Adobe releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2019

“Adobe on Thursday released Photoshop Elements 2019 and Premiere Elements 2019,” AppleInsider reports.

“Along with the usual slate of new features, this year’s updates focus on automating what would otherwise be complex workflows with the help of Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence,” AppleInsider reports. “Like past Elements releases, Adobe is putting an emphasis on ease-of-use by wrapping powerful software features in an approachable user interface.”

“Photoshop Elements 2019 and Premiere Elements 2019 are available for $99.99 each for new users or $79.99 for upgraders,” AppleInsider reports. “Both products can be purchased together as part of a $149.99 bundle, or $119.99 for existing users.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Have at ’em, Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements users!

5 Comments

  1. They’ve added intelligence to PSE?

    I bought PSE 2018. Essentially a re-packaged version of 13 or 16. Waste of money.

    There are still bugs and common sense fixes Adobe has not made to PSE.

    That’s why I keep PSE 13 on the Dock, to do what is not supported on PSE 2018.

    Will skip this “upgrade” and probably the next. At least they avoid the hyperbole of the car companies, “Totally Redesigned!”

    Otherwise, PSE is easy to use and it has a lot of helpful features. And they don’t make you subscribe to it.

  2. I bought PSE 2018. Essentially a re-packaged version of 13 or 16. Waste of money. PSE 2019 isn’t probably much better.

    There are still bugs and common sense fixes Adobe has not made to PSE.

    That’s why I keep PSE 13 on the Dock, to do what is not supported on PSE 2018.

    Will skip this “upgrade” and probably the next. At least they avoid the hyperbole of the car companies, “Totally Redesigned!”

    Otherwise, PSE is easy to use and it has a lot of helpful features. And they don’t make you subscribe to it.

    Adobe could learn a thing or two about upgrades and customer service from Pixelmator.

  3. Oops.

    Apologies. I pressed return for the insertion of the email address, and it published the comment. Strange.

    Anyway, the 5:17 comment may be considered the upgrade to the 5:15 comment.

    Like the upgrade from PSE 2018 to PSE 2019.

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