Adobe Illustrator CS5 What’s New
Adobe® Illustrator® CS5
Explore new paths with the essential vector tool
Create distinctive vector artwork for any project. Used by design professionals worldwide,
Adobe Illustrator CS5 software provides precision and power with sophisticated drawing
tools, expressive lifelike brushes, a host of time-savers, and integration with Adobe CS Live
online services*.
Perspective drawing, variable-width strokes, a new brush that lets you control bristle characteristics, and
innovative ways to quickly build shapes, are among the new features in the comprehensive vector
environment of industry-leading Illustrator CS5.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 is also
available as a component of:
•Adobe Creative Suite® 5
Design Premium
•Adobe Creative Suite 5
Design Standard
•Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium
•Adobe Creative Suite 5
Production Premium
•Adobe Creative Suite 5
Master Collection
New perspective tools add an exciting dimension to Illustrator, eliminating the need to create your own
horizon lines and vanishing points when you wish to draw a scene or an object in perspective. With the
Shape Builder tool, you no longer use the Pathfinder panel—you simply sweep your cursor across
overlapping objects to merge and divide shapes. And you can even paint watercolor strokes that remain
vectors, now with new edge softness and subtle control of transparency. These powerful new features
make Illustrator CS5 a must-have, but along with the dramatic advances, you’ll find great improvement
to familiar favorites. Strokes now have fully controllable width handles, and the Draw Inside mode
creates masks automatically when you draw or when you place an image—no extra clicks.
With enhanced integration among Adobe products, you can move easily between Illustrator CS5 and
products, such as Adobe Flash® Catalyst™ CS5 software, where you can add interaction to your designs.
And new CS Live online services* provide effective collaboration, efficient reviews, and more.
Using Illustrator CS5, you can get the job done efficiently but beautifully, moving quickly from multiple
ideas to multiple outputs with complete control, and delivering exactly what you had in mind.
The new perspective
drawing tools in Illustrator
provide a powerful way to
create an accurate
cityscape with as much
architectural interest and
decorative detail as you
could ever want.
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Top features
•Perspective drawing (Page 3)
•Beautiful strokes (Page 4)
•Bristle Brush (Page 6)
•Crisp graphics for web and mobile
devices (Page 7)
•Multiple artboards enhancements
(Page 8)
•Shape Builder tool (Page 9)
•Drawing enhancements (Page 9)
•Roundtrip editing with Adobe Flash
Catalyst CS5 (Page 10)
•Resolution-independent effects
(Page 11)
•Integration with Adobe CS Review*
(Page 12)
With Adobe Illustrator CS5, you can:
Design with powerful creative tools. Take advantage of exceptional precision and power to create
distinctive vector artwork. Draw accurately in 1-, 2-, and 3-point perspective using new perspective
grids. Control stroke width using finely adjustable width handles, and paint natural textures with a
realistic brush called the Bristle Brush. The new Shape Builder tool allows you to drag your cursor
to quickly combine, edit, and fill objects. With superior drawing tools, painterly brushes, and more,
you have practically infinite possibilities for unique and impactful design.
Work smoothly and efficiently. Speed up your day with innovations that encourage efficient ways
of working. Multiple artboards now can be named, organized, and viewed more easily. New
capabilities for drawing behind and inside other objects enable fast creation of complex designs
with automatic masking and layer control. Join paths with one keystroke, and use 9-slice scaling on
symbols. Get the job done using shortcuts and time-savers to quickly take multiple ideas to
multiple outputs.
Deliver virtually anywhere. Incorporate vector artwork into essentially any project and deliver
reliably across media. Take Illustrator work directly into Flash Catalyst and use roundtrip editing to
perfect your interactions. Deliver pixel-aligned images for the web and raster effects that look
fantastic on a wide variety of devices. For video, Illustrator vector tools are ideal for creating masks,
motion paths, and resolution-independent layers to use in Adobe After Effects® CS5 software. And
use Adobe CS Review, part of the new Adobe CS Live online services*, for online reviews from
within Illustrator, enabling effective collaboration with teams worldwide.
Who uses Illustrator?
Deliver innovative graphics
across multiple media
Create compelling graphics and extend
their reach in print, web, interactive,
and mobile content with Adobe
Creative Suite 5 Design Premium.
Get more creative power at an
appealing price. In addition to
Illustrator, CS5 Design Premium offers the latest versions of Photoshop
Extended, InDesign, Flash Catalyst,
Flash Professional, Dreamweaver,
Fireworks, and Acrobat Pro—so that you can:
Combine your graphics with
eye-catching Photoshop images
in outstanding print designs. Use
InDesign to craft beautiful layouts with exceptional typography.
Leverage your skill with Illustrator
to create interactive projects
without writing code. Easily take
Illustrator graphics into new Flash
Catalyst CS5 to design dynamic image
galleries, portfolios, product guides,
microsites, and much more.
Craft clean graphics reliably for
interactive, web, and mobile content.
Use new features in Illustrator to
refine graphics with pixel precision
so that they appear crisp in Fireworks,
Dreamweaver, and Flash Professional.
For more information, see Adobe
Creative Suite 5 Design Premium
What’s New.
Designers often rely on Adobe Illustrator to originate their creative projects. Vector artwork is
generally the foundation of design for multiple outputs such as print, websites, interactive projects,
and video. So the power of the core drawing tools, advanced type capabilities, and sophisticated
effects make Illustrator an essential component of a designer’s toolbox. The new perspective,
shape-building, and stroke tools, along with painterly brushes and efficient drawing modes, enable
designers to work faster and more creatively.
The vector tools in Illustrator are essential for web designers who create the front-end visual
experience for websites and other online projects. The multiple artboards feature enables creation
of many screens in one file with easy duplication of common elements. Pixel-alignment capability
ensures the crispness that is essential for graphics used in professional web design. Web designers
can slice and save artwork with web-optimized color and compression, and they can preview and
test mobile content.
Interactive designers can take advantage of the sophisticated vector design tools in Illustrator to
create the graphic elements for their projects. Then they can use Flash Catalyst to easily add
interactivity to those elements without writing code. Roundtrip editing allows perfection of
artwork using Illustrator while preserving the structure and interactivity added in Flash Catalyst.
Motion graphics designers and visual effects artists who produce TV commercials, broadcast
graphics, film titles, and a wide range of visual effects often start with Illustrator vector designs. In
Illustrator, motion designers can take advantage of multiple artboards with video-specific presets
and create masks, motion paths, and resolution-independent layers for Adobe After Effects. Even
gradients and effects import intact into After Effects.
Video editors using Illustrator can take advantage of multiple artboards that feature video-specific
presets. The powerful, foundational vector environment of Illustrator provides a perfect
complement to nonlinear editing tools such as Adobe Premiere® Pro software. Illustrator art
imported into Adobe Premiere Pro can be perfected using Edit Original, which features automatic
incorporation of the changes into the video project.
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Top new features of Adobe Illustrator CS5
Perspective drawing
Use perspective grids to draw shapes and scenes in accurate 1-, 2-, and 3-point linear perspectives.
The new Perspective Grid tool allows you to turn on a grid that supports drawing directly on planes
of true perspective. The new Perspective Selection tool allows objects to be moved, scaled,
duplicated, and transformed dynamically in perspective. Easily move and duplicate objects from
one plane to another.
You can also create objects in flat space and then apply them to a perspective plane, where they
will correctly transform in shape. This works particularly well with symbols, in that you can place
easily reapeatable instances onto the perspective grid and see the symbols “in back” recede to give
you the look of realistic depth and distance. You can use the perspective grid to resize objects; you
can even work with live text in perspective.
No longer do you need to construct your own perspective
environment—no more creating your own horizon lines
and vanishing points. You can even use the perspective
grid to draw vector objects on top of a reference
photograph or video still placed on your artboard.
Consider adding a series of street lamps to a cityscape
for a sequential lighting animation, for example. Or add
fence posts to a reference landscape image to complete
your billboard for a western wilderness camp.
Easily set up perspective
grids the way you want and
create objects anywhere on
the grid. You can even edit
live text in perspective.
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Beautiful strokes
In Illustrator CS5, a number of new features have been introduced that make designing with strokes
even more powerful and flexible. The core drawing tools within Illustrator merit attention every
software release, and with Illustrator CS5 there are five significant updates that new and long-time
users will appreciate. You can finely control stroke width, dashes, arrowheads, and how brushes
stretch along a path. And improvements in corner handling mean that stroke shapes behave
predictably in tight angles or around sharp points.
Variable-width strokes—Draw strokes with variable widths that
you can quickly and smoothly adjust at any point, symmetrically
or along either side. You can create custom width profiles that
you can save and subsequently apply to any stroke.
Dashed line control—Control alignment of dashes on a stroke.
Now enjoy symmetrical dashes around corners and at the ends
of open paths, with lengths adjusted automatically to fit. Toggle
between adjusted and preserved dashes and gaps.
Work interactively with stroke widths,
using your cursor to adjust sides
independently. Move and edit swells
and constrictions freely along the path,
and save profiles for later use.
Choose to have
dashed strokes
symmetrically
positioned
around corners
and show evenly
at endpoints.
Precise arrowheads—Work in a
completely new way with arrowheads.
Pick an arrowhead shape and control
placement and scaling from within the
Stroke panel. You can even choose
whether to lock the tip or base of the
arrowhead to the path endpoint.
Control arrowheads in the Stroke panel, and see how you can
apply a saved width profile to create a tapered arrow body.
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Stretch control for brushes—Define how art and pattern brushes scale along a path. Choose areas
of the brush graphic you wish to stretch and those you wish to keep in proportion. For example,
you may need to elongate the middle of a banner graphic while keeping the detailed, curly ends of
the banner from stretching.
New brush options enable full
control of how your brush
shapes scale and transform.
Brushes with corner control—Apply art and pattern brushes to a path and get clean results, even
at tight bends or corners. Where strokes of different widths join, or they form obtuse or acute
angles, choose options to properly fill points where joins occur.
Control how your brushes repeat, space, and handle
corners and ends. The new options allow you to
manipulate individual aspects of a brush to such an extent,
you can create just about any look imaginable.
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Bristle Brush
Paint with vectors that
resemble real‐world brush
strokes. The new Bristle Brush
provides breakthrough
control of painting. You can
set bristle characteristics such
as size, length, thickness, and
stiffness. Set brush shape and
bristle density. And set paint
opacity, which uses
transparency variations to
simulate lifelike blending.
When you have chosen the
perfect characteristics for your
Bristle Brush, you can save it
for later use.
The Bristle Brush can be used in a variety of ways. You can paint traditionally or you can brush along text shapes to create
scrubby or soft-edged type. This text logo works perfectly on the web or on a billboard because it’s all purely vector.
With the Bristle Brush you can
achieve the expressiveness of
natural media like watercolors
and oils—but with the
scalability and editability of
vectors. Get the most out of
the Bristle Brush using a tablet
with a Wacom 6D Art Pen,
which responds automatically
to pressure, bearing, and tilt,
plus provides 360-degree
barrel rotation and an
accurate brush preview.
Paint on masked areas that are automatically
created when you choose Draw Inside mode.
Select options for your Bristle Brush to achieve
just the feel that you want. Pick a color, then
select an object for your mask and paint as
loosely as you wish inside the shape.
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Crisp graphics for web and mobile devices
Create vector objects precisely on the file’s pixel grid for delivering pixel-aligned artwork. When
you’re designing artwork for Flash Catalyst, Adobe Flash Professional software, and Adobe
Dreamweaver® software, it’s critical that raster images look sharp, especially standard web graphics
at 72ppi resolution. Pixel alignment is also useful for video resolution rasterization control. And in
Illustrator CS5, new web graphics tools include type enhancements. Choose one of four text
anti-aliasing options for each of your Illustrator text frames.
Pixel grid alignment
Generate clean, sharp raster graphics by turning on Align To Pixel Grid. Objects are automatically
nudged to the closest pixel edge when you create them or apply transformations. Now, a one-pixel
stroke won’t straddle two pixels and get blurred or lost with anti-aliasing. Zoom in to see the grid
and watch your objects align as you work. The alignment control is located in the Transform panel.
Zoom in to see the
pixel grid and
watch your objects
align as you work.
Align To Pixel Grid
ensures that when
you save artwork
as a raster image,
the results will be
crisp and clean.
Text anti-aliasing
Create readable text for the web, mobile devices, handsets, gaming devices, or any destination
where you need to generate raster images from your Illustrator artwork. Four anti-aliasing options
now appear in the Illustrator CS5 Character panel. Choose among Sharp, Crisp, Strong, and
Smooth, which match the text anti-aliasing rules in Adobe Photoshop® software. You can apply a
different rule to each text frame in your artwork, and your specifications are saved with the file.
Achieve the subtlety
you need and the
very best rendered
appearance for fine
type in web and
interactive projects.
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Multiple artboards enhancements
Automatic rotation of artboards
in the Print dialog box
If your document contains
both landscape and portrait
artboards, in Illustrator CS5 they
will automatically rotate to the
correct orientation for printing to a
chosen media. For example, in the
Print dialog box, choose Portrait
Media for all artboards and see
in the preview window that your
landscape artboards automatically
rotate to read vertically on a
portrait page.
The multiple artboards feature introduced in Illustrator CS4 is now markedly better. Work on up to
100 artboards of varying sizes all in one document, organized and viewed the way you want. New
and greatly expanded artboard options in Illustrator CS5 include a full Artboards panel, in which
you can name and reorder artboards. Quickly add, delete, and duplicate them using panel controls
or keyboard shortcuts.
Artboards are also easier to arrange, aligned to a grid if you wish, with rows and columns you
define. New ruler behavior includes automatic top-left origin, and the options for saving your
artwork now include saving one, all, or a range of individual artboards as individual AI files.
The advantage of multiple artboards is that you can work on a variety of related projects in a single
file and share settings and content across designs. For different outputs, you can choose among a
variety of preset ratios and guides, such as for print or web design. You can create artboards to
mock up aspect ratios such as an HDTV screen, a movie theater screen, or the screen of a mobile
device, exploring ways to adapt your composition for each of them.
You can also create an artboard inside an artboard to serve as a crop area so it’s easy to export just
a piece of a composition. Save, export, and print artboards independently or together—as a series
of files or as a single, multipage PDF file.
Name and reoder artboards
using a dedicated Artboards
panel. The new Rearrange
Artboards dialog box allows
you to arrange artboards
quickly and easily.
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Shape Builder tool
Intuitively combine, edit, and fill shapes on your artboard. Drag the cursor across overlapping
shapes and paths to create new objects and add color without accessing multiple tools and
panels. Quickly unite, exclude, trim, and more.
If you have ever worked with the Pathfinder panel, you will appreciate the Shape Builder tool. It
enables merging objects, breaking overlapping shapes into distinct objects, subtracting areas, and
more. For example, you can draw a stroke across a the middle of a circle and quickly create two
half-circles—no need to open a panel or choose another tool.
Coloring fills and strokes is easier now, too. The Shape Builder tool includes interactive color
selection for quickly filling closed or partially closed areas of your artwork. Options include
automatic gap detection and choosing whether or not to automatically fill new shapes.
Use your mouse or pen
to stroke across selected
shapes to merge them,
use a shortcut key to
subtract shapes, and
quickly drag color into
the new objects.
Drawing enhancements
Work faster with everyday tools. Improvements to familiar drawing tools make using Illustrator
CS5 efficient and productive. Instant masking using Draw Inside mode and joining paths with a
keystroke are just two of the enhancements that speed up your routine tasks.
Draw behind and inside—Draw behind other objects without choosing layers or worrying about
stacking order. Draw or place an image inside a shape, including live text. The draw inside feature
automatically creates a clipping mask from the selected object.
Find Draw Behind and Draw Inside modes at the bottom of the toolbar. Select an object, choose a
mode; then, when you draw, place an image, or create a shape, your new element is behind the
selected object. With Draw Inside, the selected object will also become a mask.
You can quickly create
a photo mask out of
any object. Simply
select a text object,
choose Draw Inside,
and then choose
File > Place.
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Symbols are of special significance
in Adobe Flash CS5 Professional
Use symbols to animate repeated
objects. Now, symbol registration
points are respected when
Illustrator symbols are imported
into Flash Professional. Symbol
object attributes are among other
properties faithfully preserved.
Symbols—New 9-slice scaling in Illustrator and registration point control make symbols more
powerful than ever. Scaling an object with 9-slice control enables proportion maintenance in
exactly the places you want it, now available in Illustrator and not just for export. Repeat extremely
complex symbols and maintain ultimate control while you scale and transform them in Illustrator.
Text and corners distort if you scale a symbol instance without 9-slice scaling.
Specify 9-slice scaling
and drag scaling guides.
Use 9-slice scaling to retain the readability of the text in
a symbol along with the integrity of the corner shapes.
Artboard ruler origin and coordinates—No longer think twice about your coordinates. Artboard
ruler origins and coordinate systems are now oriented from the upper left. If you have scripts that
use a previous coordinate system, they will still work correctly. You can also choose to work with a
global ruler that provides coordinates across all your artboards, or you can work with local,
artboard-specific rulers.
Path join—Join open paths in a single keystroke with objects selected. You no longer need to
select endpoints, and you can join more than one path at a time. Simply select two or more open
paths and press Command+J (Mac) or Ctrl+J (Windows) to see your paths join into one open path.
Select behind—Use a keyboard shortcut to easily select an individual object located behind other
objects. Press Command (Mac) or Ctrl (Windows) when you select the object that’s in the back.
Roundtrip editing with Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5
Use Illustrator CS5 for interaction design, now enabled by new Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5,
available in Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium, Web Premium, Production Premium, and
Master Collection. Develop your ideas and design your interface in Illustrator, creating screen
layouts and individual elements such as logos and button graphics. Then open your artwork in
Flash Catalyst and add actions and interactive components there—without writing code.
Create layers
in Illustrator
for screens in
an interactive
project. This
map is a
group within
the file’s CIty
Guide layer.
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After you’ve added interactivity to your designs, you can still make edits and design changes
directly within Illustrator. From Flash Catalyst, simply choose Modify > Edit In Adobe Illustrator CS5
and the artwork opens, ready to edit, in Illustrator. For example, you can edit the look of interactive
button states in Illustrator while seeing that the structure you added in Flash Catalyst is maintained.
When you open an Illustrator file in Flash Catalyst,
you see all your layers preserved. Then you can
choose an element to edit in Illustrator CS5.
Edit elements using
Illustrator, and simply
choose Done when
you’re finished to
update the artwork
in Flash Catalyst.
Resolution-independent effects
See raster effects such as drop shadows, blurs, and textures maintain a consistent appearance
across media. Have you ever found that your artwork mysteriously loses its smooth, high-quality
look when you publish? You can now create work for different types of output and know that
popular raster effects maintain an ideal appearance no matter how your resolution settings
change—from print to web to video. You can even go up to a higher resolution. Work quickly and
efficiently with low-resolution artwork and then scale up when you’re ready to go to a finished
output such as high-quality print.
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Integration with Adobe CS Review
Illustrator CS5 integrates with Adobe CS Review, one of several new CS Live online services*. With
Adobe CS Review, you can create and share online reviews for clients and colleagues down the hall
or around the world. From within Illustrator CS5, publish a review of your work to the web. Multiple
reviewers can then access your review from a browser without any additional software and make
comments right in their browser window with easy-to-use annotation tools.
Comments are dynamically displayed on your
Illustrator artwork so you can efficiently track
the feedback for specific design elements. You
can also access and manage centrally-located
comments that are stored online.
Comments made by reviewers
in a browser window appear in
Illustrator in the CS Review panel.
Still using Illustrator CS3?
If you’re still using Illustrator CS3, upgrading to Illustrator CS5 also gives you the chance to catch up
on the great features added in Illustrator CS4. Discover transparency in gradients, in-panel
appearance editing, and a new Blob Brush tool for fluid sketching. Along with the exciting new
features in Illustrator CS4, you’ll find that existing features were polished and hidden functions
uncovered to expose deep capabilities, enabling you to learn new techniques quickly and take
advantage of the true power of Illustrator.
By upgrading to Illustrator CS5, you can experience:
• Multiple artboards. Create files containing up to 100 artboards of varying sizes and display them
any way you want—overlapping, side by side, or stacked. Save, export, and print artboards
independently or together. Save a selected range or all artboards as a multipage PDF file.
• Transparency in gradients. Define the opacity of any individual color stop in a gradient. Reveal
underlying objects and images, and create rich color and texture mixes using multiple layers,
knockouts, and cover-up fades.
• In-panel appearance editing. Edit object characteristics directly in the Appearance panel,
eliminating the need to open fill, stroke, or effects panels. Work with shared attributes and control
display for faster rendering.
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System requirements
Windows
• Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64
processor
• Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service
Pack 3; Windows Vista® Home Premium,
Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise with
Service Pack 1; or Windows 7
• 1GB of RAM
• 2GB of available hard-disk space for
installation; additional free space required
during installation (cannot install on
removable flash-based storage devices)
• 1024x768 display (1280x800
recommended) with 16-bit video card
• DVD-ROM drive
• Broadband Internet connection required
for online services*
Mac OS
• Intel® processor
• Blob Brush tool. Sketch with a brush that generates a single clean vector shape, even when
strokes overlap. Draw naturally to create a single filled object, using the Blob Brush tool together
with the Eraser and Smooth tools.
• Gradients exposed. Interact with gradients right on your object. Set gradient angle, position, and
elliptical dimensions. Add and edit colors using sliders—all with immediate feedback on the
artboard, where you work.
• Refined graphic styles. Combine styles for unique effects and increased efficiency, and apply
styles without disturbing an object’s existing appearance. Enjoy new thumbnail previews and an
expanded library of prebuilt styles.
• Clipping masks demystified. Work with masks more easily by viewing only the clipped area of
your objects during editing. Take advantage of Isolation Mode, and use Edit Clipping Path for even
more control.
• Separations Preview. Avoid color output surprises such as unexpected spot colors, unwanted
overprinting, overprints that don’t overprint, white overprinting, and CMYK blacks in text and
placed files.
• Mac OS X v10.5.7 or v10.6
• 1GB of RAM
• 2GB of available hard-disk space for
installation; additional free space required
during installation (cannot install on a
volume that uses a case-sensitive file
system or on removable flash-based
storage devices)
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• 1024x768 display (1280x800
recommended) with 16-bit video card
• DVD-ROM drive
• Broadband Internet connection required
for online services*
For updates to system requirements, visit
www.adobe.com/go/illustrator_systemreqs.
Expected ship date
Second quarter 2010
For more information
Product details:
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services (“Online Services”), provided you have a high-speed Internet connection. The Online Services, and some features thereof, may
not be available in all countries, languages, and/or currencies and may be discontinued in whole or in part without notice. Use of the
Online Services is governed by separate terms of use and by the Online Privacy Policy, and access to some services may require user
registration. Some Online Services, including services that are initially offered at no charge, may be subject to additional fees and require
a separate subscription. For more details and to review the applicable terms of use and Online Privacy Policy, visit www.adobe.com. For
more information about CS Live online services, see www.adobe.com/go/cslive.
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