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RoboHelp: Previewing and Applying Skins
Show: RoboHelp 11 Features
RoboHelp is known for its power to publish to HTML5, but you can still publish to traditional, tri-pane WebHelp. When doing so, you can choose from a variety of "skins" to customize the experience for your users. Watch this brief video to see how simple these steps are.
AYVAwards_Animation_The Same Love
Many people have different ideas of what love is. This project sets out to share that love can be shared no matter the color of skin or gender. Even if you may object to one persons lifestyle, it is important to respect their decisions and their personal choices. This piece is meant to inspire acceptance and to show that love transcends all.
ROBOHELP 10: Previewing and Applying Skins
RoboHelp is very versatile when it comes to customizing the look and feel of your output. RoboHelp 10 comes with an appealing gallery of skins which you can select, preview and apply. Watch this brief video as Adobe Product Evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann walks you this this simple, sensible process. Naturally, skins can easily be customized, which we'll cover in a subsequent video
Removing skin blemishes with the healing brushes
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn how to use two tools for retouching blemishes in Photoshop: the Spot Healing Brush and the Healing Brush. The Spot Healing Brush automatically samples from the area near where you retouch. With the Healing Brush, you can specify a specific sample to use for retouching. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
The Skin We're In
The Skin We're In was created to examine the importance of identity. In Baltimore, many young people are unaware of who they are. The film was made to show that unawareness of identity is a growing systemic problem within the city of Baltimore. Without a sense of identity, young people will be ineffective at success. The intended audience is young people and adults within the community so that they can realize how important it is to know "who you are". The is exhibited through asking young people, teachers and colleagues, and about how their identity were formed, successful or not.
Using A Bump Map To Give An Object Texture
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Jeff Sengstack explains how to apply "bump maps" to 3D objects and then adjust them. Bump maps give 3D objects texture -- bumpiness. They can make a reptile's skin look rough, create a sense of contours on the surface of a planet, or make a smooth sphere look like the skin of an orange. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.