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Focus: Post/Production The Complete Guide to Creating Photoshop Filters The Filter Factory tutorial series, parts 1 through 7
By Dave Nagel I realized some time ago that it's simply too difficult for new readers of our publications to go hunting through the tutorials archives here to find all of the parts to our Filter Factory tutorial series. To date there have been six parts--two specific tutorials on generating 3D effects, one on customizing the interface of completed filters and three general pieces on working with the Filter Factory's expressions, functions and operators to generate effects. To this we now add our seventh and final part and conclude the series. ...Read More »
Focus: USNews Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 11 of 13 Document Sharing and Collaboration : Sending Documents via email
By David Rivers In Word for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. He also teaches how to proof documents, use the powerful Mail Merge Manager, and share, print, and collaborate on projects. In this installment we look at sending and sharing documents via email. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Accessing Camera Archive Data for Other Programs By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia A Camera Archive is a complete back up of the contents of a videotape (for tape-based cameras), or a memory card or hard drive (for file-based cameras). Normally the video in a camera archive is only accessible from within Final Cut Pro, but what if you need to use some of the archived video in another editing program? You could import the needed video into Final Cut Pro and then export it from a project, but that is quite a bit of work. With a bit of care video from a camera archive can be made available to be imported directly into other software, and this tutorial will show you how. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Creating a Camera Archive Camera Archives are one way that Final Cut Pro can help you protect your media
By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia Creating a camera archive creates a backup that frees your camera or capture media for reuse, preserves and protects your media for future use (this should also be enhanced with more traditional backup options like Mac OS X's Time Machine), and finally the camera archive feature helps preserve the date structure used by your camera to make it easier to store and access your video files. A camera archive can be easily mounted (in some cases automatically) and the video imported at any time. ...Read More »
Focus: Post/Production Importing from iPhoto or Aperture How to import still images from iPhoto or Aperture directly from within Final Cut Pro
By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia If you are an avid user of iPhoto or Aperture, Apple's consumer and professional photo management tools you probably have shoeboxes worth of photos, all carefully organized, cropped, color adjusted, keyword tagged, and now just crying to be seen. Somewhere. Anywhere? ...Read More »
Focus: Business Media Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 10 of 13 Document Sharing and Collaboration : Reviewing changes
By David Rivers In Word for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. David explores the Word for Mac interface, goes over simple tasks such as creating and saving documents, and delves into advanced editing, formatting, and layout features. He also teaches how to proof documents, use the powerful Mail Merge Manager, and share, print, and collaborate on projects. In this installment we look at reviewing changes. ...Read More »
Focus: Game Development GPU Computing Gems Jade Edition Chapter 3: Optimizing Parallel Prefix Operations for the Fermi Architecture
By Wen-mei W. Hwu, Mark Harris and Michael Garland The NVIDIA Fermi GPU architecture introduces new instructions designed to facilitate basic, but important, parallel primitives on per-thread predicates, as well as instructions for manipulating and querying bits within a word. This chapter demonstrates the application of these instructions in the construction of efficient parallel algorithm primitives such as reductions, scans, and segmented scans of binary or Boolean data. ...Read More »
Focus: IT/Enterprise SmartDraw VP - the world's first visual processor
SmartDraw VP, the world's first visual processor, is a powerful tool for use in architectural, engineering and construction industries. The solution, which is fully automated and geared toward users without expertise in visual design and drawing, has an extensive variety of templates for visuals like floor plans, maps, flow charts, various diagrams, strategy plans and more. ...Read More »
Focus: Business Media Word for Mac Essential Training: Part 9 of 13 Document Sharing and Collaboration : Tracking changes
By David Rivers In Word 2008 for Mac Essential Training, instructor David Rivers examines each important feature of this ubiquitous word processing software. In this installment we look at tracking changes. ...Read More »
Focus: Graphics Designer Displaying Closed Captions in Windows Media Player We show you how to make those WMV closed captions viewable in the Windows Media Player
By Gary Rebholz With the improvements that we made to the closed captioning workflow in Vegas Pro 10 software, you can now create and export closed caption files for use with the videos you encode to WMV format whether for inclusion on a disc or for streaming over the web. That part's easy and we explain the exact techniques for doing so in our extensive training video that you'll find on the Seminar Series training package for Vegas Pro 10 software. In this article, I'll talk about how you can make those WMV closed captions viewable in the Windows Media Player. ...Read More »
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