- export for SVG animation;
- 4k+ video support;
- vector art brushes;
- colored onion skinning;
- rotatable canvas;
- deep integration with Adobe Stock;
- integration with shared libraries.
BIG things to come for "FLASH" users!... https://t.co/rjfkFYhsu4— Josiah Brooks (@JosiahBrooks) December 1, 2015
Goodbye Flash, welcome Animate CC... https://t.co/mQnUIWJq8b— Nicolas Gans (@nicolasgans) December 1, 2015
i'm cautious, but it looks like adobe finally listened. https://t.co/YikWBs9cC5— psychicpebbles (@psychicpebble) December 1, 2015
Adobe Flash becomes Adobe Animate. Hopefully a sign of finally recognising the strengths of the software: https://t.co/U8ISRBNaT4— Jason Tammemagi (@jasontammemagi) December 1, 2015
Adobe Flash Pro renamed to Animate CC to better convey its capabilities: export to SWF, canvas, video, WebGL and SVG https://t.co/kdbm1sNwFQ— Razvan Caliman (@razvancaliman) December 1, 2015
Ben Moss has designed and coded work for award-winning startups, and global names including IBM, UBS, and the FBI. When he’s not in front of a screen he’s probably out trail-running.