Low Key lighting is used to accentuate the contours of an object by throwing areas into shade while using a fill light to illuminate the subject and control contrast. Let Infinite Skills author Andy Anderson show you how to take an ordinary image and add a dramatic low key effect with the click of a button.
See how easy it is to link an entire 3D graphic to an animation view and also how a few FrameMaker 11 mouse clicks, generated a list of parts from the 3D graphic that are automatically hyper-linked. In PDF output, you can click on any of the part names in the table, and the 3D graphic will change to a non-shaded view, with the selected part highlighted with 3D shading.
This feature is very empowering for people creating techcomm content for medical devices, transportation/airline parts and other products that utilize diagrams with many potential views.
Jul 25, 2012
pdf, Hyperlinks, animation, dynamic pdf, rich media, 3D graphics, FrameMaker 11, Medical Devices, linked graphics, parts
Former Adobe Flex SDK team member Chet Haase explores the new Pixel Bender-based effects in Flex 4, such as CrossFade and Wipe. Learn how to use these effects to create cool transitions in your Flex 4 applications.