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    Default Adobe launches Creative Suite 6 in India

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    Creativity is in everyone and everywhere. Now it is on the cloud too. The Adobe Creative Suite 6 lets users bring their creativity to life anywhere, anytime. It allows them to create content for any platform/device and publish it from anywhere. This is cloud at its best, though India will have to wait a while for this feature.

    The new CS6 gives users 13 new versions of Adobe products, all supporting 64 bits. Among the products are the new Speedgrade and Prelude. The suite also conforms to HTML5, CSS3 standards. The new Photoshop Extended also gets about 600 new features while ushering in the Mercury graphics engine as well as 3D support. Meanwhile, InDesign can now work on multiple formats.

    Adobe sees India as a big growth engine, especially since it is one of the few countries where the print segment is growing. So to tap into a segment where Adobe was not available for long, InDesign will now support 10 Indian languages.

    "This is the single biggest offering from Adobe with 10 million hours of work going into the product. The new Photoshop alone will have 600 new features," explains Umang Bedi, MD South Asia at Adobe Systems.

    Adobe Creative Suite will be available for sale within 30 days through authorised resellers as well as their new online store. The CS6 Master Collection will cost Rs 1.56 lakh, the CS6 Design and Web Premium Rs 1.14 lakh, while the CS6 Design Standard will cost Rs 78,288.

    However, the Creative Cloud, which lets users make use of all features in the suite from anywhere, will be launched in India only later. Interestingly, the CS6 has been launched in India a couple of days after the global launch, highlighting the importance of the market to Adobe.

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