Using the New Highlight Paragraph Feature in InDesign CC 2015

For years, InDesign users have be asking for a way to highlight a selected paragraph with a color background. In CC 2015, their wish will be answered. In this tutorial, Jeff will go through the options of this long-awaited feature.

Speed Ramping in Premiere Pro

Transition smoothly from fast to slow, and slow to fast with this fun feature in Adobe Premiere.

Creating Graphic Styles in Illustrator to Accomplish the Impossible

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard “It’s Impossible to Do that in Illustrator” from long-time users and novices alike. In this tutorial, I will be taking a look at using Graphic Styles to help solve some of these impossible problems in seconds, beginning with how to add a gradient fill to editable type.

Using the Power of the Book Feature in InDesign

In this tutorial, I will be discussing the Book feature in InDesign, everything from the basics of setting up a new Book to unusual ways to use to use this powerful feature to solve problems in documents that are NOT books.

Relinking Media in Adobe Premiere Pro

Relink “Offline” and missing media files in Adobe Premiere.

After Effects – Staying Organized

From bins to media managing your project files, stay organized in Adobe After Effects.

Creating a Lower 3rd Graphic with Premiere, Part 3

Join Daniel as we go through adding motion to the 3rd installment of this lower third creation series—made totally in After Effects, no outside programs!

Creating a Lower 3rd Graphic with Premiere, Part 2

Join Daniel as we go through adding a lower third creation — made totally in After Effects, no outside programs!

Creating a Lower 3rd Graphic with Premiere, Part 1

Join Daniel as we go through adding a lower third creation — made totally in After Effects, no outside programs!

Staying Organized with Markers in Premiere

Get organized, work fluidly (yeah, not the words most video creatives want to hear) Simple steps to keep you on track using markers in Adobe Premiere.

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