Get 40% Off of Adobe Creative Cloud for a Limited Time

Black Friday is almost upon us, which means now might be the best time to sign up for Adobe Creative Cloud.

Even though Black Friday is still over a week away, Adobe is getting a jump on their special November sales event.

From now until November 29th, you can get 40% off an "All Apps" Creative Cloud subscription that includes everything from Premiere Pro to Photoshop.

The 1-year All Apps Creative Cloud subscription regularly retails for $52.99 if you pay for it monthly or $599.88 if you prepay the entire year. 

With this deal, you're looking at $29.99/mo. and $359.88 prepay.

And that gets you over 20 different Adobe CC programs. Here's a full list:

Head on over to Adobe to learn more about their Black Friday sale    

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I even would not use Adobe CC if it was free.

Why?
Because I had angry customers in the past, because of not adhered dead lines, caused by Premiere, After Effects or even Photoshop and Acrobat which were more busy with crashing instead of doing the job.

Maybe your system sucks, you may ask?
No. I switched over to alternative products which are very solid and, also concerning the workflow, much faster. Now, I get my job done 4-5 faster than before.
This means: I can do 4-5 more projects than before and earn money.

Adobe has passed their best times, they got lazy with software qualitiy and now they are seeing into a dark future while competitors are on the fast lane.

November 18, 2019 at 11:43PM, Edited November 18, 11:44PM

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JeffreyWalther
Steadicam Operator/Owner
1996

Any chance you could let me know which alternative software that I could use to fully replace After effect?

November 19, 2019 at 4:42AM

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visionrouge.com
DoP freelance cameraman 4K HK & Shanghai.
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If you're using AE for motion graphics, Apple Motion is way more efficient for most of what you'd use AE for. If you're using it for compositing, Davinci Resolve has a more robust compositor built into it. I think most people only stay with Adobe because it's convenient and familiar because they learn it in college or when they first started. Invest a little time into learning the alternatives and you'll see how bad Adobe really is.

November 19, 2019 at 9:37AM

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Jeremiah Kuehne
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Sure.

* Adobe Premiere -> Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve (also best for color grading)

* Adobe After Effects -> Blackmagic Design Fusion (also embedded in DaVinci Resolve)

* Adobe Photoshop -> Affinity Photo
* Adobe Illustrator -> Affinity Designer
* Adobe InDesign -> Affinity Publisher

If you know those a bit, you will notice how worse the workflow in Adobe really is, and how time consuming it is. It took me several tries, but then made the step and I am not looking back anymore. My edits are faster, my effects are faster done, the colors look much better than with Lumetri, masks can be tracked in realtime (try this in Premiere! LOL), rendering is much faster. I mean: really fast. Depending on your color grading and effects, almost realtime.

November 19, 2019 at 10:22AM, Edited November 19, 10:23AM

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JeffreyWalther
Steadicam Operator/Owner
1996

FYI, if you already have CC, go to cancel your current adobe plan and they offer the same 29.99 pricing as well.

November 19, 2019 at 9:49AM

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Matt Conrad
DIT
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I just did this, it was a little overcomplicated because my monthly plan was going to run through December (after the promotion) and after cancelling it wouldn't let me re-subscribe while my current plan was still active. Hopped on the chat function and it took like 5 minutes for them to make the change for me. Worth it.

November 19, 2019 at 4:29PM

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Just logged in to say this and saw you beat me to it. That's an extra $250 I'll be saving and promptly spending on FCPX in order to finally get around to learning it.

November 20, 2019 at 11:04AM

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