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

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

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 =====

Creative Cloud | Creative Cloud Desktop App

Kyle Webster Brushes | How to Setup Kyle Webster’s Brushes

Photoshop | Lightroom Classic | Lightroom | Bridge

Dimension | Illustrator | InDesign | Acrobat DC

Adobe XD | Dreamweaver | Animate (Formerly Flash Professional) |

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

 

Critical Bug Updating Lightroom 3 Catalogs to Lightroom 4

Adobe released Lightroom 4 this week to the cheers of many photographers. I wanted to bring to your attention a VERY CRITICAL bug that will impact your Lightroom 3 Catalogs. Thank you to David Swinney for bringing this to my attention via my Facebook page.

It appears that if you update a Lightroom 3 catalog to Lightroom 4 it will overwrite point curves created in the Tone Curve panel within the Develop module for every image. This is regardless of the Process Version used, and it cannot be undone via History (at least reports at this point are inconsistent). Adobe is aware of this issue and working to resolve it.

My recommendation is that you make a copy of your old LR3 catalog prior to updating to LR4. For those that want to see examples of the issue you can read this blog post by Chris Marquardt. If you follow the links he provides you’ll see even more examples provided by other LR4 users.

I will be posting info on my blog, and updating folks as I obtain more information.

UPDATE 03/08/2012 – I received word from Chris Tarantino that this particular issue is not widespread (meaning not everyone has seen it) it also appears to be specific to the use of point curves.