The idea came after some Photoshop engineers proposed the "crazy idea" of running authentic Photoshop code on the iPad, and grid a few things here and there along the way, which eventually resulted in a "proof of life" concept that blossomed into a complete product.
The updates to Photoshop CC announced at Adobe's annual Adobe Max conference may be relatively modest, but the bigger news is the development of "REAL" Photoshop CC across a whole range of devices, not just high-powered desktop computers.
Adobe Inc (NASDAQ:ADBE) has launched a new app that it hopes will help the company make even more headway in the booming video content industry.
In related news, Adobe is also previewing "Project Gemini", a drawing app for iPad and other platforms.
Finally out of private beta, Premiere Rush CC offers mobile-first video editing that combines pro feature with a simple interface.
The same toolbars in Photoshop CC on the desktop.
There are a number of templates available to access to customize your project as well. Premiere Rush is also included in the All Apps, Student, and Premiere Pro CC single app plans along with 100GB of CC storage. Premiere Rush allows users to edit, colour correct and add motion graphics more quickly and easily when compared to the standard version of Premiere, according to Adobe. Users will be able to open and edit native PSD files using Adobe's standard Photoshop image editing tools, for example, and it'll with all of the same toolbar options as the desktop app. With Photoshop CC coming to the iPad in 2019, we could see Apple start a transition to custom processors in the Mac in 2020. The paid version of the video editing app is available for $9.99 (roughly Rs. 700) per month for individuals, $19.99 (about Rs. 1,500) per month for teams, and $29.99 (around Rs. 2,200) per month for enterprise customers.
The good news is, there is a free Starter plan that you can download and install with access to all Premiere Rush CC features, but you can only export up to three projects.