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How to view one topic in a split-screen with RoboHelpRoboHelp has a nifty technique for modifying the scroll bar in a topic so that you have a split-screen. This enables you to view two different portions of a very long topic at the same time. The trick is how to restore the screen back to normal. Watch this very brief video to discover how to save time when you need to see the start and the end of a topic at the same time.
Show: RoboHelp 11 Features
FrameMaker XML Author 12: Merging and Splitting Elements
Discover two simple methods for either merging adjacent elements, or splitting one element into two. A useful technique for list items.
Importing and editing CINEMA 4D files
Show: Learn After Effects CC
Learn to import C4D files into After Effects and edit them using the included Cinema 4D Lite. Author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates how to view animations built into the files in real-time, or split files into constituent layers so you can add effects in After Effects. Learn more from the complete After Effects training course at Infiniteskills.com.
Lightroom 5 - Adding Special Effects
Explore the best way to convert images to black and white, as well as add tonal overlays, edge effects, selective coloring and film grain textures. Then, learn how to apply those effects to multiple files using Sync options and Presets.
Visually preview audio edits as you apply them
Show: Learn Audition CC
Audition's Preview Editor shows a split-screen of your waveform before and after a change, so you can visually confirm an edit before you apply it. Jeff Sengstack, the InfiniteSkills.com author of Learning Adobe Audition, explains how to use the feature and why it's especially useful for effects that alter clip duration.