Adobe Inc. operates as a diversified software company worldwide. Its Digital Media segment provides tools and solutions that enable individuals, teams, and enterprises to create, publish, promote, and monetize their digital content. Its flagship product is Creative Cloud, a subscription service that allows customer to download and access the latest versions of its creative products. This segment serves content creators, experience designers, app developers, enthusiasts, students, social media users, and creative professionals, as well as marketing departments and agencies, companies and publishers. The company's Digital Experience segment offers products, services, and solutions for creating, managing, executing, measuring, monetizing and optimizing customer experiences from advertising to commerce. This segment serves marketers, advertisers, agencies, publishers, merchandisers, merchants, web analysts, data scientists, developers, marketing executives, information management and technology executives, product development executives, and sales and support executives. Its Publishing segment offers products and services, such as e-learning solutions, technical document publishing, web conferencing, document and forms platform, web application development, and high-end printing, as well as publishing needs of technical and business, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) printing businesses. The company offers its products and services directly to enterprise customers through its sales force and local field offices, as well as to end-users through app stores and through its Website at adobe.com. It also distributes products and services through a network of distributors, value-added resellers, systems integrators, software vendors and developers, retailers, and OEMs. The company was formerly known as Adobe Systems Incorporated and changed its name to Adobe Inc. in October 2018. The company was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.
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Adobe Creative Cloud apps perform 83% better on average on M1 Macs over those on Intel Macs
An independent benchmarking project run by Pfeiffer Consulting has discovered that Adobe Creative Cloud on an M1 Mac performs more than 80 percent better than a similarly configured Intel-based MacBook Pro.The tests compared two similarly configured MacBook Pros — a 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro configured with 16GB RAM, 2TB of SSD, and a 13-inch Intel Core i5 MacBook Pro configured with 16GB RAM, and 2TB of SSD.The benchmark project was designed to analyze in detail how the first generation of Apple Silicon hardware performs in the context of creative workflows. The benchmarks covered seven of Adobe's Creative Cloud applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and XD. Read more...
Adobe's latest round of updates to its audio and video tools brings a much-demanded feature to Mac users: Adobe Audition now runs natively on Apple M1 Macs.On Tuesday, Adobe released updates to its popular video and audio editing apps, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition. Both apps saw general stabilization and speed updates, making the programs easier and more reliable to use.Both apps also feature a loudness meter with presets for regional loudness requirements, such as EBU for Europe or ATSC for the Americas, and presets for Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Netflix, and YouTube. Read more...
Adobe Creative Cloud Pro offers over 200 million assets for professionals
Adobe is launching a new Creative Cloud subscription explicitly geared for business professionals, dubbed Adobe Creative Cloud Pro Edition, complete with more than 200 million images, vectors, illustrations, and more.Creative Cloud Pro Edition is designed to give workplaces an easy way to license images for use while also providing business access to all of the Creative Cloud apps and services.Those who subscribe to Creative Cloud Pro Edition will get unlimited downloads of photos, vectors, illustrations, templates, and 3D assets from the Adobe Stock core collection. Currently, this collection houses over 200 million assets. Read more...
Apple got Adobe Flash to work on iOS but performance was 'abysmal,' says Scott Forstall
Contrary to a very public stance against the adoption of Adobe Flash, Apple at one point in the development of iPhone and its underlying iOS operating system attempted to build in support for the once-ubiquitous software.The tidbit, revealed by former iOS chief Scott Forstall during a taped deposition for the upcoming Epic Games v. Apple trial, is salacious news for longtime Apple followers.According to Forstall, Apple attempted to work with Adobe to get Flash working on iOS. The topic came up when the former executive was asked about integrating cross-platforming capabilities in iOS, a potential avenue of inquisition Epic could explore in the upcoming trial. Read more...