WHY IS FRESCO NOT available for laptops and wacom tables !!!???
Good question. Maybe because Fresco is a very new paint & drawing app. And so far only available for iPad.
Moving from Get Started to Adobe Fresco
EDIT: Looks like Fresco is so new, it doesn't have a dedicated forum yet.
Because it was designed to by used on iOS and I think Android operatiing systems. The Mobile type OS's. Not sure what a wacom tablet runs as it's OS or if it can be used as a Pad at all.
We're working on Fresco for Windows.
Hi Sue, is there any update on when this might be, will it be soon? this year? early next year?
Because they tend to shift and change I can't give you a release date except to say that we're working as hard and fast as we can on it.
Is there a place where we can see when wacom tablets might be able to use this on our desktop or laptop. I would LOVE to play with this program but I am not going to buy more hardware just to try it out. I have a wacom intious medium pen tablet and don't understand why these are not functionable with this program?
I believe to use it on a COMPUTER (Desktop or notebook that runs a REAL Operating system. Not a Mobile OS) that Computer has to have a Touch Screen and a Graphics processor designed to work with a touch screen.
In the system requirement it can be used on the Microsoft Surface models (Pro and Book), both have a trouch screen, and the studio models.
All of them are using the standard Windows 10 OS, as far as I know
Note that it does not work on Mac Notebooks or the iMac series. IMO it is because those models do NOT have a touch screen.
Just Shoot Me, the Wacom mobile studio that Fresco states it works on for the windows side of things uses a full Windows 10 OS not a mobile OS. Which means it can function on a standard Windows 10 OS desktop with certain hardware requirements met. I am simply wanting to know if there is place that might show updates when certain hardware, ie touchscreens, tablets and such drivers are released with this product so that the majority of us that use Adobe CC and all its other programs can use this particular software. I understand they have to develop drivers that function with each individual hardware touch/pen device and that is the website I am looking for so I can use my particular hardware which funtions much like a touchscreen and when they release the drivers for it to work with Fresco. I appreciate your answer but I am not looking for speculation answers of what the program can and can't work with, I read the requirements and simply looking for further information about future updates for hardware.
**FYI, I used the reply button to comments I am repling too, which is how most forums work, if that is not the case here I am sorry, then I would ask that the developers of the forum respectfully remove the reply to specfic peoples comments and have a "quote" system in its place so as to not confuse how the reply button system is suppose to work.**
That's what I said. It needs a Touch Screen system to work. If your Windows 10 computer has a touch screen you can use Fresco.
Did you even READ my post? I don't think so. In the first paragraph I stated that.
Just shoot me YES I read your post and the first two words say "I believe" in fact I read your post twice and the I believe tells me everything after is pretty much speculation about touchscreen that you state you believe will work. Now I have read several other peoples posts and comments about how their touch screens DON'T work and if you recall I was simply looking for a website or post or something that tells me which hardware they are working on to make compatible with Fresco or have completed working on to work with the software. Now if you can guaruntee me that if I go buy a nice touchscreen and that Fresco will work with it then please make that guaruntee and I will buy a touchscreen or tablet that will work with my system ( I9 9900, 64g RAM, 1070 graphics card, 1tb ssd - main drive, 500gb scratch disk, 4tb backup) just incase you want to make sure the rest of my system can handle it. Like I said I really do appreciate you taking the time to reply, and I was in no means trying to be snarky or rude. I was just trying to get a website for future hardware that will work with software. Thanks and have a good day.
If I'm understanding correctly, you're looking for a list of Windows device on which Fresco will run? If so, curent devices are listed here:
We're working on more, but right now supported devices are limited to the nine mentioned in that FAQ.
Please let me know if I've misunderstood.
I am curious if there is a list of products/hardware devices that being focused for development with Windows desktop such as touchscreens or tablets. This way I can start looking at products that adobe is focusing on to work with Fresco, I am super excited to use this program. Thank you for your time.
Is there an update as to when Fresco could potentially be released for other computers/programs? Like March or April 2020? I'm seeing all the results and I'm super excited for this release.