When Pebble announced its Kickstarter to fund its watch a few years ago, I jumped on board. For two years I enjoyed the functions and features of the watch, but there was something lacking. Apparently, the company also found something lacking, as it announced it is shutting down operations.
Maxon has announced that the new release of Cinema 4D (17) is now available for everyone to purchase, install, and start generating awesome animations.
Today, Adobe Systems announced the open beta release of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 (no, I’m not going to put all the registered trademark logos all over the place). If you have an Adobe Labs account, you can download the beta, test it, play with it, and use it until March 2012.
Adobe released the information on the all new line of products, which I will call the CS3 line. It is all very sweet and totally rocks. There is a grand unveiling this afternoon at 3:30 PM EDT at the launch website. The complete press release follows. Be on the look out for new tutorials and review in the coming weeks.
Cross Platform Suite Integrates Video Editing, Audio, Effects, Graphics and Multimedia Tools
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium software, a complete integrated post-production solution. Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium offers unprecedented levels of integration across major new releases of its video, audio and web software, including Adobe After Effects CS3 Professional, Adobe Premiere Pro CS3, Adobe Encore CS3, Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended, Adobe Illustrator CS3, Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, and Adobe Soundbooth CS3. Now post-production and rich media professionals have a complete, cross-platform, integrated workflow that enables them to create and deliver visually innovative projects for film, broadcast, web, DVD, and mobile devices.