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GS-01: After Effects workflow overview
Learn about the After Effects workflow. Import footage into a project. Create layers in a composition by dragging footage into the Timeline panel. Render and export a movie by using the render queue.
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Getting Started (GS): What is After Effects?
Learn about Adobe After Effects CS5, the powerful, industry-standard motion graphics, animation, compositing, and visual effects application.
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Adobe Community Help Overview
Learn how Adobe Community Help brings together instruction, inspiration and support from Adobe and community experts around the world.
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InDesign and Acrobat forms workflow
Learn how to create interactive forms using InDesign and Acrobat.
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Setting up a workflow
Learn to set up Version Cue on a remote computer. See common tasks such as creating projects, adding users, assigning rights, and changing preferences.
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Batch encoding with Adobe Media Encoder
Batch encode one sequence to multiple output types with the Adobe Media Encoder.
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Exporting from After Effects to Flash
Export from After Effects in a format that can be used in Flash, with many kinds of layers and keyframes intact and editable.
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Introducing CS4 Production Premium
Acquire footage, edit, animate graphics, clean soundtracks, and create a DVD, using Adobe Production Premium CS4.
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Creating an interactive AIR widget
Learn how to create rich internet applications that run on multiple operating systems using Adobe AIR.
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Using JavaScript, DOM, and Spry code hinting
Write code more rapidly with code hinting support for JavaScript, the DOM (Document Object Model), and Spry.
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Styling text in the CSS Property inspector
Use the CSS Property inspector to easily create, edit, and apply cascading style sheets (CSS) to your document.
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Introducing Dreamweaver CS4
Become familiar with the workspace and creating new documents. See how you can style text using CSS, preview and edit files, and manage files.
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Explore How to Use jQuery to Make Designing for Mobile More Efficient
In this video, Greg Rewis shows how Dreamweaver CS 5.5's support for jQuery Mobile projects. Built upon the wildly popular jQuery JavaScript framework, jQuery Mobile lets web designers and developers build mobile application interfaces quickly and consistently.
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Getting Started: 08 Creating interactive PDFs
Create interactive PDFs from a multi-page Fireworks file. Utilize hotspots and Acrobat features like comments and password protection.
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Getting Started: 07 Reshaping a path outline
Reshape path outlines by dragging anchor points with the Selection tool. Align objects using Smart Guides. Use the Reflect tool to flip a path.
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Working with symbols more easily
Explore ways to work with symbols in Illustrator CS5, such as how to specify and control registration points, work with smart guides, reset a symbol's instance, and work with layer structure.
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Using enhanced art and pattern brushes
Create original art or pattern brushes, and learn how to adjust segments of a brush pattern in Illustrator CS5.
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Converting from 2D to 3D
Convert 2D images into 3D objects or scenes by using DICOM, pixel layers, gradient map, or Vanishing Point.
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Getting Started: 11 Saving and file formats
Save modified images from Photoshop. Use the Smart Sharpen filter and add a Color Balance layer. Choose a file format for saving images.
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Why Every Snowflake is NOT Unique
Professor Adrian Bejan uses the Constructal Law of Design and Evolution in Nature to explain the basic shape of a snowflake. Bejan is the J.A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering in Duke's Pratt School of Engineering. Learn more at http://www.mems.duke.edu/faculty/adrian-bejan.
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