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FrameMaker and Word: Single source publishing with conditional text and user variables
Although Word has a loose equivalent to user variables, this features is far easier and more straight-forward in FrameMaker 11. Unlike Word, no macros or arcane program strings are required. User variables are ideal for product names, company locations, designated staff members ... anything that is likely to change in your document. Simple actions allow you to globally update not only the content of variables, but their appearance as well. You can combine this feature with conditional text control, which allows you to swiftly "show" or "hide" different sections of text, tables or entire graphics that are associated with a certain version of your documentation. This allows a single set of source files to produce multiple versions of your documentation for various customers or internal content consumers. These features can be invoked with simple keyboard shortcuts while authoring, and you can import their values and setting from one document into an entire book!
Super Zoom in After Effects
Once again a customer question turns into an episode with the idea of something Colin calls Super Zoom. Colin shows you how to combine a high resolution still image with video so the camera can zoom into macro levels without the image getting pixelated. Using After Effects motion reframes and color correction, this can be achieved to create a seamless blend between video and a still.
Merge Depth of Field with Photoshop CS4
Show: Photoshop CAFE TV
Colin Smith will show you how to take multiple photographs with a shallow depth of field and blend them all together into a single image that is sharp and in focus. This is a great technique especially for product and macro photographers.