Is it possible to get access to the version of fresco used on the demonstration of the Surface Pro X ?
I can't wait until this version release....
Just be patient, it'll be coming soon. The Fresco crew is pretty much like clockwork when it comes to updates. But you won't hear anything for a few days. The Adobe offices are closed for the holidays
What is the status of Fresco for Surface Pro X?
Thanks for reaching out. As Dave mentioned in earlier response, please be patient. We have launched the Fresco for following windows devices only:
There is no way to bypass the incompatibility on other devices. Just to let you know that we’ll add more as we work with Windows hardware partners.
You can also check out the blog post: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-fresco-is-at-max-again-on-windows/
Just wondered if we still needed to be patient?
Its interesting that Adobe goes on stage in Oct 19 at a Microsoft Launch event for the Surface Pro X, demonstrates Fresco Running on the Surface Pro X, then dosnt deliver. And all we hear now is that any other windows 10 device apart from the one Demo'd is going to be supported.
It must be very embarrissing as an Adobe Employee or a Community Fan boy.
Please can you give any indication about support for ARM64, not just for Surface ProX but for the other super cool Windows 10 on Arm devices that have also been released?
Thanks and Just Asking
Hello, completely agree, it's a bit odd to announce Fresco support for SPX, demo the software itself, and then disappear 😞
If there's been a delay that's of course understandable but it seems we're back to "upvote the feedback and pray"...
I too am disappointed about this incredible and unexplained delay when a big reason for buying the ProX was to use it with Fresco - Please give an update on this!
same here.. overall very satisfied with my proX for productivity uses but I'm still waiting for the "coming soon" adobe fresco and other adobe apps for creative purposes (which is also one of they key reason I bought it)
Half a year later, and asking people to be patient seems to have been a disingenuous and patronizing response to a legitmate question. The product was demo'd and promoted to be available upon (or close-to) product launch, so its not unreasonable for customers to expect a timely release. Timely it has not been! And those of us who have been patient, as we were told to be, deserve better.
Please explain why--after your requested patience--customers are still left without a product that was promised months ago; why there has been such little communication to manage customer expectations; and how much longer we can expect to wait before a compatable version for the SPX.
Just be patient. I think they need 36 month until it will be accessible for their latest device. Could be even 54 months to make Fresco work for the latest windows surface. I mean its Windows, what do you expect:
I reopen this question since we are still waiting for the app !
Please answer us...
it genuinely bothers me surface is killing me like i love them but i even got a apollo twin for 900 and it wasnt compatible on my surface docs thunder bolt and i paid like 80 on two adapters and it didint work with the type c i needa know what to do about digital art i would appreciate a response from anyone who knows anything
For digital art Leonardo drawings app is now fully compatible with surface pro x. I've been using it for the last month and it is super smooth, no lags and pretty good features too. When I tested out other drawing apps they we so painfully laggy and really notice the emulated. There are some limitarion you may want to take note:
1. brush customisability is quite limited compared to like photoshop 2. doesnt have the water colour features demonstrated by fresco
3. noliquify like photoshop etc.
Apart from those stuff I think its a really good digital art app. Another non-laggy app is sketchable. Honestly I like Leonardo more because of the infinite canvas and the ease of use.
p.s. I by no means a professional digital artist but I really enjoy digital art.
Hello i just bought the surface pro x just for fresco cause i saw the demonstration of it running on the device i also have a surface laptop 3 wich didint run fresco so i assumed the surface pro x would run it because of the demonstration i wanna get information on dates and or someone i can talk to cause its been several months and it doesnt seem like theyres been any word im willing to put in the time to make this work via code but id have to know alot of the prerequisites
I have just purchased a Pro X, partially because I watched some of the great videos here:
I watched these because Microsoft specifically mentions Fresco on there Pro X product page:
As has been commented above, Fresco was shown by Adobe at last years ProX release:
This release was by Scott Belsky Chief Product Officer, Creative cloud, who says that it will be available "as soon as possible".
Could Adobe please respond to this post and indicate whether
1. Fresco will be released on the Surface Pro X platform or not
2. If Fresco has not been shelved on this platform, what the planned release date is.
I have purchased the Pro X in good faith that Fresco would be available, as demonstrated by Adobe nearly a year ago, and to be released "as soon as possible", and now featured on Microsoft's Pro X product page.
I would like this post to be brought to the attention of someone senior at Adobe who can authoritatively respond to my queries above.
Thank you. Rob.
Im not sure were ever likely to get a reply, not unless they suddenly spring a release. I think the Adobe folks feel a bit sheepish about it. I have to say, its an odd world when Photoshop for ARM might actually get released ahead of Fresco, a product demonstarted 14 months back. Shame on Scott Belsky (Chief Product Officer, Creative Cloud) for standing up on stage Oct19 and bigging up something which clearly didnt exist. Takes some nerve.
Thanks for your interest in Fresco on ARM devices, the Fresco team is making progress on our support of Surface Pro X and other ARM-based Windows 10 PCs. Quality & stability are critical to all of our efforts & remain our last steps in this journey.