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NEW Use the Recompose tool
Show: Learn Photoshop Elements
Follow along as this video shows you how to use the Recompose tool to adjust the composition of a scene that needs tweaking. See how you can keep important elements while eliminating or minimizing unwanted elements, and do it all with a simple paintbrush.
Sneak Peek: Playing with Lighting in Photoshop and After Effects
Photographers will often tell you that "It's all about the lighting", and this sneak experiments with playing with lighting after the fact. Tweak image lighting based on selected samples, and turn your home movies into blockbuster hits (or at least make them look the part) by adjusting lighting modeled on any movie you choose. It is early prototype technology that we are working on in our development labs. This is not part of Photoshop CC or After Effects CC, but is an example of capabilities that we could include in future years.
CSS Designer in Depth
Show: Creative Cloud for Web
Get an in-depth look at the powerful new CSS Designer tools in Dreamweaver CC. Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. You can see the effects on your designs immediately, eliminating tedious tweaking and the need to go back and forth to Code view.
Show: Creative Cloud for Web
Featurette: Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. See the effect in your design immediately. No more tedious tweaking. No more switching back to the code. What you see is what you get.
Fast Performance with CSS on Mobile
Optimizing content for speed across mobile devices is critical for successfully deploying web content. Learn about best practices and tips for performance-tweaking your CSS.Paul Irish, developer advocate at Google, and Terry Ryan, developer evangelist at Adobe, will teach:• Skills for performance testing to find performance bottlenecks• Tools and strategies for optimizing web content• What to keep in mind for performance-tuning CSS on mobile
Expressive Painting and Illustration in Photoshop CS5 with Jack Davis
Show: MAX 2011 Design
Learn essential techniques for imitating natural painting effects like impasto oils, translucent watercolors, and textured pastels with the new Mixer Brush in Photoshop CS5. Jack Davis, award-winning artist, author, and Photoshop Hall-of-Famer, will use real-world projects to show how quickly and easily you can enhance and interpret your images and designs — from subtle tweaks to complete expressive transformations. You'll walk away with new painting solutions that are sure to change what you thought was possible in Photoshop and in your own work.
Using the Trim Monitor in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
The Trim Monitor maybe an often-overlooked tool in Premiere Pro that can be used to precisely tweak an edit. Karl Soule shows you how to use this feature to fine-tune the in and out points of clips on a timeline at a cut with ease.
HD Streaming with HTTP Dynamic Streaming
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
Learn how to stream video and audio over HTTP networks with HTTP Dynamic Streaming and Adobe Flash Player 10.1, helping you lower costs and reach a wider audience with your video content. This session will step you through the workflows for encoding, packaging, protecting, and delivering video using the Open Source Media Framework. Discover techniques to optimize the F4F file format, tweak the F4F file packager and live packager, and apply DRM with Adobe Flash Access 2. Learn how to set up your own HTTP Origin using Apache to work with popular content delivery networks.