An Editor Lists His Suggestions for Improvements in Adobe Creative Cloud

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Fstoppers's Wouter du Toit gives his list for some of the improvements he'd like to see in Adobe Creative Cloud.

Starting with: "Renders with Adobe Premiere apparently take a lot longer than renders with Final Cut Pro. According to the guys using both, 4K footage in Final Cut is a breeze, as the app is optimized for the Mac. 'It’s like magic!' is not something you hear from the Premiere camp very often unless you have built some sort of super computer. I’m ok with waiting for it, my Creative Cloud subscription gives me more than Apple’s Final Cut will. But I hate wasting time. Adobe can surely start using the mobile Creative Cloud app to send through notification when my Mac is finished rendering the video. It's all connected anyway, so let's make use of it Adobe."

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