Whats New in CC vs. CS6? A Version Comparison
Some key elements of whats new with Adobe CC generally:
A slick and solid new Creative Cloud Desktop App that unobtrusively replaces both the Adobe Application Manager and the Creative Cloud Connection, and does file versioning too.
Cloud-based syncing and sharing of all your customized tool settings like preferences, presets, brushes, shortcuts, workspaces, styles, fonts, colors, and more.
The ability to share and publish your work directly from within your creative tools up to Behance in the Cloud as desired.
680 individual Typekit fonts will now be downloadable and installable locally on your desktop (a nearly $25,000 value if purchased commercially).
Customers with annual memberships will be now able to use all CC products for up to 99 days offline without revalidation or needing to be connected to the Internet (eventually to be 180 days).
The new CC apps will install and work alongside any older versions of Adobe software like CS6, CS5, etc., and will be able to backsave or export to CS6 file formats.
In fact, Creative Cloud members will have access to download and install prior versions from an archive of selected desktop releases starting from CS6 onwards.
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Major New Features in Adobe CC
And heres a quick run-through of some of the top new features in CC for major applications
Photoshop CC: All-new Smart Sharpen, Intelligent Upsampling, Sync Settings and Save to Cloud, New Camera Shake Reduction (Image Deblurring), Conditional Actions, Improved 3D painting & effects, Copying of CSS attributes, Editable rounded rectangles, Multi-shape and path selection, Camera Raw 8 support, all Extended features now included.
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