Adobe is debuting a new version of Creative Cloud at IBC this week, which includes improvements for VR and 3D workflows as well as new tools for easy collaboration.
Explains TechCrunch, “The new collaborative features let teams working on Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude access shared Team Projects, which can operate without dedicated server hardware. They include smart version control, including automatic intelligent conflict resolution so that even when you’re all working on the same files no one’s rewriting one another’s work. Reversions are made easy in case there are any issues, and Creative Cloud or local storage of project files are both supported. You can also easily turn legacy project into Team Projects.”
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