Learn about new features and enhancements in the June 2021 release of Aero mobile iOS (version 2.6).
The Sept 2021 release of Aero mobile (iOS) has the following new features:
Quickly replace assets; new assets will keep the same placement and behavior settings as the original asset.
For more details see, Replace Asset.
Group objects so that you can move, place or assign behaviors to many assets at the same time, dramatically speeding your editing workflow.
For more details, see Place and Edit Scene Content.
Improved navigation of the Home tab across iOS and desktop – easily find past documents and check out new artist work on the Discover tab. Includes back-end updates to speed syncing of your documents in the cloud. Conflict avoidance upgrades make working on the same document on multiple devices smoother.
For more details, see Getting Started With the User Interface.
Pins enable authors to direct the movement of objects in a scene. Drop a pin in the location where you want an object to end up. Pins are visible only at authoring time and can be used in behavior sequences containing the Move to, Aim, Orbit and Follow actions.
For more details, see Add interactivity to digital assets.
Shadows are now cast on a wider surface area so they do not appear clipped.
The November 2020 release of Aero mobile (iOS) has the following new feature:
Directable characters, like any other interactive content, can be triggered through Aero’s behavior system.
Keep focusing on the art of your project, and let Adobe’s AI engine, Sensei, do the heavy lifting and handle the complexity of virtual character animation.
For more details, see Create animations using Directable characters.
With support of animated GIF and PNG sequences, unleash your creativity and bring your images to life.
You can see what other creators have made in Aero by opening the Aero Mobile app and from Home accessing Discover. You can also see the same creations via the Behance web interface.
Behance Projects published from Aero include AR which can be launched from a Project’s page using the Aero button. This will open up the creation in Aero’s AR viewing mode.
You can share your AR experiences with other people to view on their own mobile device in the Aero iOS app. You can now customize your thumbnail image here as well. Share a link is accessible from both Edit and Preview. Tap Share > Share a link > Create link.
For more details, see Share AR creations.
A QR code is an image that allows the camera to read data from a picture. Your audience can launch an Aero experience by simply pointing their mobile device at the QR code with the camera app open.
With Aero, you can generate a QR code that is associated with your Aero experience shared link. Share the QR code digitally or print it out. Create a QR code for your Aero Share link from Edit and Preview. Tap Share > Share a link > Create link > Show QR code> Share QR code.
For more details, see Share an AR link as a QR code.