Adobe Creative Suite 4


Adobe Cre­ative Suite 4, orig­i­nally uploaded by stechico.

Ear­lier today, Adobe hosted its spe­cial web broad­cast enti­tled, “Some­thing Bril­liant”. It was held to intro­duce to the new Cre­ative Suite 4.

Adobe Cre­ative Suite 4 deliv­ers tightly inte­grated soft­ware and ser­vices that mea­sur­ably improve pro­duc­tiv­ity and enable you to pro­duce richly expres­sive work in print, web, inter­ac­tive, video, audio, and mobile.

I signed up for the broad­cast a week ago but totally couldn’t make it in time as there was traf­fic head­ing into the City early this morn­ing. I’ll prob­a­bly have to just scour search results later for a good write-up/video sum­mary of what’s new and what has been improved. Any­ways, that’s a pretty quick period of release since CS3’s announce­ment in March 27, 2007. Look­ing for­ward to it nonetheless.

On a side note, I’m hop­ing Peach­pit Press releases a Pho­to­shop CS4 Wow! Book in the near future. See­ing that they didn’t even release one for CS3, and have a com­bined ver­sion for CS/CS2, this should be a safe bet as much have changed (workflow-wise) from CS2 and onward. Well, I guess that’s wish­ful think­ing at least.

PS. Here’s a visual rep­re­sen­ta­tion of what to expect per CS4 edi­tion1:
adobe-cs4-email-20080923

  1. If that doesn’t quite do it for you, you may click here to com­pare the dif­fer­ent CS4 edi­tions includ­ing pric­ing. []

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