2021-10-13 05:50:52| Engadget
Ahead of its Max conference on October 26th, Adobe has shared a preview of a feature thats coming to Photoshop on the iPad, and its a big one. You'll soon be able to use its Camera Raw tool to import RAW files from your camera to the iPad. You can use the tool to import any file format Camera Raw currently supports. That includes the ProRAW files that Apple iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro can output. Once youve loaded an image, you have access to all the usual adjustments youll find on the desktop version of Camera Raw, allowing you to tweaks things like the exposure and color of your photo.One nifty new feature is that its possible to import your RAW file as a Smart Object into Photoshop. That means you can add your image to a PSD, open the resulting file in Photoshop desktop and still have access to the embedded file and adjustments. Adobe says Camera Raw is coming to Photoshop on the iPad soon. In the meantime, well likely see the company preview more upcoming features for its various apps at Adobe Max later this month.
2021-10-12 21:34:44| Engadget
PDFs arent the headache they once were, but they can still be a hassle sometimes, especially if all you need to do is make a quick edit. Not everyone wants to download dedicated desktop software for signing the occasional document and their web apps can present their own jank. In a move that feels long overdue, Adobe is releasing Acrobat Chrome and Edge extensions that allow you to access its PDF tools directly through your browser.If you mostly need something that allows you to sign documents, the good news is you dont need an Acrobat Pro DC subscription to access that functionality within the extension. Free access also allows you to add comments to PDFs, in addition to allowing you to download and print them. Its when you get to things like trying to convert a PDF into a Microsoft Word document that youll need to pony up.To be clear, the extensions are separate from Acrobat web, which Adobe recently updated to bring to clear feature parity with its desktop client. If your work involves editing PDFs frequently, youll probably continue using Adobes dedicated app. For everyone else, the extensions should do just fine in a pinch.
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