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Creative Cloud Learning Center Tutorials

The Creative Cloud Learning Center provides tutorials for the growing portfolio of CC apps. Be sure to bookmark this page as I update it as new apps are released or links change on Adobe.com.

Creative Cloud Tutorials | Creative Cloud for Enterprise Learning Hub | Enterprise IT Resources for Creative Cloud

==== CURRENT APPLICATIONS ====
The following applications are sorted by general category. I realize Photoshop can be used for drawing, Dimension can be used for compositing, etc. As the Adobe app portfolio continues to grow on desktop and mobile readers have found one long list of apps hard to decipher.

Photography, Compositing, Design
Photoshop | Photoshop iPadLightroom ClassicLightroom

3D/AR
Dimension | Aero

Drawing, Layout, UX, Animation
Spark | Illustrator | FrescoInDesign | Adobe XD | Dreamweaver | Animate | Acrobat DC

Video, Motion Graphics, Audio
Premiere Pro | Premiere RushAfter Effects | Character Animator | Audition

==== APPLICATION RESOURCE GUIDES ====
The following resources link to direct responses to application specific questions, e.g., performance, KB articles, etc.

Optimizing Photoshop Performance | How to Setup Kyle Webster’s Brushes

==== ARCHIVED APPLICATIONS ====
The following applications are EOL (end of life), but still have tutorial content. This list changes to reflect only product tutorials available on adobe.com

Muse | Speedgrade

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Check Current Status of Creative Cloud

2019-11-01 – Added Fresco, Aero, and Photoshop iPad to applications list.

2019-02-04 – Added a new section for application resources, and included the Photoshop performance guide.

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What’s New in Creative Cloud – Keep Track of Continuing Updates

A primary benefit of Creative Cloud is the ongoing feature releases for desktop apps. It can be tough keeping up with every release so I’ve provided a list of popular CC apps with links to their “What’s New” feature timeline. Be sure to bookmark this page as I continually update it with new app releases, and changes to the permanent links on Adobe.com.

== Check Current Status of Creative Cloud ==

===== CURRENT APPLICATIONS =====
The following applications are sorted by general category. I realize Photoshop can be used for drawing, Dimension can be used for compositing, etc. As the Adobe app portfolio continues to grow on desktop and mobile readers have found one long list of apps hard to decipher.

Manage Your Creative Apps and Services
Creative Cloud | Creative Cloud Desktop App

Photography, Compositing, Design
Photoshop | Photoshop iPadLightroom Classic | Lightroom | Bridge
Kyle Webster Brushes | How to Setup Kyle Webster’s Brushes

3D/AR – Visualization, Design, Materials
Dimension | Substance Alchemist | Substance Designer | Substance Painter | Aero

Drawing, Layout, UX, Animation
Spark | FrescoIllustrator | InDesign | Adobe XD | Acrobat DC | Dreamweaver | Animate

Video, Motion Graphics, Audio
Premiere Pro | Premiere Rush | After Effects | Character Animator | Audition

===== ARCHIVED APPLICATIONS =====
The following applications are EOL (end of life). You may continue to use, but there is no ongoing support.

Muse | Speedgrade | Fireworks | Encore | Edge Animate

2020-06-17 – Added Spark, and Substance 3D tools to applications list.

2019-11-01 – Added Fresco, Aero, and Photoshop iPad to applications list.

2019-01-24 – Updated URL for Kyle Webster brushes, and added how to install reference link.

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

Adobe Creative Cloud Adds Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition

Adobe Digital Publishing SuiteStarting today, Creative Cloud members receive a significant update to their membership with the addition of the Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition. As announced on the Creative Cloud Team Blog, DPS Single Edition typically costs $395 per submitted publication, and Creative Cloud members will be able to submit an UNLIMITED number of apps at no cost. If you’re thinking about upgrading to CS6 start thinking about the benefits of Creative Cloud membership.

Lightroom 4 Added to Adobe Creative Cloud

Yesterday Adobe announced Lightroom 4 has been added to the Creative Cloud. As I’ve mentioned previously, the Creative Cloud will continue to grow in value as more items are added for subscribers. In addition to having access to all the CS6 software, plus 20GB online storage, future updates will include DPS (Digital Publishing Suite) Single Edition for subscribers. That’s right Creative Cloud subscribers will be able to publish to iPads & Android tablets. And who among you has taken advantage of website hosting with Business Site Catalyst that comes with Creative Cloud?