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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.
Sneak Peek : Perspective Warp in Photoshop
Ever wished you had gotten closer to take your picture? Perhaps you were not right in front of your subject, or were too high or too low? This Photoshop sneak will let you adjust the perspective of parts of your shot while keeping the rest of the image intact. It is early prototype technology that we are working on in our development labs. This is not part of Photoshop CC, but is an example of capabilities that we could include in future years.
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Go Beyond the Canvas Box to Create Your Own Cinematic Effects
Join Adobe evangelist Alan Greenblatt as he shows you how to bring special effects previously seen only in programs like Photoshop, to your Web content. You already know HTML5 Canvas lets you draw beautiful 3D graphics on your Web page, but Alan will teach you what you can do with the rest of the content which you have so beautifully created. You will learn:• How to create your own cinematic effects with CSS Filters & Shaders• About the W3C specs to which Adobe is contributing• Which W3C specs describe and define filters and shaders• The state of these specs, what browsers they're implemented in, and where you can use them right now
Creating an Engaging Web Design with Adobe Muse
See how Adobe Muse makes it easier to create optimal and memorable experiences for your website visitors. Now visitors will be able to sign up for newsletters, register for events, and view photos and other content, all using built-in tools that can be configured and styled to look like the rest of your site design. In this session, Adobe Evangelist Terry White will demonstrate how to add rich interactivity to:• Keep your content organized with custom navigation, tabs, and accordions• Add interactive slide shows, lightboxes, and contact forms• Embed arbitrary HTML to add maps, videos, social media buttons, and feeds.
Programming in CSS
Discover how you can you can program CSS the way you program the rest of your application: with variables, functions, and operations. This session will reveal tools and techniques that will improve your efficiency and flexibility when working with style sheets.In this session, you will:• Explore different approaches to making CSS "programmable"• Learn how to maximize the structure and reusability of your style sheets• Investigate existing CSS toolkits such as Sass, Less, and Stylus• See how these toolkits can be used in real-life projects
A Trillion Dollars
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
The United States has a trillion dollar budget that is split up in a questionable manor. 64% of the budget goes toward the military leaving 36% towards the rest of spending such as education & sciences. These facts inspired me to write a song and create a video on what I would do with the US Trillion Dollar Budget if I was in control of it.
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Mocha Eye Tracker
No need for expensive contact lenses, we’ll show you how to use the incredible planar tracker in mocha AE to track your eyes, export them as a Mocha shape layer and apply effects in After Effects to create that “white iris of the zombie” look. Another added feature in this episode is how to use Refine Matte to control the feather, spread and choke of the mocha shape layer. This effect gives you control of how much of the original iris shows around the edge stopping the new white iris from blending into the rest of the eye.
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