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Adobe Creative Cloud subscription 40% discount offer

Well, I hope you’re all enjoying the summer and all that sporting stuff that’s happening. My personal favourite is David Rudisha’s 800m world record. Now that’s beautiful running.

We’ll be back with you for our first autumn meeting on Thursday September 20th – watch this space.

In the meantime, existing license holders for any version of Creative Suite from CS3 upwards can subscribe to Creative Cloud for £27.45 per month (VAT inclusive with a one year contract).

Click on the big advert below for the offer or go here http://www.adobe.com/special/ccmpromo/ccmpromo-na.html?promoid=JVXVD

Creative Cloud August 2012 offer

For more info about Creative Cloud, and what you get: http://www.adobe.com/en/products/creativecloud.html

For those of us who already have a boxed version of the software, don’t forget Cloud offers  some things you don’t get in the desktop version: Muse, Edge, Catalyst, Typekit, Lightroom 4 (new), and the additional Touch Apps, plus online sync and storage.


Creative Suite CS6 peeks – Thursday 19th at 7.30pm

Alun Ward will demo the Photoshop CS6 beta (get it here) and he and Glenn Clarkson will talk about some of the upcoming features in Creative Suite 6 and the Creative Cloud and their recent trip to the new Adobe HQ in Maidenhead.

Just to let you know, the full CS6 details, pricing and features for all products, will be officially announced on April 23rd. If you can’t make it to this meeting, check out Adobe TV for sneak peeks at the new features.

Dariusz Dzialia is going to talk mainly about upgrades to Premiere Pro and After Effects in CS6.

Premiere Pro is getting a few new features that help professionals to speed the workflow, including improved trimming, adjustment layers, new keyboard shortcuts, better multicamera editing and more.

After Effects CS6 offers faster RAM preview, 3D camera tracking, rolling shutter repair, conversion of Illustrator vector graphics to shape layers, raytraced motion graphics and other improvements.

Dariusz is also going to say a few words about two new video applications – SpeedGrade for color grading and Prelude for ingest, logging and transcoding.

We also may have another video related speaker – but if not we’re off to the pub early!!

How much: totally free

When: Thursday 19th April at 7.30pm

Where: OFVM Film Oxford
54 Catherine Street
MAP: http://bit.ly/ofvm-loco