Adobe Max reveals, yet again, that Adobe’s Creative Cloud is the across-the-board digital resource for video and film creatives. Here’s everything coming to the Cloud in 2017.Top image from Adobe Max via Annie St. CyrAdobe Max is becoming the go-to mega-conference for the company’s growing army of digital creatives. Hosting over ten-thousand digital designers, photographers, videographers, editors, and all manner of multi-hat wearing creatives in San Diego, Adobe Max quite literally jam-packed a convention center full of all things Adobe. Guest speakers Jordan Peele and Quentin Tarantino highlighted presentations by Adobe’s program designers that previewed a host of updates and new features for the next version of the Creative Cloud.For those who haven’t joined the flock, Adobe’s current version of its Creative Cloud (Adobe CC 2017) is a monthly-subscription-based “cloud” service that offers different design-based programs in its suite. The full Cloud includes everything from mainstays like Photoshop, InDesign, and Premiere Pro to more advanced programs like After Effects, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver. There are also hybrid, crossover, and ancillary programs (Bridge, Media Encoder, and the new Behance social platform) that tie everything together.For those in the film and video production industry, the Creative Cloud has become the most popular service for across-the-board editing needs. The Cloud has changed how we work by crossing between programs like Premiere Pro and After Effects with assets and renders in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Media Encoder. If Adobe Max showed us anything, it’s that the Cloud is expanding to further engulf all of our video editing needs. Here’s everything you may have missed.Team ProjectsCurrently in beta, CC 2017 will include Team Builder in Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Prelude as a way to encourage real-time sharing and collaboration between multiple creatives through the Cloud and across the world. At its heart, Team Builder is designed to help those with fragmented offices and scattered assets. Its version controls and conflict resolution screens allow for seamless sharing of sequences and compositions that truly streamlines team editing.Social Publishing PanelAlso currently in beta, Adobe’s Social Publishing Panel promises to optimize how social creators publish and maintain their online video content and communities. You can read our full write-up on the program here, but the big take away is the direct workflow that allows for direct publishing and monitoring from within the Cloud. Additional capabilities include:Cross-platform social publishing Strategic recommendations for peak performanceKeyword presetsCross-platform performance trackingRendition managementCustom thumbnailContent schedulingNew 3D Rendering Engine in After Effects CCFor those interested in working in 3D, After Effects CC’s new 3D rendering engine is now natively included and fully integrated in the program. MAXON’s Cinerender technology drastically improves 3D CPU rendering to allow more edibility in 3D elements, including extended text and Shape Layers without leaving After Effects.Real-time Playback of Source Footage for VFX and Motion GraphicsIn conjunction with the updated 3D rendering engine, After Effects has also upped its game in VFX and motion graphics by updating its video preview architecture to play raw footage in real time. You no longer need to cache before previewing footage thanks to new GPU-accelerated effects. Faster rendering in compositions means enhancements for Dynamic Linking between Premiere Pro and After Effects and speeding up your overall workflow on projects.Destination Publishing to BehanceAdobe continues to push its online creative community Behance as its go-between for creators and their social media communities. With the new version, destination publishing will add to existing capabilities to render and share your videos directly to YouTube, Facebook and Twitter (sadly, no Vimeo yet) with rich metadata directly from Premiere Pro (and Media Encoder).Other Updates and New Features to Creative CloudWithout a doubt, Adobe’s Creative Cloud is growing and expanding its empire at full speed. The cloud-based multi-service suite is adapting perfectly with the market as more and more creative individuals are asked to work cross-platform in today’s digital landscape. The totality of the updates is far too great to contain in this article, but you can check out the digital video updates below or the full roundup of updates for the Creative Cloud from Adobe Max on their blog here.Refined Lumetri Color ToolsImprovements to Virtual RealityFaster and Easier Puppet AnimationLive Text TemplatesTypekit SyncProductivity Gains with Adobe StockBetter Captions and SubtitlesNew and Improved Audio EffectsBroad File Format Support What updates or new Creative Cloud features are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments.
Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The Generals looked like they were well on their way to another victory after holding a 73-68 edge in the final 2:14. But the Blazers made a late run, capped off by a steal by Naboa on Francis Munsayac before coasting for a layup to push his side up, 74-73, with 1:25 left.Naboa extended the lead to three, 78-75, in the last 23.6 seconds, but Sidney Onwubere was quick to respond with a running three with 19.2 seconds left to tie the game at 78. Dino San Juan muffed a potential game-winning three to end regulation.But it was all St. Benilde in the overtime period, staging a 14-3 run to establish the 92-81 lead in the last 1:23 to take the air out of EAC.Juju Bautista led the Generals with a double-double of 17 points, 14 rebounds, and four assists, while Munsayac had 16 markers, four dimes, and three boards.Onwubere got 15 points, 15 rebounds, and three assists against eight turnovers in his penultimate game for EAC.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Senegalese big man Clement Leutcheu topped St. Benilde with 24 points and 14 rebounds, while Edward Dixon got 19 markers, 11 boards, and three assists.Rookie Unique Naboa added 13 points, five rebounds, and five dimes, while JJ Domingo got five of his 10 markers in the extra period, on top of seven assists and five boards.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We never really thought of ourselves that we’re out and we don’t want to play,” said coach TY Tang.“As athletes, every single game, we need to keep on improving and add to our repertoire. It’s about improving ourselves individually and playing together because after this season, it’s still going to be a team next year. It’s important that they continue growing together, and jelling as a team.” For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. LATEST STORIES Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netFighting for pride, St. Benilde trumped Emilio Aguinaldo College in overtime, 94-84, in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Thursday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Blazers halted their four-game losing streak to move up to 4-13, with a game against Letran on Tuesday left in their schedule.ADVERTISEMENT Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students PLAY LIST 01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students04:26Deaf personalities everyone should know05:01What the Deaf want the hearing to know01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games The Generals fell to their sixth straight loss to further go down the standings at 6-11.The Scores:ST. BENILDE 94 – Leutcheu 24, Dixon 19, Naboa 13, Domingo 10, San Juan 7, Suarez 6, Castro 4, Johnson 4, Sta. Maria 3, Belgica 2, Young 1, Velasco 1, Bunyi 0, Pili 0.EAC 84 – Bautista 17, Munsayac 16, Onwubere 15, Garcia 14, Bugarin 8, Diego 7, I. Mendoza 2, J. Mendoza 2, Tampoc 2, Pascua 1, Corilla 0, Neri 0.Quarters: 14-10, 30-36, 55-55, 78-78, 94-84. LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Salado likely out of the season with MCL tear Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ Read Next View comments
Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi: Lampard appointment helped contract decisionby Freddie Taylora month agoSend to a friendShare the loveCallum Hudson-Odoi says Frank Lampard’s appointment gave him an “extra boost” towards signing a new contract with Chelsea.The 18-year-old signed a new five-year contract on Thursday after over a year of negotiations.And Hudson-Odoi has credited Lampard’s presence will helping him decide his long-term future.”I’ve been thinking for a while what it would be like to be playing for Chelsea for the next five years and how everything might go, especially now Frank is here as the manager. “It’s a great feeling for all of us because we know he gives everybody a chance if you’re playing well and working hard.”He’s a very good manager. I can tell that by what he’s trying to do and the things he’s trying to implement into our football. He has the mentality of winning, which we all want and we all need, so him coming in was just an extra boost for me.”He’s already given me confidence, having a chat with me here and there, and it’s great when a manager has faith in you. I’m delighted he’s here and I’m looking forward to working more with him.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
HALIFAX – (NSElxn)The leaders of Nova Scotia’s three main political parties were focused on the provincial capital Tuesday.Each leader spoke before Halifax council about plans for the municipality, where some of the tightest electoral battles are expected in the May 30 provincial election.Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said he’d like the city to be designated a “provincial capital district,” though he was vague on whether that would bring additional funds to beautify Halifax’s parks and main streets.Baillie declined comment on whether the Conservatives would offer the city more than the current $2 million a year for public transit.(The Canadian Press)—(NDP-Commuter-Rail)The NDP says it will partner with the city of Halifax to bring commuter rail to the municipality if elected May 30.Leader Gary Burrill says his party will work to secure access to federal infrastructure money and will provide up to $5 million a year to support annual operating costs.He says the suburban rim around Halifax is “bursting at the seams.”Burrill says having an accessible and modern transportation system will help connect the entire municipality.(The Canadian Press)—(Liberals-Halifax-Gallery)Premier Stephen McNeil is endorsing the idea of a new provincial gallery for downtown Halifax.McNeil says the existing Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is in a heritage building, but efforts have been launched in recent years to replace it due to a lack of space and problems controlling humidity, leaks and air temperature.But he stopped short of providing firm financial commitments — telling city council that he expects Ottawa’s infrastructure program may be able to contribute, along with private donors.McNeil says he believes a larger facility would become a major downtown tourism destination.(The Canadian Press)—(NSElxn-Health-Care)Health care continues to dominate the Nova Scotia campaign as it enters its final week.The Liberals say they will invest $100 million over the next four years to improve access to health care and cut waitlists.They say the Progressive Conservative plan for improving health care “doesn’t stack up” and is short on details.But Tory Leader Jamie Baillie is pledging to fix the province’s “broken system” and is holding a health care rally Wednesday to outline his plan.The NDP is promising to open a pilot mental health hub in Sydney, reverse cuts to community support groups and invest in a mental health and addictions strategy.