Photoshop for Web Beta!



Ever wanted Photoshop in your web browser? Well yesterday Adobe launched the beta version of exactly that. Well, that is, if you’re Canadian, eh!

Links

———————————————————————————————————–
*Support* :
*GameDev News* :
*GameDev Tutorials* :
*Discord* :…

37 Comments

  1. Links
    https://gamefromscratch.com/adobe-launch-photoshop-for-web-beta/
    ———————————————————————————————————–
    Support : https://www.patreon.com/gamefromscratch
    GameDev News : https://gamefromscratch.com
    GameDev Tutorials : https://devga.me
    Discord : https://discord.com/invite/R7tUVbD
    Twitter : https://twitter.com/gamefromscratch
    ———————————————————————————————————–

  2. There was this blatant PS ripoff, Photopea, also running in a browser, that was 100% free and worked across the globe.
    I've had it bookmarked for a couple years now. It seems to have WAY more options, including numerous Filters you'd come to expect from a PS wannabe.

  3. Adobe also owns Photopea, right? And now they have this!?
    Fine, I'll dig the grave, you guys make the coffin

  4. 5:56 Amazing. This seems specifically for collaborating with people who have photoshop wanting to make small edits with others who don't have photoshop cause there are better tools out there for free.

  5. If this ends up incorporating the javascript based plugin system, PS utility will skyrocket.
    For example with comment, 2:47, the entire acceptance process done through the browser or on a cheap VM.

  6. Meh, too little too late when Photopea has existed for so long and there are so many other art programs that can do just as much now. Adobe used to have a monopoly, even if people were pirating it they were still using it, but now? I haven't had to open an adobe at all this year.

  7. Honestly I'll probably use this over normal photoshop most of the time, just because the UI looks like its designed with adobe devs actually using half of their brain, instead of putting icons in random locations.

  8. They do everything BUT let you fully customize keybinds, brush settings including an anti alias setting, and add a fucking view flip that stays centered on the area you're zoomed at.

  9. I wonder how they do PSD via browser. Most likely things must go through server, because I don't know of a way to make a PSD file in-browser, purely client-side. Btw, Light Brush has had a few updates, albeit no release notes atm. You can check out tool options menu (fine tuning for tools, like wand etc) Help->Tool Options will run a demo overview. A few UI additions as well.

  10. You skipped some infos about photoshop for web
    – you need subscription to use it, cant make new file without subscription.

  11. thinking about how my parents refused a cheap house in Canada when I was too young to have a say in it…
    sad… very sad…

  12. This is some bullshit. Not only do you don't own your software. Not allowed to have a physical copy and you're forced to remotely use it via loading it into a browser from a server

  13. It's annoying that you didn't link to it in the description and instead make us visit your website first. I understand wanting to drive traffic there, but c'mon.

Comments are closed.