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Bootcamp: Introduction to DPS storefront development
DPS applications can be customized using HTML5. In this video, you will learn about the starting points to develop your own custom storefront for a DPS application. This session was presented by Klaasjan Tukker during the DPS EMEA Bootcamp 2014 in Stockholm.
Sundance 2014: Sterlin Harjo - This May Be the Last Time
Show: Adobe at Sundance
Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo describes his 2014 Sundance entry "This May Be the Last Time." Using his grandfather's 1962 car accident as a starting point, the film explores a Muskogee Indian singing tradition that incorporates Scottish missionary songs, Christian hymns, and slave spirituals.
ROBOHELP 10: Auto-Generate a TOC
Most of the time in RoboHelp 10, you will want to customize your TOC. Although it would be rare to want a TOC that exactly matches your project structure, you can instantly generate such a TOC as a starting point for your customization. Watch this 2.5 minute video to find out just how simple this process is.
Sarah O'Keefe: It's Not About the Tool
In this STC/Adobe interview, Sara O'Keefe maintains that your search for a solution should not start with a focus on what tools to select for authoring. You starting point should be determining what type of relevant, business-critical content you need to deliver. Do you need to deliver high quality PDF? Can your users be happy with web and mobile access only? Will your content require a certain type of metadata? How will you manage your content? Once you have answered these questions, then you can qualify and determine which authoring tools will best suit your needs.
Tamagotchi Galore: Wrangling 7,000-Plus Devices
Discover the best strategies for coping with the heavily fragmented web and the testing and debugging that it requires across devices. Andre Jay Meissner will explain ways to check the consistency and performance of code in production across multiple operating systems and browser engines. At the end of the session, you'll either leave with an ideal starting point or take away important additions to your existing QA workflow. You'll learn how to: • Define the right set of test devices • Interpret analytics to narrow down the test farm • Acquire the test devices for free• Choose the right tools and tests for your job
The Way It Is
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
“The Way it Is” is a short documentary-style film featuring the youth of Stonegate, an underserved community in Etobicoke, Canada. The film features youth stories giving voice to what the Stonegate community means to them as individuals and as a group. In addition, they interviewed area residents to learn their perspectives. The Stonegate Community Health Centre (SCHC), which runs youth programs, was the target audience. They experience challenges engaging Stonegate youth. The screening provided a starting point for discussion between the youth and SCHC about how they could better engage and serve the youth of Stonegate.
Improved Auto Corrections
Show: Photoshop Hidden Gems
Apply new and enhanced auto functionality in Brightness and Contrast, Levels, and Curves for easy adjustment of your images with terrific results. Intelligence from thousands of hand-retouched images is built in to give you a better starting point for making adjustments.
Color Finesse Workflow: Primary Grading (Part 2)
Show: Short and Suite
Have you ever tried to match color from shots captured on different cameras, or from footage shot on the same camera, but under different lighting conditions? In this episode of Short and Suite, Karl Soule continues to explore Color Finesse workflows inside Adobe After Effects CS5. He shows you how to use the bundled Color Finesse plug-in to neutralize white balance in your shots in order to create a common starting point for creative color grading.