Tag: Adobe

Adobe Premiere Rush launches on Android

Adobe Premiere Rush, Adobe’s cross-platform video editor for smartphones, tablets, and PCs, has arrived on select Android devices following a broad launch last year on PC, Mac, and iOS. It’s available through the Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy App Store, with new Motion Graphics templates in tow that join the hundreds available in Adobe […]

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Adobe’s path from $200 million to $5 billion in recurring revenue

In 2013 when Adobe launched Creative Cloud, the company broke with selling boxes and refocused on selling subscriptions (software as a service). At the time, the company had about $200 million in annual recurring revenue. Today, Adobe has over $5 billion in recurring revenue. That’s important, because from an investor standpoint, recurring revenue is twice […]

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Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop

Adobe is warning some owners of its Creative Cloud software applications that they’re no longer allowed to use older versions of the software. It’s yet another example of how in the modern era, you increasingly don’t actually own the things you’ve spent your hard-earned money on. Adobe this week began sending some users of its […]

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Adobe: 91% of companies are investing in voice technologies

More than nine out of 10 companies are investing in voice technologies, including voice-based commerce, according to an Adobe study released today. Unfortunately, most of them are making a crucial error: They’re letting IT lead the project. Just over a fifth of the 401 companies surveyed have released a voice app, and almost half (44%) […]

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Adobe is Testing a $20 Monthly Price Tag for Photography Plan With Lightroom and Photoshop

The sweet spot for most subscription services seems to be between $5 and $15 per month. Of course, that can differ depending on the service and what’s included. And while price hikes (and price drops) do happen, most users can expect a bit of a warning before it goes into effect. Adobe is certainly providing […]

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Adobe and Microsoft are using voice AI to search and query contracts

Adobe, the creator of PDFs and readers like Acrobat, is showcasing new voice AI tech to help more people ask natural language questions about contracts and other documents. Called intelligent agents, the prototype works in combination with text analysis from Microsoft’s Cognitive Services and is particularly trained to understand agreement and contract queries. Speech-to-text translation […]

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Adobe previews connected car platform with maintenance tips

At its annual Summit conference in Las Vegas this week, Adobe took the wraps off of a cloud-based app designed to anticipate — or mitigate, worst-case scenario — serious mechanical issues. It made its debut during the eighth annual Adobe Sneaks, an internal program that offers Adobe engineers, researchers, product managers, and designers the chance […]

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Adobe debuts new AI-powered features in Adobe Experience Platform

Adobe is supercharging Experience Platform (formerly Cloud Platform), its sprawling family of content, development, and customer relationship management products, with what it’s calling the “next generation” of its Sensei artificial intelligence and machine learning framework. At the San Jose company’s annual summit conference in Las Vegas this week, it took the wraps off of a […]

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Adobe Updates Premiere Pro to Fix Bug Causing Some MacBook Pro Speakers to Blow Out

Earlier this month, it was reported that a bug within Adobe Premiere Pro software was causing some MacBook Pro speaker units to blow out. At the time of the initial report, the number of those affected by the bug was small, with about a dozen people coming forward. However, after the bug became pubic knowledge […]

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Adobe rolls out new Experience Manager with Smart Tags for video, Visual Search, Smart Crop, and more

Personalized marketing speaks to people. It really does. According to a recent Adobe survey, customers were 51 percent more likely to make a purchase and 49 percent more likely to become loyal to a company if they could identify with the advertising in some way. The trouble is, crafting bespoke campaigns takes a lot of […]

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Adobe Premiere Bug Is Permanently Damaging MacBook Pro Speakers

Sometimes we come across software bugs that can cause the software to crash, cause the operating system to reboot, but it isn’t very often that we run into software bugs that can cause permanent and physical damage to a computer’s hardware components. Unfortunately for some MacBook Pro users, that’s what happened to them. In a […]

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Some Adobe Premiere CC Users Reporting a Bug is Causing MacBook Pro Speakers to Blow Out

Despite a ridiculous amount of testing that goes into hardware and software products ahead of launch, sometimes issues arise after a public launch. Some of those issues are minor and never surface, while others can be a much bigger problem. Of course, it all comes down to the individual who actually experiences the bug. While […]

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