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Color Correction in Premiere Pro CS6

This tutorial covers basic color correction in Premiere Pro. Daniel Bryant goes over three different ways to correct color in Premiere Pro. The first is using the Fast Color Corrector. The next way is through a Levels adjustment. The third way is using the Three-way color corrector. Follow along and learn how to get the best-looking video you can.

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3D Ray-Tracing in After Effects CS6

Daniel Bryant shows you how to take advantage of After Effects CS6′s ray-tracing features to light and render a 3D movie title.

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Creating Vectors with the new Image Trace Feature in Adobe Illustrator CS6

Jeff shows you how to turn pixels into vector with the new Image Trace feature in Illustrator CS6.

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Let Adobe InDesign Do The Math For You

Jeff demonstrates the benefit of using mathematic computations for the position and size fields in Adobe InDesign.

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Embedding Video in Adobe Edge Animate

Tom Green walks you through working with video in Edge Animate.

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Custom Web Fonts in Adobe Edge Animate

Tom Green shows you where to find custom web fonts and how to incorporate them in Edge Animate.

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Embedding HTML5 Video in Adobe Dreamweaver CS6

In this video, Tom Green sheds some light on the embedding choices for video in HTML5.

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Using the Blur Smart Filter on Video in Photoshop CS6

Tom Green shows you how Photoshop CS6′s new blur smart filter can be applied to video.

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Edge Animations into Dreamweaver CS6

Thanks to a new update, it is easier than ever to move Edge animations into Dreamweaver CS6. Simply export an Animate Deployment Package from Edge and then insert that Edge Animate Composition into your web design in Dreamweaver.

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Using Liquid Layout in InDesign CS6

Jeff Witchel walks viewers through the new Liquid Layout function in InDesign CS6. In this example, he uses the new feature to re-scale a print ad.

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