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Date: 2009-09-14
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Dreamweaver for Designers: Site Management
In this clip, host Sue Jenkins shows how to manage a site in Dreamweaver, and covers such things as site modification. She details how to use the manage site dialog, how to navigate the site definition tabs, basic and advance. She recommends going to the Advance tab, and details how to fill in each field as well.
Basic Training for Adobe Ultra: The keyer
In this video, host Tim Kolb discusses what Adobe Ultra is and how to use it. He covers the entire interface, and shows how to use the load requestor to load an asset, how to enable the keyer, set the key to extract, placing points to the areas that you are trying to key.

nailgun* Wants To Go To Friendly's Again
Creative collaborative expands winning recipe to create fun "Friendly's Factory"
Building on last year's successful ''I Wanna Go to Friendly's'' campaign for Friendly's restaurants and Zimmerman Advertising, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, motion graphics + live action studio nailgun* recently revisited and expanded the unique 'still-photo-meets-stop-motion-animation' look to create "Friendly's Factory," a new 30 second spot that highlights the restaurant chain's kid-friendly menu.
Steve is back - and with new iPods!
Steve Jobs stepped back into the spotlight for the first time in nearly a year on Wednesday, drawing a standing ovation before unveiling new and cheaper iPods for Apple Inc.
Adobe Story First Look Preview
It's a great way to develop and write screenplays, teleplays, and video scripts - and is a 'cloud computing' app!
Adobe Story is the newest application from the company that brought us Photoshop and other great apps. Adobe Story is a great new way to develop and write screenplays, teleplays, and video scripts. It's a fully featured app that is highly compatible with many of the popular screenwriting and pre-production software. Best part? It works "in the clouds," ie, it's Internet-based as well as a standalone app.
Basic Training for Adobe OnLocation: The workspace
In this video, host Tim Kolb discusses what OnLocation is and how it works in the edit suite. He showcases the studio shot clock, timecode, vectorscope, and waveform monitor.

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