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Many of us make a living on our expert use of Adobe products. As you probably already know, Creative Suite 6 made a splashdown this week. Sites across the Tuts+ network covered the new features, and the difference they’ll make. We give you the rundown after the jump.
What’s your take on the new suite? Are you using it already? Loving it or hating it? Let us know in the comments.
Psdtuts+: Introduction to Photoshop CS6
Psdtuts+ have put together a great collection of tutorials – 10 in all – summing up and demonstrating the key new features of Photoshop CS6.
“Photoshop CS6 has finally arrived. It has come packed with new features and tweaks that will significantly improve your workflow and enhance your tool set. In this series we will take a look at some of Photoshop CS6’s new features and show you how they work.”
Activetuts+: Flash CS6: What’s New?
“Most of the big new features in the flagship Flash software do not involve Flash Player at all; the one exception seems to be integration with Starling, the Stage3D library for 2D assets which we’ve covered before. Other than that, the emphasis is on mobile and HTML5 development.”
“Adobe is officially releasing it’s CS6 suite today. It’s new features are exciting, but their Creative Cloud solution is making headlines. Soon users will be able to subscribe to Adobe for a monthly fee and get access to the entire CS6 package, all for just $50/month if you sign up for a year. The whole shebang will be available in the next 30 days.”
Webdesigntuts+: Adobe Photoshop CS6: Improvements for Web and UI Designers
“Photoshop CS6 has been hailed as a huge improvement for web and UI designers. I’m going to share with you some of the features that Photoshop CS6 Beta has to offer and demonstrate how they can help you in your web or UI design workflow.”
Aetuts+: My First Visit To NAB In Las Vegas
Adam Miller talks about his time at NAB in Las Vegas, and his impressions of the demo of After Effects CS6 he saw while there.
“I also got to see a demo of AE CS6. The new features are quite exciting. They’re going to be including a very user-friendly 3D Tracking featured that spun off the Warp Stabilization back end. The introduction of Ray Tracing will allow for basic 3D extruded text within AE without needing 3rd party plug-ins. The end result of the extrusion was a bit limited, but for what for most people want, I think this will be a well-used addition. There are other functions than just 3D text, but it was by far the most common practical use.”
Adobe Audition isn’t a big player in the world of music production. Audiotuts+ asked the readers whether the new features in CS6 are enough to make a difference.