December 04, 2013

New course: Optimizing Photoshop performance

Bryan O’Neil Hughes has recorded a new Lynda.com course on tuning Photoshop performance for your particular workflow. Watching the whole thing requires a membership, but Bryan points out that Lynda offers trial memberships.

Posted by John Nack at 8:34 AM on December 04, 2013

Comments

  • Alex — 9:05 AM on December 04, 2013

    ok, I’ll try it. The CC has a different feel to it then the CS6. The CC is sluggish. That may be configuration, I hope.I have to admit it is overall better. I am happy we did this, but learning all of it is harder than I thought. I think the code writers were younger for CC than CS6. I am going to reach for the olympics, than Russell’s ADIM14. than Kelby’s Atlanta thing. At 63 I wouldn’t have tried it without something like CC to create a saleable movie and still show. I need sponsors?? anyone??
    “What would I do if I knew I could not fail? This.

  • KC — 7:32 AM on December 05, 2013

    Or one could get the same or better (and non-biased) information for FREE via diglloyd’s Mac Performance Guide:

    Photoshop CS6 Optimization (4 pages)
    http://macperformanceguide.com/OptimizingPhotoshopCS6-configuring.html

    Mac Performance Guide (9 pages)
    http://macperformanceguide.com/Mac-Ways.html

    Other Articles and Reviews
    http://macperformanceguide.com/index_topics.html

    [Thanks for the links. Diff’rent strokes for diff’rent folks. –J.]

    • Alex — 5:40 AM on December 07, 2013

      After working with the trial offer with lynda.com, I am very happy with it, no b.s., to the point well thought out and covers everything. I just might pay the 35/mo to keep it through winter. Didn’t see one add or plug from Bryan either.

  • scottinbeijing — 3:12 PM on December 06, 2013

    unbiased? well, in your first link Diglloyd is a shill for QWC (we ONLY recommend this drive or that memory…) plus it is 9 tiny pages so that you get to see a lot of ads, and of the 9 pages, maybe one or 2 are not common knowledge

    This does not encourage me to use time to click your other links

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