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- [Instructor] Adobe Capture is a fantastic app for the phone, and tablet, and it's actually easier to do some things inside this app than it is on the desktop software, and that is saying something. Once you're signed in, this is what you'll be presented with. Now, Capture is formed of five modules, and if you look towards the top of the screen, you'll see there that shapes is highlighted and underlined; that is the first of the modules, and what that allows us to do, is to create vector shapes, and we can use those in a whole bunch of places across the Creative Cloud platform.
The patterns module allows us to create patterns to use in Photoshop, colors allow us to create color themes, that we can use across the board in Creative Cloud. With the brushes module, we can create brushes for Illustrator, brushes for Photoshop, and even brushes for Adobe Photoshop Sketch. Looks, allow us to create something called a lot, and that's a lookup table, and we can use those to change color looks inside of Adobe Premier, Adobe Premier Clip, and also, Adobe Photoshop.
The assets themselves can be created from the camera on the device, or from your Creative Cloud files, and a range of other sources, including your camera roll. The assets have to be stored in a library, and if you look at the top of the screen, you'll see there, it says my library, and tapping here allows you to choose which library your assets are going into. Although, you also get that choice a little bit later on in the creation process, as well.
I'll just cancel out of that. Over on the right-hand side, there's an ellipsis icon at the top, and if you tap that, this allows you to perform some library-related functions, such as, renaming your library, collaborating with others, and you can do that where they can add and remove the same as you. In fact, if I tap that, you'll see that we can invite people to collaborate from here, and we can determine whether or not they can edit, so they will have exactly the same powers as you, as it were, or whether they can just have a read-only version of it, I'll just close out of that.
We can also share an instance of a library by sending a link, and that allows people to download the library, they can then add and remove to it, as they choose, but it will have no effect on your library, and we can delete a library from here. Going across to the top-left of the screen, this is where we can perform a range of functions related to our use of the app and our account, so you can see here, how your signed in, and you can sign out from there.
You can find out more about the version of Capture that you're using, you can even view some tutorials on the simple use of the app. I'll just close out of that. Is down at the bottom, in each of the modules, where you start a process. So, tapping the plus there, for example, in the module I'm in at the moment, will begin me creating a color look. There is one tucked-away little feature with this plus, by the way, that is very, very useful, and I find it especially useful when I'm working on the phone, and that's a long-press on the plus, actually gives me the modules to select from here, as well.
So in the very next movie, we're going to be starting with shapes, and you'll see just how easy it is to create a fab vector shape inside of Adobe Capture.
- Exploring the Adobe Capture CC interface
- Spot-healing in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Creating soft-focus effects
- Painting in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Importing a photo and making adjustments with Adobe Photoshop Mix
- Sending your projects to Adobe Photoshop CC
- Creating a new Adobe Comp project
- Managing products and documents in Adobe Comp CC
- Drawing with the basic tools in Adobe Illustrator Draw
- Exploring Adobe Photoshop Sketch
- Sharing your work on Behance