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Sneak Peek: Audio Layers
Separating desired audio from background noise is a painful process. Or rather, it was. Use a visual editor to paint the sounds you want while identifying those you don't, and this tool will do the rest. It is early prototype technology that we are working on in our development labs. This is not part of any Adobe product but is an example of capabilities that we could include in future years.
Camera Raw 8 and Layer Support
Watch as Photoshop Product Manager Stephen Nielson demonstrates the new Adobe Camera Raw 8 in Photoshop CC. See how you can apply Camera Raw edits as a filter to any layer or file inside Photoshop CC, and then make enhancements any way you want. And with Camera Raw 8, you get more precise ways to heal images, fix perspective distortions, and create vignettes.
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What's New in Adobe Muse CC
Dani Beaumont, Adobe Muse group product manager, shows you how to allow site owners to make simple updates to published sites hosted with Adobe Business Catalyst, how to create stunning 3D-like effects, and other new features such as the Layers panel.
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Adobe Photoshop: Designing for Screens
Learn how to make your Adobe Photoshop files developer-friendly. Justin Seeley, staff author at lynda.com, will walk through a real-world website comp design for a client and then take you through that comp design process using Photoshop. We'll explore the entire Photoshop to HTML workflow. During this session, you'll learn how to:• Build a document for web vs. print• Take responsive design into consideration• Build wireframe mockups using shape layers• Integrate Photoshop artwork into apps like Adobe Muse and Dreamweaver
Advanced Layout with CSS
Learn about cutting-edge features for laying out content with CSS. Discover best practices and techniques that will work across a variety of scenarios. In this session, we'll cover:• Using Flexbox to position elements in relation to each other• Laying things out using CSS grid systems• New features for text layout like CSS regions and exclusions• Managing content with page templates
Anyone Can Draw — Really!
Learn how Adobe Ideas can help you create quick vector illustrations even if you don't usually draw. Brian Yap, illustrator and creative director at Boxing Clever in Saint Louis, will demonstrate several techniques to create illustrations from reference images.In this session, you'll:• Learn the basics of creating illustrations on a mobile device with Adobe Ideas• See how the latest update lets you use new brush options and layer features• Discover how to take an illustration from Adobe Ideas to a finished piece using Adobe Creative Cloud and Illustrator
Adobe Muse: Creating HTML websites without coding
You haven't seen web design like this before. Meet Adobe Muse, a graphic designer's new best friend. Adobe Muse lets you create professional HTML websites that meet the latest web standards, without restrictive templates and without writing code. In this session, you'll see how to use Adobe Muse to:• Lay a smart foundation for your site using sitemaps and master pages• Design freely, as easily as creating layouts for print, using familiar features found in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign• Combine imagery, graphics, and beautiful typography• Add engaging interactivity such as contact forms and slide shows• Publish with Adobe or a hosting provider of your choice.
Bridging the Gap Between Designers and Developers with Edge Reflow
Learn how Adobe Edge Reflow can help defuse the often challenging conversation between designer and developer. See why developers no longer need to dread receiving that PSD file with 60-plus untitled layers and no indication of interactions, and why designers no longer need to worry about their vision being stifled by a "you can't do that in a browser" mentality. Jared Wyles, Adobe senior computer scientist, will discuss:• How to identify potentially inefficient feedback loops across your organization• The importance of a tight feedback loop between designers and developers• How Edge Reflow can help bridge the design/develop workflow
Using compound effects
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
A compound effect is an effect that refers to, or takes values from, another layer in your comp. In this video we'll look at how this works by examining the Lens Blur effect, which can be used to create a pull focus effect on your layers. You'll see how to apply it selectively to specific areas of your footage using a Luminance Map we create using the Ramp effect.
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