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Adobe Beginner Classes Episode #17 is live!

I can barely keep up with the Adobe TV team – they’re throwing the content out there as quickly as I can make it! 😉

Read more to view the tutorial here or visit Adobe TV and click on Video Professional to see this episode.

As always, I’ll recommend the Adobe Media Player as the best overall experience – it allows you to save the content locally to your hard drive so you can view it at your leisure and refer back to it anytime! Get the Adobe Media Player

During this episode I use a Illustrator and After Effects in a very simple way to create the idea of lights moving around. If you’ve ever wanted to create your own light show – this may be your big chance!  As always, once you’ve viewed it, give me your comments – good or bad.  I’m also always open to suggestions!

Enjoy, Dennis



Nice tutorial. What tools did you use to create it?

[DR – Thanks. The only non-Adobe tool I use is Camtasia from TechSmith for the screen recording. It’s a nice tool and it makes a decent FLV file. At some point I’ll have to check out Adobe’s Captivate tool again, but until then, Camtasia works for me.]

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