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Adobe Connect 11.2 upgrade is here. With this upgrade users can leverage a new, HTML based, native application for MacOS, multi-language native closed captioning and the new Standard View as a uniform user experience across all participants in a room. It also introduces state-of-the-art audio quality enhancements for desktop app and browser users.
Today, we are excited and extremely proud to announce the new Adobe Connect. Version 11 of Adobe Connect, which starts rolling out to customers this week and will be deployed across all of our hosted clusters in the coming weeks brings a brand new user experience to Hosts, Presenters, and Participants.
In order to extend our assistance, starting this week, Adobe Connect announces Free 90-day access until 1st July.
The upcoming release of Adobe Connect will be available this summer and adds support to the HTML client for PowerPoint, PDF, Video, Audio, custom apps and much more.
We couldn’t be more pleased to announce the next major release of Adobe Connect – version 10.0. Adobe Connect 10 is a significant milestone for us and includes features that we’re incredibly excited to bring to our customers including an entirely new HTML client, scalable HD video, out of the box single sign on (SSO), UI Improvements, and much more.
Adobe Connect 9.7.5, coming in Early March, brings with it a set of exciting improvements to both the Adobe Connect application and Adobe Connect Central. In this release we focused our efforts on further transitioning towards HTML5 within the administrator console and improving the login process, audio output selection, the installer, and much more.
The new Adobe Connect Central homepage redesign not only provides a more accessible view of the content (Flash is no longer required on the homepage), but provides additional opportunities to filter and find your Adobe Connect meetings and learning content.
Today we announced, with the support of many of our technology partners including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla, that Adobe plans to end-of-life the Flash Player by the end of 2020. The significant progress that has been made on the open web in terms of standards, capabilities, and maturity makes us feel confident that they will ultimately provide a viable alternative for Flash content in the browser moving forward.