• Photoshop CC 2015 vs CS6

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    This video shows all the differences between Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC 2015. Watching the entire video can be very useful for those who are still using Photoshop CS6 or older versions and wondering whether it is time to upgrade and also for those who are already using Photoshop CC 2015 but never had time to go through the new features released since CS6.

    Instead of a detailed feature tour I decided to go through everything quickly covering each new feature in less than 15 seconds. To make it easier to navigate within the video I included a list in the description below. Although this list is very detailed it is still not extensive as there are many minor changes to preferences and the user interface that I won’t be covering in this video.

    Click on the features below to jump directly to features you are interested in!

    Photography and Retouching category:
    Perspective Warp 0:30
    Healing Brush real-time feedback 0:40
    Focus Area selection 0:52
    Color blending for Content-Aware features 1:07
    Camera Shake Reduction 1:37
    All-new Smart Sharpen 1:50
    Auto-fill edges in Photomerge 2:10
    Content-Aware Move improvements 2:30
    Image resizing with Preserve Details 2:47
    Path Blur and Spin Blur 3:01
    Blur Gallery, Liquify as Smart filters 3:15
    Restore noise in blurred areas for Blur Gallery 3:29
    Camera Raw as Smart filter 3:47
    Camera RAW Dehaze 4:02
    Camera Raw Spot Removal improvement 4:13
    Camera Raw Radial filter 4:31
    Camera Raw Upright 4:44
    Camera Raw Auto-straightening 4:55
    Camera RAW Panorama Merge 5:05
    Camera RAW HDR Merge 5:27

    General category:
    Faster Performance 5:41
    Behance integration and ProSite 6:07
    Sync Settings 6:42
    Save Recovery preference under File Handling 7:00
    Layer Group update 7:16
    Adjustments can be used as Smart Filters 7:33
    Save in Background 7:58
    Single click unlocks Background layer 8:19
    Conditional Actions 8:28

    Design category:
    Improved Layer Styles 8:50
    Adobe Stock 9:19
    Adobe Color Themes panel 10:26
    Creative Cloud Libraries 10:43
    Live Shape Properties 11:10
    Improved Smart Guides 11:39
    Guide Layout and Guides From Shape 11:54
    Filtering options for Layers 12:29
    Linked Smart Objects and Linked Assets 13:03
    Package 14:11
    Design Space (Technology Preview) 14:42
    Layer Comp improvements 15:08

    Web and Mobile Devices category:
    Generator 15:52
    Multiple files saved from same Layer or Layer Group 16:25
    Subfolders created by Generator 17:25
    New Export option 18:13
    Generate CSS from layers 18:46
    Adobe Edge Reflow integration 19:06
    Artboards 19:48
    Device Preview panel and Adobe Preview CC companion app 20:38

    Typography category:
    Typekit integration 21:46
    Smarter font search 22:20
    Character and Paragraph styles 22:42
    Commit typing with Esc key 23:00
    Glyph panel 23:26

    3D category:
    Photoshop CS6 Extended features included 23:47
    Improved 3D Scene panel 24:21
    3D printing 24:41
    Export 3D layers as Interactive PDFs 25:14
    Automatically generated Bump Maps and Normal Maps 26:11 Show less
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