Chances are if you’re using Adobe GoLive CS2, you’re probably also using Photoshop and maybe Illustrator too. The great thing about GoLive is that it works hand in hand with .PSD and .AI files. In this episode I’ll show you how to incorporate them into each other using Smart Objects.
Direct download: GLSmartObjects.m4v
Category:GoLive -- posted at: 12:00am EDT

Live Trace is the hot new automated tracing capability of Adobe Illustrator CS2. In this Podcast I will show you how to take a logo that was created in Photoshop CS2 and trace it using Live Trace. Because Live Traces are “Live‿ we’ll be able to tweak the settings to get better results. Then I’ll show how to use Live Paint to fill in the logo with the correct colors from the original logo.
Direct download: AI-LiveTrace.m4v
Category:Illustrator -- posted at: 9:29am EDT

Acrobat 7 Professional includes a new capability that enables you to send PDFs to your clients for Review and Markup. That doesn’t sound new right? However, in this version you can enable your PDFs so that even someone with just the FREE Adobe Reader can participate in the review cycle and have the markup tools without requiring that they go buy Acrobat.
Direct download: ACRO-Reviews.m4v
Category:Acrobat -- posted at: 2:28pm EDT

The Adobe Bridge is still my preferred way to look at images in a folder. Although I like the New Adobe Lightroom a lot, I still like the fact that the Bridge can view a folder of images or other documents without having to import anything. In this episode we’ll explore some of my favorite Bridge Tips. Also be sure to check out my “Secrets of Adobe Bridge‿ book.
Direct download: BridgeTips.m4v
Category:Bridge -- posted at: 5:45pm EDT

Every time you place an image in InDesign, chances are you have to execute a fitting command to make it fit in the frame or area that you specified. In this episode of the Creative Suite Podcast I’ll show you ways to do it most efficiently. You’ll also see how to better integrate the Bridge into your workflow.
Direct download: IDfitting2.mp4
Category:InDesign -- posted at: 10:10am EDT

Adobe Illustrator CS2 has a ton of cool effects, fills and strokes. One of the most important, yet often over looked palettes in Illustrator is the Appearance palette. If you’re not using it, you should be! In this episode of the Creative Suite Podcast I’ll show you how to use the Appearance Palette to add multiple strokes to a path.
Direct download: AIappearance-1.mp4
Category:Illustrator -- posted at: 12:01am EDT

Removing a background from an image is probably one of the most requested techniques in Photoshop. Luckily there are numerous ways to do it in Adobe Photoshop CS2. In this Podcast I’ll explore two ways to do it. One is pretty basic and the other one requires a little more finesse.
Direct download: PSremovebackground.m4v
Category:Photoshop -- posted at: 3:19pm EDT

When you’re working on a website, the last thing you feel like doing is creating a separate graphic on every page where you want a header to be. However, if you want to use your own fonts, styles and special effects, you have to do it with a graphic. There would be no guarantee that the viewer of your site would have the same fonts as you do. Using GoLive and Photoshop you can create the Header once in Photoshop and use it throughout your site as a “Banner‿. GoLive CS2 makes this easier than ever!
Direct download: GLheaders.m4v
Category:GoLive -- posted at: 12:50pm EDT

In this Podcast you’ll see how to make a form using Adobe InDesign CS2 and then export it to Adobe PDF. After your form is in PDF you can actually create fields in Acrobat 7 Professional on top of your PDF enabling users to actually fill out the form right inside their web browsers with the Free Adobe Reader. If you have the Adobe Creative Suite 2 Premium, you have everything you need to create your own fillable forms.
Direct download: AC-forms.m4v
Category:Acrobat -- posted at: 5:33pm EDT



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