Earlier this year, Adobe released a small teaser which showed a glimpse at how Tim Miller has used Adobe Creative Cloud to produce the sixth instalment of the popular Terminator franchise.
This time, Adobe has released a longer video, detailing the behind-the-scenes story of Terminator: Dark Fate featuring its director Tim Miller as well as the editors who have painstakingly worked on the movie for the past few months.
In the video, Tim Miller revealed that he has used Adobe Creative Cloud for almost his whole career as a visual effects artist. He has been using Adobe to edit his own work as early as 20 years ago.
You can watch the video for yourself to see just how useful Adobe Creative Cloud has been in the creative process for Terminator: Dark Fate.
That’s not all.
Adobe MAX 2019, one of the world’s biggest gathering of creatives and technology experts will be taking place real soon, from 4-6 November 2019 in Los Angeles, USA.
During the convention, guests will be able to see for themselves how they can create even more fluid animations with precise customisation using Adobe’s keyframe parameters, as well as the release of Adobe XD which comes with a number of new features such as blend modes, new keyboard shortcuts, updated collaboration integrations and live coediting functions.
Guests can also have a look at Adobe Photoshop’s updated Content-Aware Fill feature, where users will soon be able to gain even more control of the image they will to fill with a new “Auto” and “Custom” option.
You can see a sneak peek of the new feature in action in the video below,
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