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Adobe updates Premiere Pro and After Effects
Adobe has updated both Premiere Pro and After Effects. Try former now supports broadcast-quality HDR, detects edits in scenes automatically, and allows for low res proxy exports. After Effects gets GPU acceleration with Channel Combiner and Channel Effects and allows Roto Brush effects to be imported.
Roundup: Creative Cloud updates 2019
In conjunction with their 2019 MAX convention, Adobe has released a series of major updates to its Creative Cloud apps. Perhaps the coolest new feature is that Lightroom Classic 9 now has a splash screen featuring Wetpixel member Tobias Friedrich’s image! All updates are available to subscribers via the new Creative Cloud app.
Adobe removed the $9.99 Creative Cloud plan and then reinstated it
On their website, Adobe changed the pricing for their Creative Cloud Photography plan yesterday, removing the popular $9.99 option and replacing it with a $20/month option that added 1TB of online storage. Petapixel posted about the change and Adobe were quite quick to respond, stating that they are simply beta testing pricing options and that the $9.99 option is currently still available. At this time, and contrary to some reports, the $9.99 option has been reinstated.
Adobe adds Content Aware Fill to After Effects
Adobe has announced a series of updates to its Creative Cloud video apps ahead of the annual NAB show. Perhaps the most notable new feature is the addition of Content Aware fill to After Effects. Utilizing the Adobe Sensei AI platform, unwanted objects in the frame can be masked and replaced with suitable pixels. The tool will then track the object as it moves through the scene
Adobe releases AI Driven Image Enhance in Lightroom
Adobe has released significant updates to its Lightroom apps and Adobe Camera RAW. The biggest addition is an option of enhancing the details of RAW files. This is done by Adobe’s Sensei Deep Learning engine which interprets and correct issues created by the demosaicing applied by the camera’s image processor. Enhance Details is an option within the Photo menus of Lightroom CC (v.8.2) and Lightroom Classic CC (v.2.2).
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Lightroom Coffee Break: Page Down to Inspect images
enjamin Warde posted a tutorial about using the Page Down key to inspect images on Adobe’s Lightroom Coffee Break. Although he aims this at removing sensor dust, for underwater photographers, the technique works equally as well at removing backscatter within Lightroom. (Hint: Use the “Visualize Spots” function within the Spot Removal Tool).