New Dynamic Media Classic user interface coming in first half of 2020
Last updated January 27, 2020
Dynamic Media Classic users can expect a refresh of their user interface in the first half of 2020. This experience will deliver an updated log-in that no longer relies on Adobe Flash technology in the browser. Be sure you read the following Frequently Asked Questions and stay tuned for more details in the coming months.
When browsers stop supporting Adobe Flash on December 31, 2020, will there be any impact to Dynamic Media Classic (formerly Scene7)?
Adobe Flash is a web browser plug-in that allows software to be run on any web browser that supports Flash. The web user interface of Dynamic Media Classic—also known as Scene7 Publishing System or SPS—currently requires Flash. Adobe will provide customers with a desktop application that does not require Adobe Flash in the browser.
When will the new desktop app be available to Dynamic Media Classic customers?
The new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app is scheduled for released in the first half of 2020.
What if I am using the Dynamic Media Classic APIs to access the product and do not log in through the web user interface?
There is no change to the underlying APIs for Dynamic Media Classic.
Will this new experience require any migrations or changes to third-party integrations?
No. Dynamic Media Classic customers do not have to migrate or change any third-party integrations in order to use the updated new desktop app.
Will my automation scripts be affected by this change?
No. There is no impact to automation scripts. The new desktop application acts and behaves in a way that is very similar to the Scene7 Publishing (SPS) that you are already familiar with.
Will the new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app work on Mac and PC?
Yes. The new desktop app will be a cross-platform solution and works on Macs and PCs. Linux will not be supported.
My company has strict security requirements. How will the new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app handle these requirements?
Adobe is committed to ensuring our products meet the security requirements of its customers. The new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app will continue to provide customers a highly secure experience that conforms to all Adobe security standards.
Will the new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app require a new SKU? Is there a license cost involved?
No SKU or license change is required to use the new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app.
When will there be more details about how the new Dynamic Media Classic desktop app will work?
Adobe will provide specific details on the new desktop app over the coming months along with details on a pre-release program for customers who are interested in providing early feedback on the experience.
I’d like to make sure I am optimizing my rich media strategy. How can I learn even more about Dynamic Media Classic?
Dynamic Media Classic is a powerful, feature-rich solution designed to amplify your rich media strategies. To ensure you take advantage of all of the capabilities, be sure you explore the many resources that are available including training modules on Adobe Experience League, blog posts with tips and best practices, and our newsletter archives . Plus, subscribe to the Dynamic Media newsletter to stay current on the latest news, information, training opportunities, powerful features available to you like Smart Imaging , and the complementary audit program.
I'm interested in learning more about upgrading to Dynamic Media with AEM Assets. Where can I find more information?
To learn more about the benefits of upgrading to the next generation of rich media authoring, publishing, and dynamic delivery, visit the Dynamic Media upgrade portal .