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Adobe Photoshop Touch for mobile phones
Adobe announced the immediate availability of a new version of Adobe Photoshop Touch, optimized for iPhone, iPod touch, and Android smart phones. Inspired by the highly successful Photoshop Touch for tablets, the phone app brings core features of Photoshop desktop software to mobile devices and offers similar intuitive, touch-based gestures and features. Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone offers powerful new capabilities for smartphone users, including the ability to enhance images using popular Photoshop features such as layers, selection tools, filters, tonal and color adjustments; apply effects and add graphical text fo; edit images as large as 12 megapixels with layers; combine images together quickly using the Scribble Selection feature, and easily refine selections with the Refine Edge tool; and automatically sync images to Adobe Creative Cloud with free 2 GB of storage. Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone is immediately available in the Apple App Store and Google Play for $4.99 US. For iOS devices, the app requires iOS 5, iPhone 4S and iPod touch 5th generation; Android phones must run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later. [source]
Python trademark at risk in Europe
Python Software Foundation, the non-profit corporation that holds the intellectual property rights behind the Python programming language, announced their trade mark is at risk in Europe. PSF announced, that the owner of the python.co.uk domain Veber has decided to start using the name "Python" for their server products. According to PSF's London counsel, some of the best pieces of evidence PSF can submit to the European trademark office are official letters from well-known companies "using PYTHON branded software in various member states of the EU" so that they can "obtain independent witness statements from them attesting to the trade origin significance of the PYTHON mark in connection with the software and related goods/services." If you want to help, get more information on PSF's blog. [source]
ArtRage 4 with Wacom stylus features
AmbientDesign Ltd. released ArtRage 4, the latest update to its Mac OS and Window-based painting software. Fourth versions brings several new features, including paint symmetry, gradient fills, Wacom stylus features, clone tool, non-uniform transformation, new toolbox panel, and more. Out now for $49.90 US; upgrading information is available here. [source]
Adobe Photoshop 1.0 source code published!
With the permission of Adobe Systems Inc., the Computer History Museum made available the source code of the 1990 version 1.0.1 of Photoshop. The source distribution is for non-commercial use only, and contains all the code, with the exception of the MacApp applications library that was licensed from Apple. It comprises of 179 files with 128,000 lines of mostly uncommented but well-structured code, written in Pascal (75%) and 68000 assembler (15%). Read the whole article on computerhistory.org. The source code is available for download, here. [source]
New camera support in Aperture 3
Apple released an update for its photo editing and management application Aperture 3, as well as iPhoto '11. The update adds RAW image compatibility for Leica D-Lux 6, V-Lux 4 and Leica X2, Nikon D5200, Pentax K-5 II/K-5 Iis/K-30 and Pentax Q, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1. Download the update here. [source]
Krita 2.6 supports OpenColorIO
The Krita team together with the Calligra team announced the release of Krita 2.6, new version of the popular, free painting application for Linux and Windows. There are hundreds of bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as support for the OpenColorIO color management system (like OpenGL support, the Lut docker with OpenColorIO integration is only available on Linux). Some Linux distributions have Krita 2.6 already available in their backports/experimental repositories, Windows versions are available here. [source]
Photoshop CS6 13.0.4 update for Mac OS X
The Adobe Photoshop CS6 13.0.4 update enables support for new HiDPI displays on the Macintosh platform for a dramatic improvement in image fidelity and resolution. This update applies to all languages of Adobe Photoshop CS6. For convenience and reliability, Adobe recommends that you apply this update directly from within Photoshop. To do so, choose Help > Updates in Photoshop CS6 and apply all of the updates listed under Adobe Photoshop CS6 in the Adobe Application Manager. Download it here. [source]
Adobe CS2 applications for free? No, clarifies Adobe.
When trying to activate Creative Suite 2, Acrobat 7, or Macromedia products, customers received errors during the process - as of December 15th, 2012, Adobe shut down the activation servers for these products and made available a version of these software titles that does not require activation. Downloads and serial numbers are available on this page. But these are only available to "existing licensed users of CS2 who need to reinstall their software [...] copies of CS2 that don't require activation but do require valid serial numbers are available," clarified Adobe's Dov Isaacs. "Adobe is absolutely not providing free copies of CS2!" [source]
Adobe Photoshop CS6 13.0.3 update for Mac OS X
The Adobe Photoshop 13.0.3 update enables support for new HiDPI displays on the Macintosh platform for a dramatic improvement in image fidelity and resolution. This update applies to all languages of Adobe Photoshop CS6 and can be applied from within the application (Help > Updates, apply all of the updates listed under Adobe Photoshop CS6 in the Adobe Application Manager). [source]
Free version of Adobe Revel!
Adobe is eliminating the 30-day trial and replaces it with a free version of its photo app Revel. With the free version of Adobe Revel, users get the ability to import as many photos as they want in the first 30 days. After that they can import up to 50 photos every month. By upgrading to Revel Premium as an in-app purchase in the Revel App, users get an unlimited photo import for $5.99 US per month, as well as the ability to automatically import new photos added to the Camera Roll on iPhones and iPads. [source]
Adobe Premiere Pro CC: New timeline, new shortcuts
Adobe has introduced an all-new version of Premiere Pro. The Premiere Pro CC, an Adobe Creative Cloud exclusive, features a redesigned timeline, intuitive track targeting, and dozens of new shortcuts; the new Link & Locate functionality that helps users track down their clips quickly; a Lumetri Deep Color Engine including the new Looks Browser, enabling to add looks from Adobe SpeedGrade as easily as adding a dissolve; Audio Clip Mixer for precise audio control; brand-new capabilities for importing and manipulating closed captions; multiple GPU export support; support for a wider range of GPUs in the Mercury Playback Engine; and more. Coming mid-June. [source]
MODO 701: Trial version available
Get your hands on the latest release of MODO, Luxology's modeling, animation, and rendering software for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux systems (Linux version is currently in beta).
Epic Games releases Epic Citadel on the web
Epic Games and Mozilla have continued a close collaboration first revealed during last month's Game Developers Conference to release the Epic Citadel demo on the Web running in HTML5.
GenArts Sapphire 7 debuts at NAB 2013
GenArts released Sapphire 7, new version of its set of visual effects plug-ins for Autodesk, Avid, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Nuke, OpenFX, and Sony Vegas Pro platforms.
Autodesk Smoke 2013 Extension 1
Autodesk announced Extension 1 for its professional video editing software for the Mac, Smoke 2013.
E-on software ships LumenRT 4.1 Studio
E-on software announced the availability of LumenRT 4.
Steinberg Cubase 7.0.4
Steinberg announced the availability of the Cubase 7.
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