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Date: 2010-06-01
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Aurelie Laumont at Cosmodigital Discusses Color Grading of "Bi, Don't Be Afraid!"
SCRATCH-RED Workflow Enhances the Intimacy of the Imagery
Phan used the RED Digital Camera for the shoot of the 90-minute "Bi, Don't Be Afraid!" and post house Cosmodigital in Paris, France used ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH(r) Digital Finishing Solution for the post-production data workflow.
Adobe CS5 Web Premium Part Three: Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and the Rest
The three-part review concludes with two old Macromedia programs and one near hissy fit
We're down to the last major pieces of Adobe CS5 Web Premium, but last doesn't always mean least. OR DOES IT??? HMMMM??? With that as a spectacular teaser, let's spend our final installment looking at two holdovers from those halcyon Macromedia days of yore: Dreamweaver, the venerable web site building tool, and Fireworks, the oft-overlooked prototyping and vector/bitmap editing powerhouse.

Web Site Planning and Wireframing: Part 2 of 12
Using the important miscellaneous tools in the Web Developer toolbar
Let's take a look at the Miscellaneous dropdown toolbar. It's often overlooked, but it's one of my favorite toolbars, because it has some very sexy fun tools to use. Click on it, drag down, and what we are going to look at is Display Ruler.
Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training: Tabbed Documents
In this clip, host Jan Kabili covers new documents in the Full Edit Workspace, and free floating windows. She covers the new tabbed document feature that is modeled after Photoshop CS4 that enables you to cycle through your open documents more easily. She also shows how to make them free floating again as well as how to bring a floating document into a tabbed document arrangement.
Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training: Full Edit Workspace
In this clip, host Jan Kabili discusses the Photoshop Elements Full Edit Workspace, goes over some of the features that have changed since version 7, and covers the new features to the updated interface, which shares many of the same traits as Photoshop CS4.
ASSIMILATE Congratulates SCRATCH Users for 2010 Cannes Film Festival Nominations
RED Digital Camera and SCRATCH Post Projects at Cannes 2010
At the 63rd Cannes Film Festival (May 12 - 23, 2010), several prestigious award nominations and honors are on the roster for filmmakers whose post-production companies used ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH Digital Finishing Solution in their digital workflows.

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