Adobe Creative Cloud Membership 12 Month Pre-Paid Membership Product Key Card [Old Version]
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- Download and install the latest versions of the world's best desktop applications for photography, video, audio, and design including Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC.
- 20GB of cloud storage on Adobe Creative Cloud, with the ability to share files with colleagues and clients
- Easily sync files, settings, and fonts with the cloud making any workspace yours.
- Publish your work to Behance, the world's largest creative community.
- A growing library of hundreds of video tutorials to help you explore new tools and ramp up fast.
- Includes MacOS and Windows versions of all apps.
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There are no middle of the road options for those who only do web design or video production and do not need every single program. And for users Production Premium that upgrade once every other version like myself, the switch to CC represents a 300% increase in yearly cost over traditional upgrades.
AND IF YOU STOP PAYING THE SUBSCRIPTION FEE THE SOFTWARE STOPS WORKING!
Adobe has done away with perpetual software licenses and has gone from being a company that SELLS software to a company that RENTS software. This means that if you were to stop paying Adobe $600 a year you will no longer be able to open or edit the project files you busted your butt to make, unless you pay Adobe more money.
THEY WILL HOLD YOUR WORK FOR RANSOM. Stick to CS6 and find alternatives. Unless of course you like being owned by corporate masters.
Adobe put out a survey to production companies months back asking if they would be willing to switch to a subscription platform at a price of $150 a month... So if you think $50 a month is doable, don't be surprised if that price goes up once they've got you dependent on their system. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
I mainly use Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Photoshop, Acrobat and on rare occasions Illustrator. I don't really care about the plethora of other Adobe tools, but with Creative Cloud (CC) I need to get the "Everything" package with lots of stuff I don't want or want to pay for.
No options are available to pick 3 apps or 5 apps for less money - if you want 3 or more products with this pricing model you may as well just get the "everything" option.
Adobe says CC means you get the latest versions - sounds good but in Dreamweaver some extensions break in when new versions some out. Tough. You just get the latest CC version and too bad. While I'm on Dreamweaver, Adobe just dropped the server side actions support - that's support for database queries and server side actions that were widely used. Oops. Does that cause a problem? A free extension from DMXZone was eventually released to replace those essential features, but that's how Adobe thinks about the client.
As for the latest versions, pre-CC I was in the volume licensing support plan. I paid about half the price of the CS web premium and for 2 years I got new versions sent to me as they were released. This was excellent and with perpetual licenses (vs losing the application in 30 days or less if you aren't current) I could have multiple versions installed to support clients stuck with older tech in their web sites.
CC purchased annually will cost me $600/year every year for every seat. That assumes they don't decide choose to increase the price again and again. That's about twice what I was paying for the volume licensing support plan that gave me new versions as they came out.Read more ›
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Adobe appears to have spent more time building payment and digital rights management bureaucracies for this product than good software. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Blunt But Honest
Not a review of the Creative Cloud bersus purchase of the Suite. I am of mixed opinion on that. This is a review of the 12-month or 3-month prepurchase cards. Read morePublished on November 9, 2013 by S. Maxey
I've used Adobe tools at work and always wanted to own the Master Suite at home personally, but could never afford it. Read morePublished on October 26, 2013 by New Parents
Software companies need to flatten their revenue model. In the end, most of us are paying the same amount for our software that we did before the subscription model started. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by Skis
I spend most of my day working with InDesign so that is the product in this suite that is the most important to my workflow. Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Kendall L. Vaughan
Almost 35,000 folks have signed.They don't like Adobe CC licensing.Show @Adobe how you feel.[...]
Another more fiscal way to show @Adobe you dont like the CC licensing... Read more
Apparently Adobe has lowered the price for the first year subscription to $20. per month for CS6 owners (from $30 per month). Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Steve Morgan