Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Integrating your Capture CC projects with Libraries, part of Adobe Mobile Apps First Look.
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- [Voiceover] Once you've captured your assets…and started loading them into libraries,…you can then gain access to those inside of…desktop applications like Adobe Illustrator.…Much of what I'm about to show you here…is also accomplishable through other apps…like Photoshop and InDesign as well,…but we'll just start here in Illustrator…because I have this vector shape that I want to use.…So, first thing's first, how do we start using…our color theme that we created?…Well, when I start to draw things out here on my artboard,…you can see that I can just click…inside of the Libraries panel if I navigate…to that My Library, I can just click on things,…and, let's make sure I'm on the fill,…not the stroke, and I can cycle through…all those different colors, just like that,…using my Libraries panel.…
In addition to that, if I want this graphic…anywhere in my document, I can just drag it out.…It automatically comes out as live vector artwork.…I can rotate it around so that it's standing straight up,…and then we can kind of shrink that down a bit,…
- Capture CC, for creating color themes and brushes
- Photoshop Mix, for image editing and compositing
- Photoshop Fix, for retouching
- Photoshop Sketch, for hand-drawn projects
- Illustrator Draw, for vector drawing
- Comp CC, for creating layouts on the go
Find out how these new tools can unlock your creativity—wherever it takes you.