Preface: This post is about a cool solution to a highly mundane problem. Also, shout out to Scott Simmons for asking me to put these online. I hadn’t thought to initially.
If you’ve been an Adobe video user (or is it just called subscriber now?) for awhile, you’ve probably moved through multiple software versions. And if you’re a professional creator who has to revisit different projects for past clients, or are used to troubleshooting idiosyncrasies, or just like hoarding, you may have several versions of Adobe’s software installed. (I do.) Well when all those versions are opened up, it can get confusing while switching between them. That is, until now.
David Torno over at ProVideoCoalition decided to be proactive and organize the icon clutter for Adobe After Effects, creating a neat visual versioning system. Shortly after, Sam Parnell pitched in and created a few icon versions for Premiere Pro’s latest Creative Cloud versions. It all looked slick, with the one small issue that the icons were all Mac OS-based. Since I’m on Windows and I wanted to get in on the action, I decided to convert the files to the .ico Windows standard and am now sharing them for free with anyone else that will find them useful.
Download links for the Mac or Windows versions after the jump! Read more
(now for Windows)