Using InDesign Export to Flash (XFL)
Export an InDesign document to XFL. Edit the resulting file in Flash Pro while preserving the visual appearance of the original.
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Getting Started: 02 Understanding Flash file types
Learn essential Flash file types, including FLA, SWF, FLV, F4V, and MP4. Discover other file types, such as ActionScript and XFL.
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Getting Started: 02 Brightness and contrast
Correct the brightness and contrast of an image using editable adjustment layers. Resize image thumbnails. Adjust vibrance and saturation.
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Refining selection edges
Precisely preview and adjust difficult selections. Output your results to a new layer, mask, or document to creatively combine the selection with new backgrounds.
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GS-04: Using the marquee and lasso tools
Make rectangular and elliptical selections with the marquee tools or freeform selections with the Lasso tool. Constrain, add or subtract from, and move selections. Use modifier keys to change the tools' behavior.
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Archaeology, Common Rights and the Origins of Britishness
In this lecture, Dr Susan Oosthuizen, historic landscape specialist from the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education, will explore the archaeological evidence for the management of prehistoric pasture.
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XHTML to PDF conversion with XSL-FO
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The module shows an example how a subset of XHTML is converted with XSLT to XSL-FO (XSL Formatting Objects) and then to PDF.
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Java3000: The Guzdial-Ericson Multimedia Class Library
R.G. (Dick) Baldwin
Learn how to use the Guzdial-Ericson Multimedia Class Library
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Defrag Tools: #21 - WinDbg - Memory User Mode | Defrag Tools

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Chad Beeder and Larry Larsen continue looking at the Debugging Tools for Windows (in particular WinDbg). WinDbg is a debugger that supports user mode debugging of a process, or kernel mode debugging of a computer.

This installment goes over the commands used to show the memory used in a user mode debug session. We cover these commands:

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GS-01: Adobe Flash Catalystプロジェクトの新規作成
このビデオではFlash Catalyst CS5でプロジェクトを新規作成する手順をご紹介します。他のアプリケーションの素材は利用せず、Flash Catalystでプロジェクトの作成を開始する手順が学べます。
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GS-01: ドキュメントの新規作成
このビデオではFlash Professional CS5でドキュメントを新規作成する手順をご紹介します。また新規で作成されたドキュメントを通して、Flash Professionalのワークスペースについて学びます。
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It’s Not Just German Engineering
The German luxury car market has not lost speed through the recession, despite high production costs and slack demand in Europe. The secret of success lies not just under the hood but in the boardroom and the research labs.
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Great Minds: Henrietta Leavitt and the Human Computers
Henrietta Swan Leavitt was one of a number of volunteer women astronomers who were allowed to serve as "computers" at Harvard College Observatory, doing tedious work male scientists wouldn't do, and ultimately making a discovery now known as Leavitt's Law, which allows us to measure the distance to stars. (03:58)

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5.9 Developing other systems methods

There are many more methods that are regarded as systems approaches for managing complexity (e.g. Rosenhead, 1989a; Flood and Carson, 1988; Flood and Jackson, 1991; Mingers and Gill, 1997; Francois, 1997; Flood, 1999; Jackson, 2000). The systems practitioners responsible for developing these come from a varied background, but in the main their experiences are similar to those described for Checkland, Beer, Espejo and the T301 team. All wanted to be able either to take action that stakeholders
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Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience -- Patricia Werhane Interview
Pat Werhane, co-author of "Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience" -- the landmark U.S. business history -- shares insights from the project and the book produced by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas -- Minnesota. This thought-provoking history documents the societal challenges to corporate performance and power from the mid-eighteenth century to the modern day and traces evolution of ideas about responsibility of business and the modern corpora
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Structure of Communication Systems
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Why Should I Choose a Real Degree Education?
If you're passionate about cooking, why should you pursue a college education? Let the CIA tell you why a college education...and degree...are really valuable in today's competitive job market. And learn more about what sets the CIA head-and-shoulders above other culinary colleges.
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Turning Who You Are into What You Do
How others perceive our identity and actions may be very different to who we think we are and what we think we’re doing.
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Have I Done Enough? Nekabari Goka's Stirring Graduation Speech
International Affairs graduate student Nekabari Goka asks a question at Spring 2014 Commencement, "Have I done enough?" His answer will not only inspire you to reach higher and further, but touches the heart of what Georgia Tech is all about. Thanks for another amazing speech, Nekabari!
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