Engadget post time: May 07, 2013 at 01:05AM
When Adobe first offered up Creative Cloud to those looking opt for its design software, the outfit promised that those members would get access to new features first. Now, the company has rebranded its Creative Suite to keep the creativity cloud-focused. Adobe has announced an entire line of CC apps at its annual MAX event, replacing the CS naming convention. There’s no word on if those numerals are gone for good, but what we do know is that the list of newfangled tools for Photoshop includes revamped Smart Sharpen, upsampling for low-res images, support for Camera Raw 8 (as editable layers, too), editable rounded rectangles and more. Additionally, a few tools that were only available in the Extended versions of Photoshop (3D editing and image analysis items) are now available in this Creative Cloud version. Join us on the other side of the break for a quick rundown of the digital workbench.
Gallery: Adobe Photoshop CC screenshots
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