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Adobe further rolls out AI tool Firefly and launches GenStudio for Enterprises

Adobe further rolls out AI tool Firefly and launches GenStudio for Enterprises

Adobe is bringing its AI tool Firefly to all services while making it available to users worldwide. It is also launching GenStudio, a solution that will simplify enterprises’ entire content supply chain through generative AI.

Firefly is available in Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects and all other Adobe apps. Users worldwide can utilize the AI image generator starting today; the tool is available in over 100 languages. The general availability follows a six-month testing period. The tool will now be automatically offered in Adobe Creative Cloud, Express, and Experience Cloud.

Users will receive 100 to 3,000 credits per month, depending on the subscription they subscribed to, for creating AI images via text, for generative filling, generative expanding and generative changing of colours. Free users can claim 25 credits monthly. It was previously announced that the tool’s features are limited to free users. Until the first of November 2023, these limits do not apply to paying users, and endless experimentation with Firefly is possible.

Adobe GenStudio

In addition, Adobe is making a new solution immediately available to enterprises. This is Adobe GenStudio, a solution that supports the design, creation, production and follow-up of a content idea.

For this purpose, the solution combines several AI solutions from Adobe. The combination includes Creative Cloud, Firefly, Express, AEM Assets and Workfront. Firefly and Express take care of the rapid creation of an idea, Workfront, AEM and Creative Cloud ensure that the creation flows immediately to all the company’s creative departments so that they, too, can work with the idea. Finally, Adobe Experience Cloud handles the distribution of the creation in the desired format and tracks how the creation scores with audiences. GenStudio further capitalizes on your company’s needs and style by linking company data.

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