What is InDesign CC?
Adobe InDesign is the industry-leading application for publication design and production. Justin Seeley gives you an overview and shows how print designers and digital publishing professionals use InDesign to create documents that can be published to a variety of tablets, screens, and print sizes. Learn more from the full course at lynda.com.
What is Illustrator CC?
Author Justin Seeley gives you a basic overview of Adobe Illustrator and shows how print designers, web designers, and creative professionals are using it to produce vector art and illustrations for use in their design projects. Learn more from the full course at lynda.com.
Removing a person from the background with masking
Learn how to get highly accurate selections of people in order to mask and then remove them from a background. See how the Quick Selection tool works, and then refine the mask edge with the Brush tool. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Combine photos for group shots
It's very difficult to capture everyone smiling at once for a group portrait. Learn out how to combine images to get the perfect group portrait shot in Photoshop, as well as how to use the Auto-Align Layers feature to align photos with different zoom levels so that they're the same size. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
What is Adobe Premiere Pro CC?
Discover Premiere Pro, the industry-leading video editing software at the center of Adobe's video post-production workflow. Justin Seeley shows how professionals edit, manipulate, and export video projects for film, telelvision, and the web. Learn more from the full courses at Lynda.com.
How to convert PDF files to Word or Excel using Adobe Reader
Show: Acrobat XI Tips & Tricks
In this tutorial, learn how to convert an existing PDF file in Adobe Reader to a Word or Excel file. This feature requires a subscription to either the Adobe PDF Pack or ExportPDF online service.
What is After Effects CC?
Discover After Effects, the industry-standard tool for video compositing, motion graphics, and cinematic visual effects. Justin Seeley shows how After Effects is used in television and film to composite and rotoscope scenes, create special effects and 3D scenes, and design and animate motion graphics and titles. Learn more from the full courses at Lynda.com.
Download starter files and design elements
See how easy it is to get started creating your site, using downloadable starter files and design elements. Add-ons is an online marketplace where you can download free or paid design elements including wireframes, icons, new widgets, and more for use in your site designs.
How To Get Started with Adobe InDesign CS6 - 10 Things Beginners Want To Know How To Do
In this episode Terry will demonstrate 10 things beginners want to know how to do in Adobe InDesign CS6.
How to add page numbers at the bottom of PDF files
Learn how to add page numbers to PDF files, including how to choose fonts, how to change the font size, how to align text with a graphic and more.
Using Fluid Grid layouts
Show: Digital Design CS6
Designing for multiple screens can be a difficult and time-consuming task. The new Fluid Grid feature in Dreamweaver CS6 gives designers a visual way to control page layout for multiple screen sizes. It also automatically integrates cross-browser consistency through the use of HTML5 boilerplate and the respond.js library.
What is Adobe Muse?
Show: Adobe Muse Feature Tour
See how you can create and publish dynamic websites for desktop and mobile devices that meet the latest web standards — without writing code. Quickly plan your site by laying a smart foundation. Design using familar tools and keyboard shortcuts, and create unique mobile versions. Add engaging interactivity including slide shows and contact forms, plus add scroll effects and Adobe Edge animations. Preview and test your site before going live, and when you're ready, publish with Adobe or with the hosting provider of your choice.
Find out how to bring media such as audio and video clips into your Premiere Pro projects. This movie explores the Media Brower and demonstrates how to navigate through file structures to get the files you need. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Creating a basic clipping mask
Learn how to create a “clipping mask,” or an object whose shape masks other artwork so that only areas that lie within the shape are visible. In this video, you'll explore some of the basic uses of clipping masks in Adobe Illustrator. Learn more from the complete Adobe Illustrator CC course at Infiniteskills.com.
Add a transition between 2 clips
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CS6
Technically, even a straight cut is a transition, but for video editing, we usually think of a transition as a special effect than blends one image into another. This lesson shows you how to add, adjust, and remove special transition effects.
Create complex shapes and refine your illustration
Now that you’ve learned the basics of using the Pencil tool, you’ll start creating more complex shapes. Learn how to continue a path, complete a shape, and create straight and curved segments, all using the Pencil tool. You’ll also take a look at the Path Segment Reshape feature and make some finishing touches to our illustration before moving it into the final composition.
Trimming and sliding edits
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Often, in After Effects, it’s valuable to trim and move layers in a project the same way you would edit individual clips in a video-editing application like Premiere Pro. In this movie, Ian Robinson shows how to trim and re-time multiple individual layers, each with their own animations, to create a complete composited animation.
How to Publish Photos from Lightroom Directly to Google+
In this episode I'll show you how to publish your photos directly from Lightroom to your Google+ Account.
How to Digitally Sign a Document with Adobe Reader
Show: Acrobat X
This video explains how to digitally sign a PDF file with the free Adobe Reader.
Removing Distracting Elements using the enhanced Content Aware Technology in Photoshop
In this video, Julieanne will show you how to remove distracting elements using the improved Content-Aware technologies including the ability to blend colors and textures better than ever before.
InDesign: Creating interactive PDFs with Page Turn and Flash animations
Show: CSInsider | Design
This episode gives an answer to a question Rufus hears very frequently: "Can I have page turns and animations created in Adobe InDesign in a PDF?" - The answer is yes. Find out how.