Adobe’s Big Creative Cloud Move – Livecast

by on May 11, 2013

in Adobe

Creative Cloud

I’m going to be on with Jimmy Beltz over at PhotoTips for a Livecast as we talk about Adobe’s new Creative Cloud decision. Jimmy tells me that he’s spoken with Adobe and they would be watching the Livecast as well.

We’ll be talking through the specifics of the new Creative Cloud move, and will take questions and comments from others who join in.

If you want to join us, we’ll be kicking off at 1PM ET. You can find the Livecast here on Spreecast.

If you missed it, the replay is embedded below.

Updated: I just wanted to follow-up on a point where I misspoke. Someone asked a question about the download and installation process of Creative Cloud apps. Specifically, the question was whether it was a DMG file for Macs. I said it was; however, it’s actually some kind of application manager from Adobe that installs the individual apps without having to deal with DMG files. Sorry for the mix up.




1 G G May 17, 2013 at 12:12 am

This really sucks.

2 zeljko sepic May 17, 2013 at 2:59 am

I think it will yield rapid fall – that I hope with all my heart because this is not right and it seems to me that it is illegal. It can be compared as when Microsoft some of their products caused by buying Windows software.

3 Tim May 17, 2013 at 10:43 am

They probably don’t care about amateur photographers that upgrade every other release which I am and this make no sense to me and I will just use CS6 for years to come and hopefully by then they will have seen this to be a failed experiment.

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