Apart from the launch of the Adobe Media Player 1.0 software, Adobe also announced the all-new Adobe TV. This is nothing but a free online video resource for expert instruction and inspiration about Adobe products, including the company’s Creative Suite 3 family of world-class creative tools.
Adobe TV will include multiple channels, original series programming and content from Adobe. Also it will guide creative professionals with deep-dives, innovative tips, techniques from luminaries, and behind-the-scenes tours of the hottest creative shops along with Adobe product teams.
Adobe TV features four channels, each targeting a specific audience: Photographers, Designers, Video Professionals, and Developers. Each of the channel features programming from Adobe evangelists, leading trainers, subject matter experts, and luminaries. According to the company, the main aim of the Adobe TV is to educate, inspire and entertain the creative community.
“Adobe TV is the online video source for anyone with wants to see how Adobe tools are being used to create stunning work,” said Bob Donlon, executive producer for Adobe TV. “It brings together experts from Adobe and the creative community to inspire and teach how to get the most from the software that is empowering the delivery of high-impact print, online, video and mobile communications. It’s also the perfect showcase for Adobe’s broadcast video technologies in action.”
The Adobe TV is immediately available online from the Adobe Website at http://tv.adobe.com, or as a network with multiple shows in the new Adobe Media Player 1.0 software. Currently, more than 200 videos are available on Adobe TV.
In addition, videos on the Adobe TV can be sorted by Most Recent, Most Popular and Top Rated to see what others in the community are watching. Also users can share their favorite program with the help of the logs or websites, or e-mailing links to friends.
The first set of videos reveals secrets about Photoshop software, podcasts and design tips for Creative Suite, techniques for Photoshop Lightroom, tips on Adobe Flash Professional software for beginners, approaches to taming the Web, and information about video and audio production.