OK, this one is for the Mac users out there with a dotMac account or those windows users out there that are creating websites for clients who plan to host them on Apple's .Mac service. In this episode you'll see how to setup Adobe GoLive CS2 to be able to publish directly to a .Mac account using WebDAV.
Direct download: GoLive-dotMac.m4v
Category:GoLive -- posted at: 4:01 AM

Placing images inside text is nothing new. However, the old way involved converting the text to outlines first and thereby making the text uneditable. In this episode you'll learn how to fill your text with an image while maintaining complete edit-ability of the text. Illustrator CS2 is the answer.
Direct download: Illustrator-ImageText.m4v
Category:Illustrator -- posted at: 4:01 AM

OCR is usually a bad word to most computer users. However, in Acrobat it's the next best thing to sliced bread. Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional not only employs Optical Character Recognition for your text, but it does Page Recognition to preserve the geometry of your pages. Everything stays in place and your paper documents become searchable, reusable text!
Direct download: Acrobat-OCR.m4v
Category:Acrobat -- posted at: 4:01 AM

In this episode we will take a look at how to process digital camera images through the bridge (or over the bridge). We will see how the Bridge workflow works. Going from the camera's Camera RAW format to .DNG format and then into the Bridge where we add metadata, keywords and ratings. We can then use the search capabilities to narrow down the images to just the right shot.
Direct download: Bridge-CameraWorkflow.m4v
Category:Bridge -- posted at: 4:01 AM

InDesign's Eye Dropper Tool offers more than meets the eye. Sampling colors is child's play. With InDesign CS2 you can sample just about anything thing and reapply it over and over again. In this episode we'll learn how to sample colors from images and apply those colors to text. We'll also see a neat trick that allows you to sample frame attributes and apply them to other frames.
Direct download: InDesign-EyeDropperTool.m4v
Category:InDesign -- posted at: 4:01 AM

If you have Adobe Photoshop CS2 (or any version since 5.5) you have Adobe ImageReady. It automatically installs with Photoshop. Many Photoshop users have no idea it's there or let alone what it's used for. In this episode we will take a look at how to create web rollovers from a Photoshop file. ImageReady is a web optimization tool as well as a good tool for creating animations from your layered Photoshop files.
Direct download: Photoshop-Roll_Overs.m4v
Category:Photoshop -- posted at: 4:01 AM

Formatting text can be tedious. In the print world we use Paragraph and Character styles. In the web world we use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). In this episode we'll take the wraps off GoLive's new CSS interface and learn how to transform those standard H1, H2, etc. tags into something a lot more customized to your taste.
Direct download: GoLive-CSSIntro.m4v
Category:GoLive -- posted at: 1:27 PM

Adobe InDesign CS2 has a great feature in that you can fill text with a gradient. However, if you try to do that in Illustrator CS2 it might appear that you can�t. In this episode you�ll see just how easy you can do it and keep the text editable.
Direct download: Illustrator-Gradient_Text.m4v
Category:Illustrator -- posted at: 4:01 AM

The world wide web is great. The problem is you can't take it with you. Or can you? In this episode you'll learn how to use Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional to web capture a web page or entire website. You'll learn how to customize a capture of specific pages. You'll also see the benefits of using Acrobat's web capture feature as opposed to simply printing to PDF.
Direct download: Acrobat-WebCapture.m4v
Category:Acrobat -- posted at: 4:01 AM



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