The Adobe Capture CC mobile app lets you turn color themes, vector-based shapes, unique Looks, and custom brushes into a production-ready asset, all from a single photo. By combining all of the features and tools of Adobe Color CC, Shape CC, Hue CC, and Brush CC into a single app for iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro, and Android phones, you get our most powerful capture app to date.
How can I get Adobe Capture CC?
Adobe Capture is currently available in English, Norwegian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish.
Do I need Creative Cloud account to use Adobe Capture CC?
Where can I find more information on Adobe Capture CC?
Where do I go for help and support for Adobe Capture CC?
- View a tutorial to get started.
- Read the Using Capture CC and other sections in this FAQ
- Visit the Adobe Capture forum.
- Access the in-app tutorials:
- Log in to Capture.
- Tap the Capture icon at the upper left corner.
- Tap View Tutorials.
How do I create a pattern?
How do I create, edit, or delete a color theme?
All you need is your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone and an image to capture and create color themes.
To learn more about color themes, see this tutorial.
How do I create, edit, or delete a shape?
All you need is your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, or any existing image to capture and create shapes.
To learn more about shapes, see this tutorial.
How do I create, edit, or delete a custom brush?
To learn more about brushes, see this tutorial.
How do I create, edit, or delete a Look?
Adobe Capture CC captures the color and light in a scene or image and uses it to create a Look. You can capture inspiring Looks live from the camera or from an existing image in your camera roll or Creative Cloud account.
- First, you can select a color bubble to shift the midtones toward that color.
- If desired, you can move the intensity slider right or left to increase or decrease the impact of the resulting Look.
To learn more about looks, see this tutorial.
How do I manage my Capture assets?
Your assets are saved automatically in your Creative Cloud Libraries. You can choose an existing library to save individual assets to, or create a new library in the My Library menu.
You can manage your libraries, including sharing a library with another person, by logging in to your Creative Cloud account on a browser and selecting My Assets > Libraries.
How do I find assets created with Adobe Color CC, Shape CC, Brush CC, and Hue CC in Capture CC?
All of the assets that you created using these apps and saved to your Creative Cloud Libraries can be accessed within Capture.. When you open Capture and tap Colors, Brushes, Shapes, or Looks, the corresponding assets stored in your library are displayed on the screen. You can tap the required assets to begin editing them in Capture.
By default, Capture displays assets stored in My Library. If you want to change the library, tap My Library and then tap the required library.
How do I use assets created with Capture in other apps?
Now that you’ve built your arsenal of color themes, vector-based shapes, custom brushes, and Looks, you can start using them in final artwork in a desktop app or explore concepts further in other mobile apps. All you need to do is make sure you save your assets to a Creative Cloud library in Capture. From other supported apps, simply access your Creative Cloud Libraries, pick the one you saved your asset in, and select your asset.
For the list of Adobe apps that support Capture assets, see Support for Capture assets in other Adobe apps.
How do I access feedback and support in Capture?
The Capture asset type determines the mobile and desktop app you can use the asset in. The following table summarizes the apps in which Capture assets can be used:
|Capture asset||Adobe apps|
|Color themes||Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, After Effects CC, Dreamweaver CC, Muse CC, Flash Professional CC, Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Sketch, and Comp CC|
|Shapes||Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, After Effects CC, Flash Professional CC, Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Sketch, and Comp CC|
|Brushes||Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Flash Professional CC, and Photoshop Sketch|
|Looks||Photoshop CC, Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Premiere Clip|