Live streaming has been mostly associated with gaming, events, and lectures but the past years have seen an increase in content creators sharing their work on live streams.
Adobe plans to ride on the trend by adding a built-in live-streaming feature into the iPad versions of Photoshop and Illustrator. With this, you can start a broadcast and film yourself from right inside the app to share your art and creations with your followers on Behance.
Show us your stuff! Stream LIVE from Photoshop on iPad, Illustrator on iPad, and Adobe Fresco. Showcase your creativity and build your community of friends and followers. Start streaming: https://t.co/6eL5HGIxnY pic.twitter.com/f7eFdPj9P0— Behance (@Behance) October 20, 2020
Much like how Twitch is a platform for primarily gaming live streamers, Adobe is also pushing its own live streaming platform, based on Behance, for design streamers to share their creations.
Behance previously had live-streaming features for a few years, but it had streams only from Adobe. More recently, the company has been expanding to individual users who want to broadcast. Also, unlike any other streaming platforms, Adobe lets users watch streams from Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fresco through a discover tab.
For the first time, a tool is allowing creators to share using the same tool they’re using to create in the first place. What do you think about this?