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Differences Make the Greatest World Portrait
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
This is a video poem produced with images created through the use of Photoshop. Youth took photographs in a studio built with recycled material and edited them to illustrate a poem written by one of the participants. In some images, they mixed their own photographs with fragments of pictures from the Internet, but in a way that would not violate the established copyright rules. Stop motion techniques were also used to convey the message. This media was part of a bullying prevention campaign that aimed to sensitize youth regarding the respect for differences.
Copyright and Media Licensing
Show: Learn Adobe Youth Voices
Understanding ownership of your own work and others is a very important part of youth media. This tutorial examines the fundamental concepts of copyright law and describes how to license your work to Adobe. Learn about these important concepts and gain the tools to use them.
Applying Metadata Templates in Adobe Bridge
Trying to remember where all your files are by filename alone is a losing battle with hard drives that hold hundreds of thousands of files. Metadata can help narrow your searches by allowing you to embed unique information about each file. Adobe Bridge will allow you to apply Metadata templates to thousands of files automatically so you can get started organizing your files today.
MLB.TV Media Player 4.0 (MLB.com) by MLB Advanced Media, L.P.
MLB Advanced Media created MLB.TV Media Player 4.0 to bring fans closer to their favorite teams with real-time and on-demand games, statistics, and commentary. The media player was developed and delivered with Adobe Flex 3, Flash Media Encoding Server, Flash Media Interactive Server, Flash Media Live Encoder, Flash Media Streaming Server, After Effects CS4, Dreamweaver CS4, Photoshop CS4, and IllustratorCS4. Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of MLB Advanced Media, L.P. All rights reserved.