Adobe previews latest technologies with Sneaks


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Today at Adobe MAX, Adobe’s annual creativity conference, comedian Chelsea Handler co-hosted Sneaks with and Adobe’s Paul Trani to offer a preview of the futuristic tech Adobe engineers and researchers are exploring. Sneaks are a preview of new, cutting-edge technologies and early tech explorations from Adobe’s labs. They may or may not make their way […]

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Portrait Tips: Using the new Color Grading tool in Lightroom


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Now, I’m not a huge fan of Instagram filters and most Lightroom preset packs. The reason I don’t like them is that they try to mask mediocrity with fad color tones. Using a celebrity’s preset won’t make your picture look like theirs — it’ll just make your shadows look as colorful as theirs. Hate me […]

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Adobe ‘Sneaks’ Show Advanced DeBlur Tech, Smartphone-Based 3D Modeling and More


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Every year at Adobe MAX, one of the most anticipated showcases is what the company calls “Sneaks.” This is where Adobe shows off bleeding-edge examples of ideas that its engineers are developing.

Years ago, most of the Sneaks shown at MAX were either several years away from release or just product demonstrations that didn’t see the light of day quite like they were demonstrated. However, in recent years Sneaks have tended to show examples of technology that is much closer to being commercially available.

In general, Sneaks cover the gamut of what Adobe software can do, but the examples

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Fstoppers Review DxO PhotoLab 4 With DeepPRIME AI and a Host of Compelling Features


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Fstoppers Review DxO PhotoLab 4 With DeepPRIME AI and a Host of Compelling Features

Today, DxO is taking the wraps off their latest update to their PhotoLab series, PhotoLab 4. It’s a major update of its multiple award-winning photo-editing software. This latest version features DxO DeepPRIME, a revolutionary demosaicing and denoising technology based on artificial intelligence and trained with deep learning.

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Latest Version of Premiere Pro Can Natively Decode ProRes RAW Video


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As part of its massive batch of MAX announcements, Adobe has included a much-needed update feature into Premiere Pro: the ability to natively decode ProRes RAW.

According to DP Review, the ability to decode ProRes RAW in Premiere was selectively available earlier this year, but only for Windows machines running Nvidia GPUs. With this update, that restriction is lifted, and any machine – either macOS or Windows – running the latest version of Premiere Pro will be able to edit ProRes RAW video natively.

Specifically, on macOS, users will need to be running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later,

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DxO PhotoLab 4 focuses on improving details and workflow


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With nearly every photo editor now having some type of artificial intelligence baked in, DxO has decided to take a slightly different approach. With DxO PhotoLab 4, the company built on its already DxO PRIME denoising standard, and also made major customizations to the overall workspace. DxO DeepPRIME Building upon the DxO PRIME standard, DxO […]

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DxO Announces PhotoLab 4 Powered By Its DeepPRIME AI Processing


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DxO PhotoLab 4 is the company’s latest update to its photo editing software powered by a new technology it calls DeepPRIME, a “revolutionary” demosaicing and denoising technology based on artificial intelligence and “trained with deep learning.”

DxO PhotoLab 4 adds a new dynamic interface system, a batch renaming feature, a new editing history tool, the ability to selectively copy and paste specific settings, and a watermarking tool.

DxO DeepPRIME

DxO says it trained its new AI-powered algorithm using “millions of photos” and “several billion samples” that the company has “analyzed for more than 15 years.” DeepPRIME will supposedly

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This Demo Shows the Power of Photoshop’s New ‘Smart Portrait’ AI Filter


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Arguably the most interesting feature added to Adobe Photoshop today was a set of AI-powered “Neural Filters” including Colorize, Style Transfer, and Smart Portrait. The last of these is particularly impressive, and NVIDIA is giving us a peek at what it can do when you really push it.

Smart Portrait—which is actually based on a deep neural network developed by NVIDIA Research—allows Photoshop users to alter facial characteristics like gaze and head direction, lighting angles, and even hair thickness by simply dragging around a few sliders.

Since they had a hand in creating it, the folks at NVIDIA wanted to

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Adobe Premiere Pro Speech to Text


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Adobe Premiere Pro Speech to Text is a new feature that will come to the NLE in early 2021. Speech to Text automatically generates a transcript and adds captions to your videos. With so many people watching on smart devices and content being pushed out worldwide to multiple countries, having the ability to automatically add … Continued

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Loupedeck and Adobe Team Up on Bespoke Photoshop Plugin


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Part of Adobe’s big Photoshop update today was the announcement of a new “plugin experience,” including a bespoke Plugin Marketplace and special Plugin Launchpad. And one of the first photography companies to take advantage of the new experience is editing console maker Loupedeck.

In an announcement that went live exactly 5 minutes after the Photoshop news, Loupedeck unveiled a collaboration with Adobe on a new plugin for Photoshop. The plugin is one of the very first to be built on Adobe’s Unified Extensibility Platform (UXP), which the company integrated into Photoshop this morning. As such, it’s already available to download

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Loupedeck and Adobe Team Up on Bespoke Photoshop Plugin


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Part of Adobe’s big Photoshop update today was the announcement of a new “plugin experience,” including a bespoke Plugin Marketplace and special Plugin Launchpad. And one of the first photography companies to take advantage of the new experience is editing console maker Loupedeck.

In an announcement that went live exactly 5 minutes after the Photoshop news, Loupedeck unveiled a collaboration with Adobe on a new plugin for Photoshop. The plugin is one of the very first to be built on Adobe’s Unified Extensibility Platform (UXP), which the company integrated into Photoshop this morning. As such, it’s already available to download

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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features


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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features

Adobe has just announced the roll-out of version 22.0 of Photoshop, an update that brings a range of new features, including neural filters which can manufacture someone’s smile and change a person’s age, all with a handful of sliders.

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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features


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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features

Adobe has just announced the roll-out of version 22.0 of Photoshop, an update that brings a range of new features, including neural filters which can manufacture someone’s smile and change a person’s age, all with a handful of sliders.

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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features


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The New Photoshop Update Brings Some Dramatic New Features

Adobe has just announced the roll-out of version 22.0 of Photoshop, an update that brings a range of new features, including neural filters which can manufacture someone’s smile and change a person’s age, all with a handful of sliders.

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Adobe unveils prototype of content attribution tool


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After being announced during Adobe MAX 2019, this morning Adobe unveiled a first look at its content attribution tool, as a part of the Content Authenticity Initiative. The tool, which aims to develop an industry standard when it comes to content attribution on the web, hopes to resolve the challenges of manipulated content and deepfakes. […]

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Adobe unveils prototype of content attribution tool


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After being announced during Adobe MAX 2019, this morning Adobe unveiled a first look at its content attribution tool, as a part of the Content Authenticity Initiative. The tool, which aims to develop an industry standard when it comes to content attribution on the web, hopes to resolve the challenges of manipulated content and deepfakes. […]

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PicsArt’s Popular App Tools Now Available Via Your Browser


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PicsArt, a platform for finding images and editing them with AI-based tools, has announced that it is expanding its offering from just its app to the web, giving browser-based creators access to a selection of its tools, with more features rolling out next year.

The new tools are accessible for free and via a subscription on PicsArt.com. Currently-available tools include a template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, and more. PicsArt is also including its entire library of what it calls “premium content,” which includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers, and millions of

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Adobe MAX release brings updates to Premiere Pro, After Effects


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Adobe MAX starts today. This year, the conference is virtual and free! Besides the keynotes and courses from renowned instructors, Adobe is releasing updates to their software. Let’s take a look at what’s new with Adobe Creative Cloud video software. See the updates for: After Effects | Premiere Pro | Premiere Rush After Effects Improved […]

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Adobe MAX release brings updates to Premiere Pro, After Effects


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Adobe MAX starts today. This year, the conference is virtual and free! Besides the keynotes and courses from renowned instructors, Adobe is releasing updates to their software. Let’s take a look at what’s new with Adobe Creative Cloud video software. See the updates for: After Effects | Premiere Pro | Premiere Rush After Effects Improved […]

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