfilm.com/
Co-directors Jason Sussberg and David Alvarado interest in science and technology has led them to their perspective to simply let the best technology win – here they discuss this belief, their recent switch to Premiere Pro and Adobe Creative Cloud to explore the scientific reality of immortality in their feature documentary The Immortalists.
Learn more at: www.theimmortalists.com
Writer/director Joel Potrykus discusses his insufferable impatience, his switch to Premiere Pro and Adobe Creative Cloud and why Buzzard was, perhaps, the most independent independent film at SXSW 2014.
Ready to be inspired? Join Adobe and SoulPancake for a conversation about collaborating to create inspirational, thought provoking content while developing community. Learn how today's new creative is bypassing traditional network and cable TV and embracing YouTube and other distribution models, using tools to produce, direct and edit high-production work. SoulPancake is the company behind “Kid President” – the 9 year old who created YouTube videos that ultimately landed him in the Oval Office telling us how to make the world more awesome.
Moderator: Meagan Keane, Adobe
Shabnam Mogharabi – CEO/Executive Producer, SoulPancake
Bayan Joonam – Head of Production, SoulPancake
Ben Shelton - Director, writer, producer, The FlipSide on SoulPancake's YouTube channel
Product Version: CC
Mar 16, 2014
Premiere Pro, YouTube, filmmaking, Bayan Joonam, Ben Shelton, Creative Cloud, DSLR, Kid President, Meagan Keane, Premiere Pro CC
Filmmaker, Iva Radivojevic, discusses her documentary "Evaporating Borders", how she defines herself as a creative, her switch to Premiere Pro through Adobe Creative Cloud and how access to so many creative tools further expands her ability to express her creative vision. Learn more at http://www.evaporatingborders.com and http://www.ivaasks.com
Razorfish hosted the #UseMeLeaveMe "tweeting" bike share program in Austin at SXSW 2014. They used Adobe Social to post to Twitter, moderate the social conversations, and measure the results. Watch it all in action.
At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Adobe and HP expand on the strength and power of their partnership with multiple initiatives from live animation to working with top student filmmakers all leveraging the power of HP and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Animator Dusty Grella explains his longstanding project the Animation
Hotline and how it comes to life at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Creativity is Dusty's lifeblood and he explains why it is so important to
his life and shares advice for aspiring creatives.
Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo describes his 2014 Sundance entry "This May Be the Last Time." Using his grandfather's 1962 car accident as a starting point, the film explores a Muskogee Indian singing tradition that incorporates Scottish missionary songs, Christian hymns, and slave spirituals.
This presentation will cover the process of Packaging and Updating Creative Cloud Applications for customers of the United States Government. Some of the content may also be applicable to Adobe’s international Government and Enterprise customers. This presentation was recorded for release on January 15, 2014, so please keep that in mind as Adobe’s product offerings, policies and versioning do evolve over time.