Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection

As part of our Future Desktop project, we have taken the opportunity to look at the software licensing of some of our more widely used products. Adobe products are widely used across the University and to date have generally been bought on a School by School basis. We’ve found a much better deal to licence these on a Campus wide basis and the great news is that the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Master Collection will be available to all staff and students on our Campus from the start of Semester 1 2012-13. What’s in this suite? Take a look on the Adobe web site for all the details:

This powerful package includes the following software packages. Whether you will use them all or not will depend on your course or role as a member of staff. Watch out for more news nearer the time as these become available!

  • Photoshop – well known to many of you
  • Illustrator – a powerful vector graphics editor
  • InDesign – desktop publishing software for print, tablet computers and other online environments
  • Acrobat Pro – for creating PDF documents
  • Flash – for creating interactive online content
  • Dreamweaver – web design and HTLM editing
  • Fireworks – to create visual mockups, 3D graphics, and interactive content for tablets and smartphones
  • Premier Pro – powerful video editing software
  • After Effects – to create cinematic visual effects and motion graphics
  • Audition – for editing and producing audio files with a wide range of controls and features
  • SpeedGrade – to correct and touch up colour
  • Prelude – to help organise your media production tasks
  • Encore – for DVD creation
  • Bridge – for organising your digital media
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