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Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Using Trace Bitmap to Create Vector Shapes
Flash provides a procedure to convert bitmaps into vector art. When Trace Bitmap is used, Flash interprets the pixel information in the bitmap and converts it into vector shapes.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Editing a Bitmap with the Magic Wand
When you use Break Apart on a bitmap, the bitmap becomes a fill and its content is editable. You can select specific regions of it with any of Flash’s selection tools and procedures.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Modifying a Bitmap Fill - Change the Center Point
Flash defaults to tiling a bitmap fill. Tiling is simply when an image is repeated in a grid until it fills the entire object. If you have applied a bitmap fill to a vector object, you can continue to edit its characteristics and placement.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Using Break Apart to Create Fill Patterns
By default, when you import a bitmap into Flash and drag it to the Stage, you are limited in how you can edit it. Break Apart the image to remove the image from its bounding box and enable you to cut into the image, remove parts, select regions, and use it as a fill pattern.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Importing Graphics - Setting Bitmap Compression
When you export a Flash movie, you can decide how much color information to include in each exported bitmap. This is called compression. The more compression you apply, the less color information is included and the lower the size and quality of the image.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Divs and AP Elements - Placing div Tags (part 3)
All CSS block elements are rendered in the browser according to the CSS box model. The box model, established by the W3C CSS standards body, determines how much room a block element actually takes up on the page.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Divs and AP Elements - Placing div Tags (part 2)
Live View makes it easy for the Dreamweaver designer to accurately preview the current Web page as it appears in a modern browser.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Divs and AP Elements - Placing div Tags (part 1)
CSS-P information can be defined in a style sheet or inline. Defining the CSS rule in a style sheet (either external or internal) has the benefit of truly separating content from presentation, which, in turn, makes it easier to reshape the content via another style sheet for another medium.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Divs and AP Elements - Divs and AP Elements 101
When the World Wide Web first made its debut in 1989, few people were concerned about the aesthetic layout of a page.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Paths (part 3) - Understanding how fills and strokes relate to paths
If paths are the basic concept behind Illustrator, you may be wondering where the colors and patterns fit in. You apply all colors and patterns to Illustrator paths using fills and strokes. Basically, a fill is a color or pattern that appears within a path, and a stroke is a special style that you apply along a path.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Paths (part 2) - Understanding control handles and control handle lines
If an anchor point has a control handle coming out of it, the next segment is curved. No control handle, no curve. Couldn't be simpler.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Paths (part 1) - Understanding types of paths , Understanding anchor points
As stated earlier, paths consist of a series of points and the line segments between these points. These points are commonly called anchor points because they anchor the path; paths always pass through or end at anchor points.
Microsoft OneNore 2010 : Distributing Your Notes - Emailing a Page
When you give a command to send a page by email, a Microsoft Outlook 2010 message window opens automatically so you can address the email message. As well, you can write a message in the window to accompany the OneNote page you send.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Expressions - Color Sampling and Conversion, Extra Credit
Congratulations on making it this far. The remaining examples build on concepts covered earlier, but I have saved them for this section because they are particularly tricky or involve some complex math. I’m presenting them mainly to entice you to take some time to figure out how they work.
Adobe After Effects CS5 : Expressions - Layer Space Transforms
In the world of expressions, layer space transforms are indispensible, but they present some of the most difficult concepts to grasp. There are three coordinate systems in After Effects, and layer space transforms provide you with the tools you need to translate locations from one coordinate system to another.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Designing the banner ad (part 3) - Importing Photoshop images
You are getting lots of practice importing images. You will import two more images now, but there’s a twist. These images are Photoshop (PSD) files. Fireworks has some special features for importing such files, even if the file is only a single image.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Designing the banner ad (part 2) - Importing assets, Using the Auto Vector Mask for quick fades
You’ll do more complicated masking shortly, but for these police cars, the Auto Vector Mask is just the feature to use. It not only creates a mask quickly, but lets you preview the effect. This command can be used on vector or bitmap objects.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Designing the banner ad (part 1) - Adding the background, Editing gradient colors, Editing gradient direction and angle
With the rectangle still active, and the gradient applied, you should see two control arms. The arms are normally black, but we’ve outlined them in white here to make them easier to see.
Adobe Fireworks CS5 : Masking - About masks
In this lesson, you will work with masks to create a banner ad for the promotion of the Double Identity movie, and you’ll have a chance to brush up on importing images and using the Pen and Subselection tools along the way.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Printing a Document in Windows
Printing a paper copy is the most common way to preview and share your documents. You can use the Print dialog box to set how many copies to print, specify a range of pages to print, and print your document.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Printing a Document in Macintosh
The Print command is probably the most used of all Flash’s print options. In addition to normal printing functions, such as Copies and Pages, the Print command gives you other menus that let you control specific printing functions, such as output ink and color management.
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 : Working Within the Flash Environment - Working with Page Setup in Windows
You can use the Page Setup dialog box in Windows to select the size and location in the printer of the paper you want to use. You can also select the page orientation (portrait or landscape) that best fits the entire document or any selection.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Hiding and Showing Objects, Creating Inline Objects
An inline object is a shape or graphic that is pasted into a text frame. The object is pasted into a text frame in the same way as a text. When the object is placed in a text, you can adjust the object in the frame by using the Direct Selection tool or move the object in the text frame by using the Selection tool.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Locking and Unlocking Objects
After you’ve spent a lot of time laying out objects in your document, you may want to lock everything into place. The Lock command on the Object menu allows you to lock the position of one or more selected objects.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Rotating Objects
After you create an object, you can change its orientation by rotating it. For a freeform rotation, when you want to rotate the object in other than 90-degree increments, you can use the Selection or Rotate tool.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Proofing and Printing Documents - Inserting File Information
You can add metadata to files saved in the PSD, PDF, EPS, PNG, GIF, JPEG, and TIFF formats. The information is embedded in the file using XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform). This allows metadata to be exchanged between Adobe applications and across operating systems.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Proofing and Printing Documents - Checking for Print Problems, Using the Document Info Panel
Before you print your document, it’s important to check the Summary category in the Print dialog box. The summary information is good to have if you’re having problems printing your job at a commercial printer. You can save the information and send it to the printer to help diagnose the problem.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Reshaping Objects with Envelopes
Envelopes are objects you can use to reshape other objects, except graphs, guides, or linked objects. You can use one of the built-in envelopes or create your own out of an existing object.
Adobe Illustrator CS5 : Working with Objects - Applying Multiple Transformations
The Transform Each command allows you to transform multiple objects relative to their individual reference points instead of a single reference point. With the Transform Each command, you can scale or move objects horizontally or vertically, rotate objects by a specific angle, and create a mirror reflection of the objects.
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Digital Caricature (part 2) - The Eyes Have It, Plug In That Earring
You can use Create Drop Shadow to enhance the 3D look of the marble. The Layers Palette has created a group for Marble and Shadow, so the shadow occupies its own layer and can be manipulated independently. T
 
 
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