Adobe, today announced its next wave of innovation coming soon to Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes support for UltraHD (UHD), improved color technology, and new touch workflows. In addition, Adobe Primetime, one of eight solutions of Adobe Marketing Cloud, extends its delivery and monetization capabilities for HTML5 video and offers new tools for pay-TV providers that make TV Everywhere authentication easier and more streamlined. Adobe will showcase the deepening connections across its Creative Cloud and Marketing Cloud offerings at IBC 2015, Europe’s largest professional broadcast show, in Amsterdam, 11-15 September. At IBC, Adobe will also demonstrate growing industry momentum, as customers continue to make the switch to Creative Cloud and Premiere Pro CC workflows. These include the film Deadpool from 20th Century Fox, coming 12 February 2016; Staten Island Summer from Paramount Pictures, edited by Adam Epstein; and award-winning motion picture color grading artist Dado Valentic. Additionally, recently launched services benefitting from Adobe Primetime HBO Now, Showtime, MLB, Sony Pictures Entertainment, RTL Group, Shomi, Voo and Starz (Parsifal). Revealing New Innovation Across Adobe Video Tools At IBC 2015, Adobe will preview new video technology coming soon to Creative Cloud that streamlines workflows for broadcasters and media companies. These include: Comprehensive native format support for editing beautiful 4K-to-8k footage in Premiere Pro CC ushers in a new era of UltraHD. Continued color advancements with support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) workflows in Premiere Pro CC and improved color fidelity and color adjustments come to After Effects CC. Keep pace with rapidly developing color workflows through deeper support for ARRI RAW, Rec. 2020 and other Ultra HD and HDR formats. Introduction of a touch environment with Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Character Animator optimized for Microsoft Surface Pro, Windows 8 tablets or Apple track pad devices. Adjust the duration of a song to match video content with Remix, a new feature in Audition CC. More than a simple looping tool, Remix automatically rearranges music to any duration while maintaining musicality and structure, creating custom tracks to fit storytelling needs. Updated support for Creative Cloud Libraries across CC desktop video tools, powered by Adobe CreativeSync. Now assets, including images from Adobe Stock, instantly appear in After Effects and Premiere Pro, to bring creative visions to life. In Adobe Media Encoder, Destination Publishing, a single action solution for rendering and delivering content to popular social platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo and Creative Cloud, now includes support for Facebook to easily showcase and promote social media projects and campaigns. Adobe Anywhere, a workflow platform for enterprise teams to collaborate, adds the ability to be deployed as either a multi-location streaming solution or a single-location collaboration-only version. “Adobe is redefining video and motion picture workflows to more easily provide fantastic image quality. Color is essential in cinematic storytelling and images with no color correction fall flat,” said Adobe, senior director of professional video product management, Bill Roberts. “And image quality is especially important in a world moving to UltraHD. With our continued Creative Cloud advancements, Adobe is helping production companies more easily create compelling UltraHD content for any screen.” “Color is now everyone’s responsibility in production. Feature updates in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, such as Lumetri Looks, enable filmmakers and editors to control the look of a project throughout the production process, from the initial script to the end, ultimately giving them more creative control. I look forward to what’s coming next in Creative Cloud,” said Mytherapy, founder and chief colorist, Dado Valentic.