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Brenda Huettner: Expanding role of multimedia in Tech Doc
Brenda Huettner shares exciting developments in how graphics, especially video, are replacing traditional text-oriented training steps. Huettner observes that many "static" screen grabs are being replaced by intelligent software simulations, like the ones that she creates with Adobe Captivate. The lines between video production and traditional "tech doc" continue to blur.
Using the Magic Wand tool to select colors, patterns, shapes, and more
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
The Magic Wand selection tool gives Illustrator users some very interesting ways of making object-oriented selections. Learn the power of the Magic Wand tool and its ability to make selections by object color, pattern, and even stroke weight. Learn more from the complete Adobe Illustrator CC course at Infiniteskills.com.
Introduction to 3D: Material Options (Environment Layers)
Show: Learn After Effects CC
Adjusting a 3D layer's material options can create a sense of depth and realism. Adobe After Effects: Learn by Video authors Todd Kopriva and Angie Taylor demonstrate useful techniques when auto-orienting layers, cameras, and lights in 3D space.
Working with Guides and Rulers in Flash Professional
Learn how to stay oriented and organized in Flash Professional CC by learning how to work efficiently with guides and rulers. Learn more at Adobe Flash Professional CC: Learn by Video
FrameMaker for Word: Landscape pages in Portrait documents [in depth]
Adobe Certified Trainer Barb Binder takes you through the simple steps of creating and using landscape pages mixed in a portrait oriented document. Unlike Microsoft Word, FrameMaker uses master pages, not section breaks. This eliminates a host of problems experienced by Word users when section breaks are adjacent to complex numbered headings or lists. You can either allow pagination to go through the FrameMaker landscape page, or around the landscape page.
Beal Adobe Youth Voices UNICEF Challenge
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
H.B. Beal Secondary School has been the major technical secondary school in London, Ontario, Canada since the year 1912. In that time, Beal has established itself as being at the forefront of practical, hands-on education. The school has always welcomed those eager to learn, even those whom other schools discarded. For over 50 years, Beal has also been the leader in Broadcasting Education across Southwestern Ontario. However, recently, due to limited funding and an economy that is getting poorer and poorer, Beal’s broadcasting program, “BTV”, is falling behind. In order to prevent this, BTV is teaming up with local news station, Rogers TV, to create a show for youth, about youth, and produced by youth. This is quite exciting for the students enrolled in the program, but with funds being at their current level, the show seems due to fail. Both those at Beal and those at Rogers TV believe that this youth-oriented television show is vital to improving conditions in a city with a 9.1% unemployed rate (2% more than the Canadian average). At Beal, approximately 25% of the student population is high-risk, and almost 5% of the students live on their own (the highest across the school board). With tv segments that will talk about youth issues such as drug abuse, food preparation, and mental health issues, we believe that we can be a great aid to these students as well as youth all across the viewership.
Pushing the Boundaries of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite in Academia
Show: MAX 2011 Envision
See exciting new developments in academic publishing on mobile devices. This session will showcase periodical and research-oriented projects initiated at Case Western Reserve University and Indiana University that use Adobe Digital Publishing Suite for publishing scholarly information to the next generation of tablet devices. Learn about the unique requirements and challenges of publishing such documents and how to make the best use of multimedia and interactive design. Plus, explore how to employ the analytic features supported by Digital Publishing Suite for conveying complex information.
Aspect-Oriented Programming with Flex
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Learn new aspect-oriented programming (AOP) techniques for Flex development. This session begins with an overview of AOP fundamentals to demystify the terminology and advances to discussions on why ActionScript developers may want to utilize these new techniques. Discover the new AOP support in the wildly popular Swiz framework and how it aims to greatly reduce developer barriers by simplifying AOP. Then look at some real examples to understand how AOP works in practice.