In this tutorial you will learn how to quickly create a standard RGB colorwheel in Photoshop.
Learn to record any audio playing on your computer, even if your sound card doesn’t support “audio mix” or “record what u hear” options.
In this fast tutorial you will learn how to replace the basic bullet points that Powerpoint automatically creates in front of your points when you are creating slides. The example uses minus and plus symbols to demonstrate why the basic bullets are not always the best option.
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The script brings backwards compatibility to After Effects, exporting projects that can be opened in any version from CS3 or later.
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This video tutorial teaches how to measure and cut the golden proportion/golden rectangle (also called divine proportion) in Adobe Photoshop. In the end we draw also the famous spiral quickly.
This tutorial teaches you to remove unwanted background noise from your audio or video files in Adobe Audition.
Learn how to use individual color channels in order to select complicated subjects.
Watch this tutorial to learn how custom subpicture highlights are created for buttons in Adobe Encore:
Want to have a dvd menu that is in motion? Watch the tutorial below to quickly learn how animated menus are exported from After Effects and further handled in Encore.
Here’s the basic workflow of tracking an object in Mocha and using the tracking data to attach an image in After Effects to your object.