September 23, 2017

Adobe Photoshop Dropping XP Support

Adobe Photoshop Dropping XP Support

Windows XP Photoshop users will be out of luck, if they decide to upgrade beyond Adobe CS6. The company recently announced they would no longer be supporting XP beyond the latest CS6 (13.0) upgrade. Adobe plans to to utilize GPUs in a way XP won’t be able to. Yeah, Windows XP did end up a pretty stable OS (by the time it was replaced by Vista), but Adobe says users should begin their “migration plans” to take full advantage of future Photoshop innovations. From Adobe: “Photoshop CS6 already demonstrates that relying on a modern operating system, graphics cards/GPUs and graphics…

Pro Video Coalition: ‘Putting the After Effects CS6 3D Camera Tracker to the Test’

After Effects CS6 3D

Adobe After Effects has long been one of our go-to software apps in the DV Program, and it’s about to get even better with the release of CS6. Adobe is integrating more and more 3D tools into After Effects, making it even more of a one-stop VFX shop. Check out this tutorial on the new 3D Camera Tracker, as well as the new 3D Text tools. Link to this post!Related PostsNew DV Work: Loyalty Lies with the Dead – Walking Dead Fan Film On Set in 360! DV students hit El Rey Network with “Up Route” New DV Work: The…