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What's New in Premiere Pro CC - NAB 2014
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Join Premiere Pro product manager Al Mooney for a sneak peek to see the new features coming soon to Premiere Pro. With Live Text templates, users can modify text in After Effects compositions without leaving Premiere Pro. Powerful new Masking and Tracking in Premiere Pro make it easy to add feathered masks that follow a subject through a shot. That makes it a breeze to add an effect to a moving object, or to blur out faces or logos for the duration of a shot. Both features include support for Dynamic Link so clips with Live Text templates or Masking and Tracking data can be opened in After Effects for additional fine-tuning or additional animation. With the new Master Clip effect feature, changes that are applied to a Master Clip ripple down to every part of that clip in a sequence—so there’s no need to copy and paste effects to each clip individually. The Premiere Pro update also offers a faster editing workflow with improved handling of large projects and accelerated sorting and searching in the Project panel, as well as enhanced graphics performance, with support for a wider range of GPUs, including GPU debayering for RED media.
RoboHelp 11: Responsive Layout Editor, Adding Logos
Show: RoboHelp 11 Features
RoboHelp 11's new responsive layout editor gives you simple visual control over all elements, including graphics. See how you can swiftly add a Logo for branding, all w/o having to read or understand CSS codes.
FrameMaker for Word: Modifying Structured Templates for DITA
Certified Adobe Expert Matt Sullivan takes you through the few simple steps to modify out-of-the-box structured FrameMaker templates for DITA 1.2. With these techniques, you can add your own company logo, or your own look and feel to topics or concepts that you create in DITA using FrameMaker 11.
Understanding master pages
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
A Master Page allows you to apply common elements like headers, footers, logos, and navigation to multiple pages in your site. You can use one Master Page for your site or set up multiple Master Pages so that you can quickly and consistently apply unique styles to different sections of your site. You'll learn how to work efficiently by using Master Pages in this video. Excerpted from Train Simple's Adobe Muse Tutorial