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Show: Learn Photoshop CC
The new Perspective Warp feature in Adobe Photoshop CC allows you to select an object in a 2-dimensional photograph, and then rotate and adjust that image’s perspective inside a customized 3-dimensional workspace. Infinite Skills expert trainer Andy Anderson shows you the ins and outs of this powerful editing tool. If you want to learn more from Andy, check out his Adobe Photoshop CC Tutorials at Infinite Skills.
Understanding the Control Panel in Illustrator
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
The Control Panel is command central for managing many options and properties for a selected object. Learn how to edit your artwork conveniently and precisely with this feature. Excerpted from Train Simple's Illustrator Tutorials
FrameMaker and Word: Graphic Hotspots
FrameMaker has many functions not available in Word, including the ability to make a "reverse cross reference" between graphic objects and related text. Watch this short video to see how to select objects or portions of a vector diagram, and make them behave as hyperlinked hotspots that will jump to related text. A simple marker mechanism is used to accomplish this.
Show: Learn Edge Animate
Keyframes in Animate define how objects move or change over time. In this video we'll take a look at how to add keyframes, the relationship between the playhead and keyframes, and how to use the Properties panel to create rather drastic changes to selected objects.
GS-06: Using the Blob Brush and Eraser
The Blob Brush and Eraser tools perform pathfinder operations behind the scenes as you draw. Draw over existing brush strokes with the Blob Brush to merge the strokes. Select objects before drawing with the Eraser tool to erase only selected areas.