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- Enhance and perfect your photos with Photoshop and Lightroom
- Create logos, graphics and icons with Illustrator
- Produce printed documents like postcards, flyers, posters, and magazines and business material like business cards, brochures and reports with InDesign
- Design and publish websites with Dreamweaver or Adobe Muse, and create prototypes of mobile apps with Adobe XD
- Make stunning videos for film, TV and web
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Adobe Creative Cloud Membership and System Requirements
Creative Cloud websiteThe Creative Cloud website and associated websites such as the Adobe Admin Console and Enterprise Dashboard are all designed to work optimally in the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The site should degrade gracefully on older browsers; you may have trouble using certain features on those older versions. Internet Explorer 9 and earlier are not supported.
Desktop ApplicationsCreative Cloud membership provides access to all creative desktop apps for download and installation on your local computer, as well as additional apps and online services. Desktop applications included with your membership are available in both Mac OS and Windows versions. All 2015 Creative Cloud desktop apps have a minimum operating system requirement of Mac OS X 10.9 and Windows 7, or later. Earlier versions of Creative Cloud apps are supported on earlier operating systems.
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Adobe Creative Cloud Membership
Everything you need to create amazing work – anywhere you are.
Creative Cloud gives you the world’s best creative apps – and they’re always up to date – so you can turn your brightest ideas into your greatest work across your desktop and mobile devices.
Creative Cloud gives you our entire collection of creative tools for your desktop, like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Adobe Premiere Pro. Plus some really great mobile apps so you can creative whatever you want wherever you are. And all your creative assets, including Adobe Stock, are always right where you need them.
And it's all connected. With CC Libraries, your favorite assets – images, colors, text styles and more – are all available within your desktop and mobile apps. Adobe Typekit lets you access thousands of fonts right inside your apps.Show off your work with all-new Adobe Portfolio. When your finished, share your work with the world, follow other inspiring artists, and even find your next professional opportunity on Behance, the world's largest creative community.
Plus, mobile apps that work seamlessly with your favorite desktop apps
Adobe Photoshop Mix, Adobe Photoshop Fix, Adobe Lightroom for mobile, Adobe Capture CC, Adobe Illustrator Draw, Adobe Photoshop Sketch, Adobe Comp CC, Adobe Preview CC, Adobe Premiere CC, Adobe Premiere Clip, Behance, and Creative Cloud
Includes latest versions of these desktop applications:
- Adobe Photoshop CC
- Adobe Lightroom CC
- Adobe Illustrator CC
- Adobe InDesign CC
- Acrobat Pro DC
- Adobe Bridge CC
- Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Adobe After Effects CC
- Adobe Audition CC
- Adobe Dreamweaver CC
- Adobe Muse CC
- Adobe Animate CC
Creative cloud gives you our entire collection of creative tools for your desktop, like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Plus some really great mobile apps so you can create whatever you want wherever you are.
Creative Cloud Libraries
With Creative Cloud Libraries your favorite assets – images, shapes, colors, text styles and more – are all available within your desktop and mobile apps.
Video and audio editing tools that work together to provide end-to-end solutions.
Use image enhancing features to improve photos in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC.
Then share your work on Behance.
Showcase with Adobe Portfolio
Create a beautiful and professional online portfolio of your school projects without any knowledge of coding or web design.
Creative Cloud Libraries
Access, organize, and share creative assets with other users, and Adobe desktop and mobile apps.
Store and Share
Use Creative Cloud Assets to store, manage, and share your Creative Cloud content-including files synced rom the Creative cloud desktop apps. Mobile apps, and Creative Cloud Libraries.
Build Mobile Apps
Build standards-based HTML5 applications for multiple screens.
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As a long time user of the Creative Suite (since CS2), I have always updated my software as updates were available. Owning my own design studio, there was one year where i went from CS3-4-5. As a very small business, this was an expensive upgrade but still affordable. Each upgrade averaged $350-400. Because I spent the money back when CS2 was available (and i am sure it was at least $1500) I made the commitment to Adobe and have since then. Unlike many others out there who pirate software.
Now Adobe is telling me I have to spend $50/month, to the tune of $600 a year to use their products?
Screw that. As long as my clients are still using CS6, I will not fall into the CC scheme.
I feel that Adobe should have grandfathered in long time users at an affordable rate that is equivalent to what our upgrades used to cost us.
Adobe, SHAME ON YOU.
1. The subscription model eventually removes all pressure for Adobe to innovate.
It used to be that Adobe had to win our hard earned money over with amazing new features. If the upgrades were lacklusters, then people simply skipped them and waited until there were a good enough release to warrant spending money.
With the new model customers have no choice but to keep spending, since Adobe will take away everything if they ever stop paying. What are you going to do when this publicly traded company does what it's supposed to do and spends as little money on development as it possibly thinks it can get away with? You have no way to protest with your wallet, since no serious entrepreneur can suddenly just stop opening the files they have created.
2. It's way more expensive than the old models, no matter how you try to spin the numbers. Adobe is admitting this too when it's addressing the stockholders in the 10k form by officially stating:
over time we expect this business model transition will significantly increase our long term
revenue growth rate by (1) attracting new users, (2) keeping our user base current and (3) thereby driving higher average
revenue per user.
3. Higher prices for the rest of the world.
Adobe is charging a lot more for international customers which has no real basis in a digitally distributed product.
The cloud forums are full of customers with huge amounts of technical issues, especially regarding the activations, which are now a monthly thing instead of something you did only after installation. Adobe seems to think of it's users as beta testers and keep releasing buggy software. This problem is even worse with the cloud model.
5. Terrible customer support
When things go wrong, as they will, you have no other choice than to talk on the phone with someone who is very likely from India. Yes, not online chat or even a ticket system. I guess it's nice for Adobe that their customer support doesn't put anything in writing so it's harder to show people the many half-truths their agents are spurring. And guess what: even the phone service is shut down during weekends. So if your cloud software stops working at friday evening, you are out of luck until monday morning. Thanks Adobe!
6. More frequent activations
Everybody hates the hassle of software activations. Well now there will more of that joy. You basically need to connect every month now. Not nice especially for those who like to keep their workstations offline and sterile. Activations are only punishing those of us who already bought the software. Pirates can easily circumvent activations so they actually have no need for activating their software. Activations end up only bullying the honest customers.
Now all your copies can stop working because of a single point failure in the activation server. Many people are reporting repeated monthly problems with activation. And of course, if you miss a critical deadline because of a mistake made by Adobe, their license agreement makes sure they have no responsibility or liability in the matter
7. You can only buy the subscription with a credit card
Before you could use whatever payment methods the reseller provided, like Paypal etc. Now it's credit card only. Well all Americans might have credit cards. That's certainly not the case for the rest of the world and I believe that is a good thing. Many students don't have credit cards. Many cities and communes definitely won't be able to pay with a credit card.
8. You have to commit to a full year of subscription or the price is even higher.
That's right, if you thought the 50 $ price is high, it get's even better if you want to have the flexibility of ordering on a monthly basis. In that case you are looking at a whopping 75 $ per month.
Its ok, I guess. I gave it a two star because of the Photoshop CC updates, they are pretty cool and handy for what I need. Plus other developers are working on some really nice and useful extensions that I need for my web design work.
However, be warned, once you start you cannot stop....without paying the price. When Creative Cloud came about I was a student and got grandfathered in with my student/teacher edition somehow. Thus, I only had payments of $31 for the entire suite. However, when my computer crashed, I no longer needed it as I would have been without a computer. So I went to try to cancel it....very very difficult to do. You cannot cancel online, but by phone only. And when you do cancel, you will be CHARGED for not using the product to the full scale of the membership period. The charge rate is about half of the cost of your membership x the number of months left. ---Very expensive I may add.
Long story short, I just downgraded to Photoshop CC. The others I can live without as there is enough competition that can help me do the job. Dreamweaver is bloated and there are other vector based programs that can replace Illustrator. Same goes for Indesign. Muse is a joke to web designers everywhere, your better off using Bootstrap or something like that to get the job done.
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