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Adobe Drive

What is Adobe Drive?

The Adobe Drive application is part of Adobe's Creative Suite line-up of programs, and is an optional component that is mostly used only by IT professionals. The Adobe Drive is primarily concerned with DAM, or digital asset management; Adobe Drive, when coupled with a DAM server, allows seamless integration with other Creative Suite applications and you can view and control remote digital assets through several ways: through the file browser of your operating system, through Adobe Bridge (included in the Creative Suite family), or even right from the menus of Creative Suite application that integrate with Drive to feature such capability. This includes Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and InCopy.

The Adobe Creative Suite is a set of multimedia editing and web development tools created by Adobe and based from Macromedia's Studio suite. When Adobe acquired Macromedia, they rebranded the Studio suite as the Creative Suite. The Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection contains Photoshop Extended, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat X Pro, Flash Professional, Flash Builder Premium Edition, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Adobe Audition, SpeedGrade, Prelude, Encore, Bridge, and Media Encoder. It also integrates with Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite. There are several editions of the Creative Suite, one of which is the Master Collection which contains all applications of the Creative Suite line.

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About file types supported by Adobe Drive

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