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Adele Adendorff & Pluto Panossis, The Open Window, South Africa
Adele Adendorff is an artist, gallerist, curator and lecturer within the fine art and design world in South Africa. Having taught at numerous universities in South Africa, she is currently appointed as the Head of Visual Communication at The Open Window. During the course of his career, Pluto Panoussis has been a designer, an illustrator, a writer, an architect, and the director of a number of award-winning productions, which span a range of media, including film, television and the stage.Currently he is head of the Film Arts Department at the Open Window School of Visual Communication.
What is After Effects CC?
Show: Learn After Effects CC
Discover After Effects, the industry-standard tool for video compositing, motion graphics, and cinematic visual effects. Justin Seeley shows how After Effects is used in television and film to composite and rotoscope scenes, create special effects and 3D scenes, and design and animate motion graphics and titles. Learn more from the full courses at Lynda.com.
Tips and Techniques for Creating Mind-blowing Photo Effects
Discover the many design possibilities in Adobe Photoshop by exploring the latest design trends in movies, television, and magazines. In this session, you'll walk away with killer tips and techniques that take advantage of the magic of Photoshop. Corey Barker, Kelby Training Photoshop expert, will cover:• How to use features such as masks and selections to create jaw-dropping effects• Step-by-step techniques for creating 3D composites• Understanding what's possible with 3D in Photoshop• How to take advantage of the latest and greatest new Photoshop features to make amazing designs and effects
Beal Adobe Youth Voices UNICEF Challenge
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
H.B. Beal Secondary School has been the major technical secondary school in London, Ontario, Canada since the year 1912. In that time, Beal has established itself as being at the forefront of practical, hands-on education. The school has always welcomed those eager to learn, even those whom other schools discarded. For over 50 years, Beal has also been the leader in Broadcasting Education across Southwestern Ontario. However, recently, due to limited funding and an economy that is getting poorer and poorer, Beal’s broadcasting program, “BTV”, is falling behind. In order to prevent this, BTV is teaming up with local news station, Rogers TV, to create a show for youth, about youth, and produced by youth. This is quite exciting for the students enrolled in the program, but with funds being at their current level, the show seems due to fail. Both those at Beal and those at Rogers TV believe that this youth-oriented television show is vital to improving conditions in a city with a 9.1% unemployed rate (2% more than the Canadian average). At Beal, approximately 25% of the student population is high-risk, and almost 5% of the students live on their own (the highest across the school board). With tv segments that will talk about youth issues such as drug abuse, food preparation, and mental health issues, we believe that we can be a great aid to these students as well as youth all across the viewership.
Adobe & Grundy UFA: Powering Industrial Broadcast Workflows
Show: Adobe at IBC 2012
Marc Schwellenbach, Supervisor of Post Production at Grundy UFA, Germany's leading producer of daily drama, discusses why Grundy believes that Adobe is the premiere partner to provide reliable, integrated tools that answer the needs of demanding television broadcast workflows.
What is After Effects?
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Discover the power of this industry-standard video-compositing, motion-graphics-design and animation tool. Learn how it integrates with the Creative Suite, see how it is used in television and film to create special effects, how to composite scenes with blue/green screen keying, and complete creative tasks like drawing, 3D, and titles.
What's New in Flash Professional CS5.5
Show: MAX 2011 Design
Learn how you can simplify the creation of immersive experiences that are presented consistently across desktops, smartphones, tablets, and televisions with Adobe Flash Professional CS5.5. Target the latest mobile platforms including Android, BlackBerry, and iOS. Efficiently create content that targets multiple devices, copy and paste layers, and easily adapt artwork for various sizes. Plus use more than 20 new code snippets, including ones optimized for mobile and application development.
Digital Primates: Honing In on Multiple Targets with a Single Codebase
Show: MAX 2011 Envision
Join Jeff Tapper of Digital Primates as he digs into the practical and business benefits of targeting desktops, native apps, and televisions using a unified codebase. Tapper will showcase a film distributor who is in the process of making content available via an app that will run on Android, BlackBerry PlayBook, and TVs to complement existing web and iOS applications.