Adobe launches Creative Suite 5, opens pre-orders

By Jos
Apr 12, 2010
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  1. Adobe has unveiled a brand new version of its popular Creative Suite software aimed at making web production and media creation easier for enthusiast computer users as well as professionals. Creative Suite 5 builds on the interface changes introduced by its predecessor to bring the included tools closer together, with a tighter focus on the designer workflow, while adding a total of 250 new features to the package.

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  2. Adobe products are overpriced and bloated.
  3. maestromasada

    maestromasada Newcomer, in training Posts: 97

    Ahh! Miss Macromedia. Tell me adobe, any reason why our apps are so fat?? Adobe Reader is +100MB while Foxit, same beautiful thing, only a few megs. Is the CS5 going to be a few gigs with 2 and 1/2 hours of installation per program? Please do us favour, slim yourself a little bit.
  4. Armanian

    Armanian Newcomer, in training Posts: 32

    That Content Aware video was absolutely Amazing. I can't help but think what images are going to be created by people when they get ahold of this software.

    Not to mention i also think a high end computer would be needed for it, as watching the video im going to take a wild guess and say that the feature is probably going to be processor heavy.
  5. compdata

    compdata TechSpot Paladin Posts: 604

    I am sure it is very processor intensive, but looks ridiculously powerful. I have avoided purchasing photoshop as i can do almost everything i need in gimp. However if that tool works even half as well as advertised it has the potential to save me hundreds if not thousands of hours!!!
  6. compdata

    compdata TechSpot Paladin Posts: 604

  7. Resynthesizer plugin for Gimp does Content Aware Fill for many years and come with customized options so you can control what it does in depth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2gonFtc1yc

    Now you can avoid purchasing Photoshop once again =)
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