A new update for Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic is giving users the power to edit images into videos.
The tool allows users to tweak the image and paste these edits into other videos and photos for consistency. It works using the same controls found in the tool’s built-in Photo editorwhich means those familiar with Lightroom can get started right away.
Eager to improve workflows for photographers, the software giant has also released a series of AI-powered presets and tools that simplify photo editing across desktop, mobile and the web.
What’s new in Lightroom and Lightroom Classic?
Improving video support isn’t about to turn Lightroom into a video editor – although users can now trim the beginning and end of clips. Adobe has Premiere Pro for ‘proper’ editing.
Instead, it offers, for the first time, the option to play with the brightness, contrast, and more of a video, using Lightroom’s Photoshop-lite-style sliders. Presets can also be applied to videos.
outlined in your blogAdobe also revealed a number of artificial intelligence tools available for the photo storage and sharing websiteIncluding:
+ Adaptable presets allow photographers to make quick changes to specific areas of an image, such as the sky.
+ The preset amount slider streamlines workflows by allowing users to adjust the intensity of an existing preset – increasing brightness, for example.
+ AI red-eye removala much-requested feature, asks Adobe Sensei AI to remove red eye from haunted subjects.
+ Compare view is designed to let creatives choose their best shots by comparing images side by side.
+ 5 premium preset packs were launched to add handmade presets for photo and video.
Rounding out the updates are Lightroom Discover enhancements, batch copying and pasting of AI masks, and Mask Group Invert for more efficient editing. Forward and backward buttons and local storage management for control over storing photos on the hard drive are also included.
The latest version of Lightroom follows Adobe’s reveal of a Photo Restoration Neural Filter in Photoshop, along with improvements to Photoshop on the web.
However, while users will have to wait for the impressive new neural filter to hit Photoshop on the desktop (and its web-based brethren remain in beta), Lightroom and Lightroom Classic users can start using video editing tools. and AI-powered presets now.
“These innovative AI-driven features for desktop, web and mobile make it quick and easy to create great images on the go with Photoshop and Lightroom. We continue to add new features to Photoshop on the web, making it not only a great way to collaborate on projects, but also to facilitate major editing in your browser,” said Scott Belsky, director of products and executive vice president, Adobe Creative. A cloud.