In the reality of these hard economic times we are living in, more than ever there is a need to work more efficiently and be more productive in our work. To learn more in a shorter time to keep ahead in the game is key to the creative professional.
However, education need not always come at a price, and it would be ideal to receive such support from the very purveyors of the tools we use in our daily work. It is in this spirit that Adobe has committed to provide its customers the support needed to make work easier, through freely available time-saving tutorials.
Short snippets of video targetting areas of Design, Web, Production, and Photography, under the title of Everyday Timesavers, is the latest offering of Adobe to its customers using the Creative Suite 4. These video tutorials are led by Adobe evangelists, sharing tips on such topics as: finding and fixing production errors in InDesign, previewing pages in Dreamweaver, encoding videos in Premiere Pro, and fine tuning images with the Adjustments and Masks panels in Photoshop.
But, more than that, Adobe TV offers a wide variety of programming, including how-to tech talk, personality-driven shows and profiles of exciting Adobe customers and Adobe employees working with the latest technologies. You can subscribe to specific programs and get new episodes the minute they’re released.
Below is a sample of the tutorial content you'll find on Adobe TV. Further down, are direct links to the Everyday Timesavers categories.
Also, be sure to check out the Renderosity Video Center, where Renderosity members are encouraged to share their own tutorials and tips with the community. However, the Renderosity Video Center is not limited to tutorials alone! Renderosity vendors can post video advertising their MarketPlace products to show the community a better look at what they are offering. Members can also use this section to post video showcasing their own artwork, post artist bios, and perhaps even video discussions on art or industry-related topics.
Be sure to also check back often in the Video Center, as more extended Front Page News content is featured.
Nick C. Sorbin is a digital artist, sculptor, writer, and Managing Editor for Renderosity's Front Page News.
March 30, 2009
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