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Below you will find useful informational articles , including tips and tricks, how-to articles etc. Content is updated on a weekly basis.



After Effects Learning Resources:

Ordering Effects in After Effects
After Effects LogoThe order of your effects in the Effects Control panel will determine how things look in After Effects. Here I've applied a Drop Shadow effect to my spaceman and brought the distance away in the effects control panel. Read more.


Creating backgrounds and text with animated colors in After Effects
After Effects CC LogoGo to Composition/New Composition. Create a composition with the preset of your choice. You can select layer/new layer or use the keyboard shortcuts Cmnd/Y or Control Y, then click ok to create a solid. Read more.


Creating Spinning Objects
Adobe After Effects CCIn After Effects go to Composition/New Composition. Choose the preset of your choice. We are going with HDTV1080 29;97, background color black and then
Click OK. We are ready to bring in our planet. We are using a flat planet map of the earth. Read more.



InDesign Learning Resources:

Using Conditional Text with Images in InDesign
InDesign logoConditional Text in InDesign is similar to Layer Comps in Photoshop. But in InDesign it is limited to text only. You can use conditional text with images by changing them to Inline Graphics. Read more.


Working with Conditional Text in InDesign
Adobe Indesign CC1. Open Conditional Text.indd. 2. Choose Window > Type and Tables > Conditional Text to open the panel. The panel already has conditions created and applied to various text items in the layout. Read more.



Photoshop Learning Resources:


Getting to know the Photoshop Interface

Adobe Photoshop LogoIn this article, you will familiarize yourself with the Adobe Photoshop interface. Also covered are Preferences, Shortcuts, Workspaces and Menu Customization. Read more.


Different File Formats and Resolutions in Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop CCPhotoshop format (PSD) is the default file format and the only format, besides the Large Document Format (PSB), that supports most Photoshop features. Because of the tight integration between Adobe products, other Adobe applications such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe GoLive can directly import PSD files and preserve many Photoshop features. Read more.



Premeire Pro Learning Resources:


Creating a Spot Color effect in Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro LogoThe spot color effect is when everything on the screen is in black and white except for a certain color.
This effect can be done with both stills and video. Read more.


Repairing Noisy Audio in Audition
Adobe Premiere Pro CCIf you have noisy audio in Adobe Premiere Pro you can use Audition to clean it up. Right click on the clip in Premiere's Timeline and choose Edit in Adobe Audition. Read more.


Creating a Spot Color effect in Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CC 2015If you're going to make a multi episode of a production you don't have to export the title or re-create the same title each time. Premiere allows you to save your titles as templates which will always be available to you. Read more.


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