Why should I use Adobe's applications?
February 14, 2013 6:11 AM Subscribe
Why should I use Adobe's applications? Of course, I realise I don't have to if I don't want to. However, I'm a subscriber to their Creative Cloud programme, primarily for Photoshop / Indesign /Illustrator. I already use the competitors to many of the other applications in the bundle. Are there any pressing reasons for me to use the Adobe versions? Please explain to me, but please: without denigrating the applications I already use
posted by Grangousier to Computers & Internet (12 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
Because I'm fascinated to find out why people think Premiere rocks and have no interest in finding out why they think FCPX sucks. I'll use the "vs" convention, but only because it's a convention. What will the Adobe applications allow me to do that I can't do already?
Premiere vs FCPX
After Effects vs Motion (I think Motion probably loses out here, and quite badly, but stil: why do you think AE rocks?)
Dreamweaver vs TextMate + Transmit + browsers
Edge Animate vs learning more about Javasript and jQuery
Muse vs... what is this program good for, anyway?
Indesign + DPS vs iBooks (considering I'd not be able to afford the DPS Pro membership, so would only be able to make enhanced books for iPad anyway)
TypeKit vs FontSquirrel
Lightroom vs Aperture
And, indeed, anything that I've missed vs its competitor. I already have this stuff, what I'd like to know is what the advantages of it are from people who already use it.