Fotolia and Silicon Publishing Release CS5 Plug-in
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Fotolia and Silicon Publishing have released an extension to Adobe Creative Suite (CS) that allows designers to access Fotolia’s library of over 14 million images, directly within Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. “We are thrilled with the new CS Extension technology from Adobe. It’s evolved into a robust solution for developers wanting to extend Adobe’s multiple creative applications with a single development effort. It’s enabled us to use Adobe Flex to create a single CS Extension that connects Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator to Fotolia assets,” said Olav Martin Kvern of Silicon Publishing. You can download the extension from the website below.
Website: Fotolia - Adobe Plug-in
Fotolia Press Release
Silicon Publishing announces ground-breaking extension to Adobe’s InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop
New York, NY, October 11, 2011 - Silicon Publishing and Fotolia announced an exciting new extension that incorporates over 14 million stock photos directly into Adobe’s Creative Suite.
The extension lets users browse, manage, and incorporate stock photos from Fotolia.com directly within Adobe’s Creative Suite applications including Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop. Developed by Silicon Publishing, this new extension streamlines creative workflow by providing easy access to all of Fotolia’s premium content.
The development team at Silicon Publishing developed the extension in just 3 months, leveraging their collective experience as industry experts and as former Adobe engineers. They worked intensively to create interactions with Fotolia’s 14 million images, which include features such as on-the-fly replacement of design comp images with high-resolution versions.
“We are thrilled with the new CS Extension technology from Adobe. It’s evolved into a robust solution for developers wanting to extend Adobe’s multiple creative applications with a single development effort. It’s enabled us to use Adobe Flex to create a single CS Extension that connects Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator to Fotolia assets,” said Olav Martin Kvern of Silicon Publishing.
“Fotolia is proud to be the first major stock photo agency to leverage Adobe’s new CS Extension technology with Silicon Publishing. Their expertise and knowledge of the creative process is amazing, and we think all designers will benefit from this technology”, said Oleg Tscheltzoff, CEO of Fotolia LLC.
Download the extension at http://www.fotolia.com/adobeplugin
Over 2.5 million people prefer Fotolia for affordable, royalty-free images, graphics and HD videos. With the introduction of the Infinite Collection, Fotolia became the first worldwide microstock organization to offer both crowd-sourced and professional images on one site. Founded in New York City in 2004, Fotolia spans the globe with websites in 12 languages and offices in 14 countries. With over 14 million files to choose from, find it on Fotolia.com.
About Silicon Publishing
Silicon Publishing is a leading developer of web-to-print, web-to-web, multi-channel, and other automated publishing solutions. By blending core technologies like Adobe Scene7 and InDesign Server with our own innovations, we enable our customers to automate and produce high-quality content for any medium. We have over a decade of experience implementing best-of-class publishing solutions for some of the world’s top brands.
Image sourced from http://www.fotolia.com/