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Focus mask

Path Blur

Spin blur

Experimental features

Touch Windows 8.1 optimization

Without Win 8.1 optimization

Pinch and Zoom on Windows 8.1

The new focus mask tool, which autoselects areas deemed in focus, works pretty well. I find the parameters a little obscure (what are the units?) and hate the fact that it always defaults to Auto, but it works pretty well as a first stab, which you then refine.

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The Path blur tool is very powerful; you can control direction, strength, and shape via node controls.

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Spin blur is also very nice. You can control the angle, center point, boundary, and falloff points.

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Adobe rolled out a new preference setting called "Experimental features." In the initial implementation, this is where you'll find the Windows 8.1 Touch optimizations and upscaling for high-density displays.

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This is what the interface scaling looks like on a Surface Pro 3. It makes the application usable on a small, high-resolution display; which it wasn't before (see next slide).

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Just try fat-fingering these tools and menus.

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Pinch and Zoom also work as expected running with the experimental Touch features enabled.

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