The workflow from Illustrator to Edge Animate and Reflow just got much, much simpler. Before the new CC update, users had to export a .SVG file from Illustrator which could be confusing based on the setting options. Now, all they have to do is copy the drawing from Illustrator to the clipboard, and paste it into Animate and Reflow. The new updates have made this really simple.
In Part 1, I talked about putting the images you want in your photo book into a collection and finishing them off (in the Develop module). Then, heading to the Book module to choose your book’s final size, paper quality, and stuff like that, and then using Auto Layout to at least get your images into the book. Now, we’re going to learn how to tweak those layouts.
Includes a Four-Bay Reader Hub The Lexar Professional Workflow Reader is unique in that it simultaneously downloads up to four memory cards of basically any memory card format. It’s ideal for heavy shooters like videographers, wedding and sports photographers, or photographers who shoot with a combination of different card formats. The system’s centerpiece is a [...]
Updated Workflow Plug-Ins The PDF2DTP plug-in converts PDFs into either InDesign or to QuarkXPress files (the InDesign and Quark versions are separate purchases). It has been updated for InDesign CC and is currently available only for the Macintosh. The plug-in hasn’t been updated to support InDesign CC for Windows or for QuarkXPress 10 on either [...]
In this tutorial, Tom Green goes over how to import video files into Edge Animate. Using the new Video tab in the Animate Library, users can import their video formats and set video playback options like autoplay, loop, and display video controls. Because this is html5, users need to be sure to include video formats (.mp4, .webm, and .ogv) that work across different browsers, like Firefox and Opera.