Adobe also presented new tools and its credit-based model.
Adobe shared that the popular AI-powered tools in Photoshop are not out of beta and introduced new AI capabilities through the new Adobe Firefly and Adobe Express Premium applications.
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The team shared they were amazed by the popularity of new tools like Generative Fill, Generative Expand, Generative Recolor, Text to Image, and Text Effects. "Photoshop beta users alone generated over 1 billion assets as part of their unique projects. Now, these capabilities are available to all Creative Cloud subscribers, transforming the way they bring their ideas to life," wrote Adobe.
Creative Cloud members got access to two new apps: Adobe Express Premium and Adobe Firefly. There's Adobe Firefly, a web tool that lets you try different AI-assisted workflows. The team believes this new toolkit will let creators ideate, create, and save time on storyboards, image backgrounds, and color combinations. Adobe Express Premium is described as an all-in-one creativity app that offers new generative AI features like Text to Image and Text Effects. The tool helps creators set up social media posts, videos, images, PDFs, flyers, logos, and more. The tool is seamlessly integrated with Photoshop and Illustrator.
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Adobe also presented a new credit-based model across all Creative Cloud subscription plans. Creative Cloud, Firefly, and Express paid plans will now include a monthly allocation of "fast" Generative Credits that allow subscribers to transform text-based prompts into image and vector content within Photoshop, Illustrator, Express, and Firefly. Then, if you're out of "fast" Generative Credits, you can continue generating content at slower speeds or purchase additional Generative Credits through a Firefly paid subscription plan. Prices for additional Generative Credits start at $4.99 per month for 100 Credits.