Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 Specifications and Reviews
This software is a unified design environment that combines full new versions of Adobe Photoshop® CS2, Illustrator® CS2, InDesign® CS2, GoLive® CS2, and Acrobat® 7.0 Professional software with new Version Cue® CS2, Adobe Bridge, and Adobe Stock Photos.
Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 New Features
Image editing with Adobe Photoshop CS2
Multi-image digital camera raw file processing
Accelerate your raw file workflow with simultaneous processing of multiple images while you continue working. Import images into your choice of formats, including Digital Negative (DNG); enjoy automatic adjustments to exposure, shadows, and brightness and contrast; and much more.
Revolutionary Vanishing Point
Achieve amazing results in a fraction of the time with the groundbreaking Vanishing Point, which lets you clone, brush, and paste elements that automatically match the perspective of any image area.
Advanced noise reduction
Polish digital photos with advanced noise correction in high-ISO shooting plus JPEG artifact reduction.
Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 Specifications
Min supported color depth:
16-bit (64K colors)
CD-ROM, Internet connection
System requirements details:
384 MB 4 GB
Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 Reviews (Last update: 03.09.05)
Robert Vamosi from CNET rated 8 out of 10 stars the Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 and wrote:
“The good:Overall, better integration; new Photoshop supports high-end image formats; new GoLive works with more Web standards, including mobile; new Illustrator converts line drawings to vector-based graphics; new Acrobat allows comments within PDF files.
The bad:Requires fast hardware; some file incompatibility within InDesign; ImageReady still not fully integrated within Photoshop.
Intended for photo and design specialists working on print or Web projects, Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 Premium is a worthy upgrade.”
ZDNET rated 8 out of 10 stars to the Adobe Creative Suite 2.0 and wrote:
“The good:Overall, better integration, new Photoshop supports high-end image formats, new Illustrator converts line drawings to vector-based graphics, new GoLive works with more Web standards, including mobile , new Acrobat allows comments within PDF files
The bad:Requires fast hardware, some file incompatibility within InDesign, ImageReady still not fully integrated within Photoshop.
Photo and design specialists will appreciate the increased integration of files among this suite’s various applications, which include Photoshop, Illustrator, GoLive, InDesign and Acrobat.”
ITReviews.co.uk reviewed the Photoshop CS 2.0 and wrote:
“With Creative Suite 2, Adobe has upgraded the individual programs and beefed up the integration between them. Usefully, there is now a distinction in Version Cue 2.0 between ‘versions’ (historical steps in the creation of a document) and ‘alternates’ (alternative designs for a document). This means you can now create several alternates for a Photoshop image, place it into an InDesign or GoLive layout, then switch between the alternates using the Version Cue interface within those programs. Switching between alternates is hardly a one-click task but you do get to see thumbnail previews and annotations to help you, and it is easier than rolling back versions in the old Version Cue 1.0.”