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Customer-requested timesavers in Illustrator CC
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
See how Illustrator CC lets you work with new timesavers, from exporting settings to a folder to share across workgroups, the ability to draw and resize artboards from the center, access Fill/Stroke controls in the Swatches panel, and use sliders to control opacity settings.
A quick portrait retouching technique using Clarify
Learn how to soften skin and sharpen eyes and lips using the Clarity slider in Camera Raw. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Sharpening and perfecting your photos with Smart Sharpen
Learn how to work with the Smart Sharpen filter in Photoshop in order to achieve a fine level of control over the sharpening in an image. You'll see how to use the Amount, Radius, and Reduce Noise sliders to modify your images. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
App of the Week: Macalester Today Alumni Magazine
Macalester Today alumni magazine uses Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to bring its print content to life with interactive overlays and distribute it on the iPad. This app of the week shares stories of professors, students and alumni through video, innovative uses of scrolling frames, nested overlays, and sliders and trays.
Trimming and sliding edits
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Often, in After Effects, it’s valuable to trim and move layers in a project the same way you would edit individual clips in a video-editing application like Premiere Pro. In this movie, Ian Robinson shows how to trim and re-time multiple individual layers, each with their own animations, to create a complete composited animation.