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Adobe Launches e-Learning Suite 6, Presenter 8
San Jose, Calif. — July 18Adobe Systems Inc. has announced the immediate availability of Adobe e-Learning Suite 6, the company’s toolbox for creating professional-grade e-learning and HTML5-based m-learning content. The suite aims to enable e-learning professionals, educators and trainers to create immersive, interactive courses complete with simulations, product demos, digital imaging, rich animations and audio production. Anchored by Adobe Captivate 6 and the new Adobe Presenter 8, Adobe e-Learning Suite 6 includes several titles including Adobe Flash Professional CS6, Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended and Adobe Acrobat X Pro. Adobe e-Learning Suite 6 aims to enhance productivity with round-tripping workflows between Adobe Captivate and Adobe Audition CS6, Adobe Flash Professional CS6, Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6 and Acrobat X Pro. For example, users can open Adobe Captivate files in Adobe Audition CS6 to adjust speech pitch and alignment or Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6 to retouch images and create 3D graphics. Pre-built, native extensions with Adobe Flash Professional CS6 aim to enable users to generate sprite sheets and more.Further, the new Adobe Presenter 8 aims to empower business professionals, trainers and educators to create video presentations right from the desktop without the need for specialized equipment or training.
With Adobe Presenter 8, users can streamline projects and lower costs of producing and editing videos with a single desktop service. They are also able to capture slide presentations, webcam video and audio and mix components without a separate video editor. The intuitive interface aims to make it easy to edit and trim video, pan and zoom, adjust brightness and sharpness levels, and enhance audio quality by reducing background noise.
A host of video add-ons, including the ability to highlight select portions of a screen, insert annotations and apply text overlays, aims to make it easy to polish a presentation while the “Adobe Presenter to YouTube” feature allows users to publish a completed project with one click.Source: Adobe Systems Inc.
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