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Adobe Illustrator CC: what's new in January 2014
Discover what’s new in Adobe Illustrator CC. Use Live Corners to easily edit the corners of shapes and paths. Draw with a Pencil tool has been completely rebuilt for more precise curved paths and straight line segments. Fluidly drag path segments into the shape you desire. Export scalable, responsive SVG files that can adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions. Get access to more than 800 Adobe Typekit desktop fonts right from within Illustrator, and more.
Ask a Pro E-seminar: Join the Vector Revolution
Show: Creative Cloud for Web
In this Ask A Pro session we discuss why Web designers should care about scalable vector graphics (SVG). Although SVG is almost 15 years old, the multi screen, multi resolution challenge means that it is now more relevant than ever. Academy Class Illustrator and all round design expert Tony Harmer, will give an overview of SVG and show us how you can use Adobe Illustrator to design and output SVG for the web.
Create crisp graphics for video in Illustrator
Illustrator creates vector artwork that looks pin-sharp at any resolution. This makes it popular in video post-production for graphics creation. This lesson shows you how to create simple vector-based Illustrator files and import them to After Effects and Premiere Pro.
Cropping to Ratios, fixed sizes and resolution in Photoshop CC
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn how to use the Crop tool's settings to get exact size, ratio and resolution you want for any image in Photoshop CC. You'll see the useful settings on the Crop tool and the new ratios Adobe has added to the fpresets. Learn more at Adobe Photoshop CC: Learn by Video
Understanding the size and resolution of your graphics
Show: Learn Adobe Muse CC
Scaling an image up excessively can result in a pixelated look. In this video, learn some techniques for working with image size and resolution in Muse. Topics include DPI, resampling, and previewing modified images. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Placing graphics, and tips about graphics frames in InDesign CC
Show: Learn InDesign CC
The Place command is the primary method used to insert graphics into InDesign because it provides the highest level of support for resolution, file formats, multipage PDF and INDD files, and color. In this video, you'll learn how to place your graphics efficiently and how to use and manipulate graphics frames to place graphic content. Learn more at Adobe InDesign CC: Learn by Video