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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Lightroom Mobile + Adobe Premiere Clip

Turn your Lightroom collections into instant video presentations right from your device.

Install Adobe Premiere Clip on your tablet or phone and it works in conjunction with Lightroom Mobile, giving you multiple sharing options and royalty free music which synchronizes with your images.

Adobe’s Terry White has a video tutorial at Creative Cloud Blog showing just how simple it is to use the free app - Adobe Premiere Clip with Lightroom Mobile Collections.


Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Lightroom: Scroll bar not visible in the Book Module

Some users report difficulty with changing page templates in the Book Module due to a missing scroll bar. 

It is a known issue and you can follow the feedback link at the bottom. 

This appears to affect Windows versions as the scroll button is present on Mac versions of Lightroom.The link states that users have to guess where the scroll bar is located and I can confirm it is possible to click just below the faint horizontal line and then drag up and down to view all the page templates.  As indicated with red arrow on image below.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Flash Professional is now Adobe Animate CC

Adobe releases Animate CC in February 2016 with support for evolving web standards.

Design interactive animations with cutting-edge drawing tools and publish them to multiple platforms — including Flash/AIR, HTML5 Canvas, WebGL or even custom platforms — and reach viewers on virtually any desktop or mobile device.

See how the leading vector animation tool-set helps you work faster and create content that looks terrific on everything from mobile devices to the latest ultra high-resolution displays.

Adobe Corporate Communications says: "While standards like HTML5 will be the web platform of the future across all devices, Flash continues to be used in key categories like web gaming and premium video, where new standards have yet to fully mature. Moving forward, Adobe is committed to working with industry partners, as we have with Microsoft and Google, to help ensure the ongoing compatibility and security of Flash content."