Adobe is launching an open source video editing software suite called Creative Cloud that aims to give you a more productive editing workflow with a number of new features.
The company launched its new Creative Cloud suite of editing software at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and it’s been available in preview for a couple of months now.
This week, the company has released an updated version that includes the Adobe Premiere Pro X plug-in.
Here’s what Adobe says about the new plug-ins:The new plug‑in allows users to edit in Premiere Pro as well as other editing software, including Adobe Premiere CC, Adobe Premiere Elements, and Premiere Pro CC 2018.
Premiere Pro features a redesigned workflow system that lets users edit in a single tab, or as many as six tabs at a time, instead of multiple tabs.
Users can also share their work in Premiere by tagging it with a tag such as “edit in”, and then using the new tags feature to add tags to their work.
The Adobe Creative Cloud Suite includes Adobe Premiere, Premiere Elements and Premiere CC 2018, along with several new plug‐ins.
These new plugins are designed to make editing in Adobe Premiere easier than ever, with a variety of new tools and features, including the ability to tag, copy, and paste text.
In addition to the plug-innovations, Creative Cloud also includes the new Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-introspection tool, a new file viewer, and a new video editor plug-interactive.
Adobe says that users will find that the Adobe Creative cloud suite has a “new look” and feel that “makes it more approachable and intuitive.”
For now, the Adobe CC Suite of editing tools is still available, but the company is planning to offer other editing products as well.
For instance, the new Premiere Pro Tools Suite will be available later this year.
In terms of what the new tools will look like, Adobe has confirmed that the company will offer a series of preview versions of the new software, so we should have a better idea of what to expect in the new version by the end of the year.