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Adobe Max sneaks reveals what will be new features in upcoming Adobe’s products.

Adobe Max organized its annual Max conference , Like other sessions, sneaks is unique in its style, in a way, creative team of Adobe Max, presents their future Potential Tech projects on stage.


Most awaited session sneaks, happens twice time in year, in Adobe Max and Summit. Sneaks session reveals that what brewing in Adobe Research. And best innovation, goes to be part and parcel of Adobe products.

This year’s Sneaks were co-hosted by Emmy Award-winning writer, comedian John Mulaney, and Adobe’s Paul Trani, Senior Creative Cloud Evangelist.

Without further ado, here are this year’s MAX Sneaks!

#AllinSneak presented by Mina Doroudi

When taking group photos, people usually take turns as the photographer, so one person is always missing from the photo. Powered by Adobe Sensei, Project All in eliminates the need for a tripod and a timer by automatically identifying and adding missing people so that no one gets left out.

#ProjectSoundSeek — Powered by Adobe Sensei -presented by  Justin Salamon

Content creators are constantly looking for specific sounds that occur multiple times in audio recordings. Wouldn’t it be great if you could simply select a couple of target sound examples, and have a machine find the rest? Boom.

#SweetTalkSneak — Powered by Adobe Sensei — presented by Dingzeyu Li

From still to in-motion, Project Sweet Talk creates dynamic videos from static images. The possibilities are endless: animate drawings from centuries ago, random sketches, 2D cartoon characters, Japanese mangas, stylized caricatures, and casual photos.

#ProjectPronto -- Presented by Cuong Nguyen

Creating an AR application today requires heavy technical expertise. Project Pronto combines the benefits of both video prototyping and AR authoring into a cohesive system that allows non-technical designers to rapidly express AR design ideas.

#ImageTango — Powered by Adobe Sensei -- presented by Gunjan Aggarwal

Whether used as an inspirational tool for designers or to bring sketches to life, Project Image Tango mixes two assets to create a new image that has the detailed shape of one and the intricate texture of the other.

#FantasticFonts -- presented by Nirmal Kumawat

In today’s digital world, animated texts are used everywhere. While popular, the process of converting text to animated keyframes is tedious and tiring. Project Fantastic Fonts provides predefined effects so that a previously exhausting task is now quick and painless.

#GoFigureSneak— Powered by Adobe Sensei -- Jimei Yang

The ability to track a person is critical for editors as they produce videos, but it’s not easy. Project Go Figure makes it possible to track using skeletons and contours, enabling smooth and robust tracking even in a crowded scene.

#LightRightSneak  — Powered by Adobe Sensei

Relighting outdoor videos and images has long remained beyond the reach of the casual photographer, especially when it comes to large-scale outdoor scenes, where controlling the lighting is close to impossible. Light Right quickly solves the challenge with 3D scene geometry.

#ProjectAwesomeAudio — Powered by Adobe Sensei

#ProjectAwesomeAudio enhances amateur audio recordings and turns them into professional-sounding recordings with the click of a button. The technology helps with enhancements such as denoising, dereverbing, equalization, and environment matching so that you can take your audio to the next level.


Project Glowstick a plugin that allows people to enrich their artwork by “painting with light” in Adobe Illustrator. The integration of a simple 2D path tracers might just open up a whole new area of 2D illustrations.

#ProjectAboutFace — Powered by Adobe Sensei

The Face-aware Liquify tool automatically detects facial features and helps you adjust them to enhance a portrait or add a creative character to a fun shot. Project About Face allows you to identify and undo these adjustments to revert back to the original image.

Updated on 10:05 am PKT | Mallahpost

Via : Engadget

Source and images courtesy : Adobe

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