Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Send your work to the desktop, part of Adobe Mobile Apps For Designers.
- [Voiceover] The final step in taking your design…from Adobe Comp CC on to the desktop, is to send it there.…But first you have to decide…exactly what format you want it in.…Because when I tap the share icon in the top…right corner up here, I have the option to send it…not only to Photoshop, not just to Illustrator…but also to InDesign as well.…Let's see exactly how this works.…The first thing I'm gonna do is I'm going to…send this to Photoshop CC.…It's then going to kinda go through it you can see…the little progress bar in the top right corner.…Once this has finished and it's sent over to the desktop,…it should automatically open inside of that…application, provided of course that I'm signed in,…using the same Adobe ID that I'm…signed into here on my iPad.…
Now it should be noted also that these compositions…can get really large because of the amount…of information that's inside of them.…So it could take a little while…to send over to your application.…Once this loads up inside of Photoshop,…it's gonna come in, and you may see a dialogue box…
- Creating custom patterns, color themes, and brushes with Capture CC
- Vector drawing with Adobe Draw
- Image editing and compositing with Photoshop Mix
- Retouching with Photoshop Fix
- Drawing and painting with Photoshop Sketch
- Creating layouts with Comp CC
Skill Level Beginner
Drawing on the iPad with Adobe Sketchwith Tony Harmer1h 11m Beginner
Accelerated Design with Comp CC and InDesignwith Tony Harmer1h 37m Intermediate
1. Adobe Capture
2. Adobe Draw
3. Adobe Photoshop Fix
4. Adobe Photoshop Mix
5. Adobe Comp CC
Create a layout with Comp CC5m 47s
6. Adobe Sketch
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