Adobe Announces Creative Cloud Updates for Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator and Launches Premiere Rush

At its annual Adobe Max Creativity Conference, Adobe today announced a range of updates that are being introduced to its Creative Cloud software.

Creative Cloud apps that include Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Premiere Pro CC, and Adobe XD are receiving new features, and Adobe is introducing Adobe Premiere Rush CC, the company's new all-in-one cross-device video editing app that's simple to learn and use.


Some of the new features include the following:
  • Photoshop CC - New Content-Aware Fill workspace powered by Adobe Sensei, expanded undo and auto-resizing options, a new Frame Tool for creating image placeholders, Symmetry Painting for creating artwork with mirrored brushstrokes, and a new Home screen with tutorials.

  • Lightroom CC - People View for better organization, search improvements, a Share tab, Apple Photos migrator for importing an Apple Photos library to Lightroom, and several other improvements.

  • Illustrator CC - Support for photorealistic Freeform gradients, global edits, Adobe fonts integration, and a customizable toolbar.

  • InDesign CC - Content-Aware Fit feature and contextually-aware Properties Panel.

  • Dimension CC - New rendering engine with improved performance, and better workflow integration with Photoshop and Illustrator.

  • Adobe XD - New features for creating experiences on voice-powered devices like Amazon Echo.
Premiere Rush, Adobe's new app designed for those who may not be as experienced with video work, is designed to provide an all-in-one experience with tools for capturing video, editing video, and adding color, audio, and motion graphics.


Premiere Rush, available on multiple platforms including iPad, iPhone, and desktop, includes tools for publishing straight to various social networks like YouTube and Instagram, along with built-in access to Motion Graphics templates in Adobe Stock and a one-click auto-duck feature for adjusting music and normalizing sound.

Along with new features for its Creative Cloud apps, Adobe is updating its Adobe Stock app with new search features powered by Adobe Sensei, Adobe's artificial intelligence engine, along with GoPro clips. Adobe Stock is Adobe's content marketplace for photos, videos, images, templates, and more.

Improvements announced in September for Premiere Pro, After Effects, Character Animator, and Audition are also launching today.

Overall, Adobe says that its 2019 Creative Cloud release is designed to provide significant performance and usability improvements, better cross-platform app integration, more intuitive collaboration features and faster access to file assets.

Photoshop's new Content-Aware Fill tool

Full details on all of the new updates and features announced at Adobe Max can be found on Adobe's website.

Adobe's new Creative cloud updates are available to all Creative Cloud subscribers, with plan options outlined on Adobe's pricing website. Premiere Rush CC, Adobe's new software, is available starting at $9.99 per month for individuals. Premiere Rush CC is also included in the All Apps, Student and Premiere Pro CC single app plans and comes with 100GB of CC storage.

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4 weeks ago
Happy with my Photoshop CS6 and yes, I like owning my apps.
Rating: 8 Votes
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4 weeks ago
The best email I think I've received in several years was the confirmation from Adobe that my CC subscription ended. I printed it and hung it beside my desk.

I'm about a month away from ending my CC subscription - this isn't going to stop me. Sketch, Affinity...have enough of what I need now.

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4 weeks ago
I'm about a month away from ending my CC subscription - this isn't going to stop me. Sketch, Affinity...have enough of what I need now.
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4 weeks ago
Sorry, Adobe, I just simply don’t rent software.
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4 weeks ago
So much complaining...
If you run a company that uses this software, it is great, no complaints.
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4 weeks ago

Premiere Rush is exciting, I wonder if Apple will showcase the first true iMovie competitor at the October event.

That would be cool but I'm looking more forward to the supposed Photoshop on iPad Pro. They need to up their game. Affinity photo is eating Adobe's lunch on iPad and there is a chunk of market there. Imagine Photoshop with Apple pencil on a 13" iPad Pro. Game changing.
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4 weeks ago

That would be cool but I'm looking more forward to the supposed Photoshop on iPad Pro. They need to up their game. Affinity photo is eating Adobe's lunch on iPad and there is a chunk of market there. Imagine Photoshop with Apple pencil on a 13" iPad Pro. Game changing.


Yeah and it better be as good as Clip a studio’s port of their own software, but I HIGHLY doubt we get a 1:1 Photoshop (no way it’ll be fully featured). Agree too about affinity showing Adobe how it’s done.

it will take a LOT to pry me away from Procreate/Affinity’s suite for illustration work.
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4 weeks ago
I've just cancelled my subscription. As a hobbyist photographer it's really poor value.

I'm looking for to ON1 Raw 2019 coming next month.
https://www.on1.com/products/photo-raw/
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4 weeks ago
i wish Apple keep up Aperture though :(
Still, upgraded my CS6 last month to affinity and not looking back!
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4 weeks ago
I do hope that one of the significant performance and usability improvements involves Photoshop releasing closed documents from memory so that my Mac doesn't end up choking on the amount of RAM in use by PS for some docs that aren't even open anymore, forcing me to shutdown Photoshop to release said memory. Although, saying that, it happens considerably less recently as I'm moving over to Sketch as my primary tool.
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