Introducing the new After Effects CC | After Effects region of interest Today at our Adobe MAX conference we officially launched the next iteration of Creative Cloud that will be available June 17th. Although we have been talking about the next version since NAB – we can now give you the complete details. Todd Kopriva has a great breakdown of what we revealed in Las Vegas last month – as well as some new stuff we didn’t show that is part of the new After Effects CC. What we also announced is that we are moving fully behind Creative Cloud as we release all new features in our creative tools. To be clear – all new features are part of Creative Cloud that each member gets as part of their subscription. For those who still prefer the traditional model, CS 6 is still be available for you, today and in the future. I talk to After Effects users constantly. One thing I heard VERY consistently was the positive impact Creative Cloud made when we introduced it just over a year ago. Why? 1 – Economics Many After Effects artists use After Effects to make a living. 2 – Access
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