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Date: 2009-04-01
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Water Goes Bananas at DMG and Fusion CI Studios
The fluid fx gurus at Fusion CIS morph drinking water into an intelligent being with a spritely character
Fusion CI Studios and Department of Motion Graphics pooled talents recently to create this lively spot for New Zealand creative agency, Sugar and client, Fonterra. Fonterra's new "smart" water, "Whole", leaps into the air then transforms itself into shape after shape -- first a brain, then a bridge, then bananas -- displaying a vigorous character and life of its own.
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 Essential Training: Introduction
Trimming audio, creating professional quality fade ins and fade outs, volume keyframe editing
In this video, host Sven-Erik Seaholm gives an introduction to Adobe's Soundbooth CS4. He covers what Soundbooth CS4 is and covers some of the basics of what Soundbooth CS4 offers, such as trimming audio, creating professional quality fade ins and fade outs, volume keyframe editing, and the beat detect function.

Leveraging Notification Services to get the information you need, how you need it
News, Finances, Blogs, Podcasts. . . All of this content does NOT need to be read in a web page. Today it is easy to set up and receive a notification about changes content. In this article you will find out how you can receive notifications about changed content to your mobile phone, email and TV and why you should be adding notification systems to your web sites to increase visitor loyalty.
Device Central CS4 Essential Training: Panels
How to copy a device successfully down from the local library, and how to work with the emulate icon
In this video, host Dale Rankine takes a look at the tools contained in device Central Panels. He shows how to copy a device successfully down from the local library, and how to work with the emulate icon. He then discusses the panels, such as display, automated testing, keypad, device status, device peroformance, and more.
C4D QuickTip #04
Three for Four. Four Quick Material Tips in C4D
You know there are many different ways to use your materials, many different ways to create materials - well here are some easy ways to not only get your bitmap textures in, copy them to multiple channels, but also turn texture tags on and off without removing them! THREE TUTORIAL VIDEOS one quick tip each
R11 C4D QuickTip #02
Using HUD elements to set Keyframes
You don't have to rely on the F9 key, or the attributes window to set keyframes. You can set keyframes directly in the editor window. Sure you can...

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