Setting Up Live Captions in InDesign CS5

We’ll also show you how you can use Buzzword to collaborate between different documents.

Adobe Workflow Lab to Fireworks, Part 2

Follow along with this four-part series which begins with an in-flight entertainment device, and moves into the new Workflow Lab app from Adobe and eventually into Fireworks to create a Rich Media Application.

Live Trace Tricks in Adobe Illustrator

Here’s a cool way of creating a vector graphic element in Illustrator from a composite created in Photoshop.

Experiment with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop CS5

Here’s an idea on how to use Adobe Illustrator CS5 and Adobe Photoshop CS5 to experiment with the goal of getting your own happy accident, although not quite so accidentally.

Overview of New Features in Camera Raw 6

Among these are new image rendering (the process version), noise reduction and sharpening, lens corrections, and the ability to add grain.

Adobe Workflow Lab to Fireworks, Part 1

Follow along with this four-part series which begins with an in-flight entertainment device, and moves into the new Workflow Lab app from Adobe and eventually into Fireworks to create a Rich Media Application.

Clipping Masks in Illustrator CS5

Here’s a cool technique derived from the movie poster for From Paris with Love starring John Travolta. The poster layout made very cool use of masking images with letters and shapes.

Color Control in After Effects CS5

Franklin McMahon discusses 3 features in After Effects CS5 to help improve the color in your video clip: 1) Levels, 2) Vibrance, and 3) the Color Finesse 3 plugin.

Six New Features in Dreamweaver CS5

Here’s how to use some of the coolest new features, from troubleshooting CSS with the new inspect option, to adding advanced Ajax and jQuery features using the widget browser, to testing your pages in different Web browsers using the Adobe BrowserLab website.

Photoshop and Illustrator Interaction

Use Illustrator to define a graphic as a symbol and then create a design using the symbol as a brush. Then take the design back into Photoshop.

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