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Adobe enhances its video collaboration platform

Adobe has expanded the capabilities of its video collaboration platform, making it easier for teams to work together on photos and PDFs in a centralised cloud-based workspace. The new feature is aimed at a wider range of creative professionals and businesses. With nearly three million users already, the move will see broaden its reach in the creative industry, catering to photographers, videographers, editors and marketers who need to share work in progress with remote teams. To make remote working on photography and PDF documents easier, has developed native integrations with FUJIFILM X-H2 and X-H2S cameras.

The camera-to-cloud capabilities allow users to transfer photos directly from the camera to’s cloud platform, eliminating the need to transfer the photos onto a hard drive first. This makes the sharing of assets easier and faster, especially when working on projects with stakeholders who are not on location. To support PDF documents, has developed new enhancements that enable customers to natively open and mark up PDF files on iPhones and iPads, while enabling all PDF and photo annotations to be seen on these devices and the web, just as with videos.

Adobe has also previewed Forensic Watermarking, a solution that deepens the digital protection of sensitive pre-release content. The new security feature will embed invisible watermarks on video assets, using pixel-level details that are capable of surviving screen recording, file copying and external recording. Forensic Watermark will build on’s recent security certification by the Motion Picture Association’s Trusted Partner Network as a TPN+ early member, guaranteeing customers the highest possible level of security for the highest value content.

“’s new support for images and PDF documents is a game changer, expanding the platform’s appeal to new audiences,” said Ashley Still, senior vice president, Creative Product Group and Digital Media Growth at Adobe. “Today’s innovations empower every creative professional to work collaboratively and streamline the content process, while increasing agility and velocity.”

Adobe’s latest release of will be on display at the 2023 NAB Show from April 15-19 in Las Vegas, at booth #N2438. Fujifilm’s native Camera to Cloud integrations for X-H2 and X-H2S cameras are available now.

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