Learn how to write scripts using Adobe Story. This getting started tutorial provides you with the basic information that you need to get started with Adobe Story. Click the link below for the tutorial.
Creating Scripts in Adobe Story
I will be posting a series of videos on how to use Adobe Story. The first video walks you through the process of creating an Adobe Story ID.
Creating Adobe ID
For all the exciting new features in Adobe Premiere Elements 9, see http://www.adobe.com/products/premiereel/features/?view=topoverall
I have had great fun working through these features as they took shape, and I am sure you will have a great time too.
The user interface of Adobe Premiere Elements 9, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9, and Elements 9 Organizer has been enhanced to provide you with consistent experience across Adobe’s products for creative professionals.
Most importantly, Adobe Premiere Elements 9 is now available on Mac OS, and so is Elements 9 Organizer!
There have been significant enhancements to the face recognition workflow in Elements 9 Organizer. For more information, see http://help.adobe.com/en_US/elementsorganizer/using/WS2fa0b309bba5bdb17ad2d3dc1229c60c39c-8000.html
For improvements to handling offline files, see http://help.adobe.com/en_US/elementsorganizer/using/WS2fa0b309bba5bdb119f7512b12217459fbc-8000.html
“Reinstall the QuickTrack Importer module” message appears when Smartsound is selected.
No Audio Effects available for 5.1 audio
DSLR camera does not appear in the Video Importer dialog after it is connected
Premiere Elements does not launch
Playback error when trying to play some exported AVI files
Error message when installing Premiere Elements on Windows XP (non-English OS)
Error message: WMVCore.dll missing during launch
[MAC]: “Codec Missing” message appears when a specific Flip file is imported
A host of documents have been created to improve your quality of experience with installing and using Adobe Premiere Elements 9. Let me know if you have problems using any of these documents.
Silent Install Instructions for Adobe Premiere Elements 9 (Volume license version on Mac OS)
Silent Install Instructions for Adobe Premiere Elements 9 (Volume license version on Windows)
Troubleshoot installation problems Adobe Premiere Elements 9/Photoshop Element 9 Windows
Troubleshoot installation problems Adobe Premiere Elements 9/Photoshop Element 9 Mac OS
Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and Adobe Premiere Elements 9: Download and install trial versions
Supported file formats in Premiere Elements 9 and Phtoshop Elements 9
Read Me for Premiere Elements 9.0
Now that Adobe Premiere Elements 9 is out, do let me know how you found it.
You can find the help for Adobe Premiere Elements 9 at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/premiereelements/using/index.html
The help and support page for Adobe Premiere Elements 9 is at http://www.adobe.com/support/premiereelements/ The help and support page also contains troubleshooting docs that you might require for this release.
The Elements 9 Organizer help is at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/elementsorganizer/using/index.html
Can I customize options in the community help client?
Yes, you can customize some of the options in the CHC. Select Edit > Preferences. In the Edit Preferences dialog, customize CHC according to your requirements.
Theme: You can choose the color of gray for the community help client. Choosing Dark will provide a darker skin to the client.
Accessibility mode: When you choose “Open Help In Browser”, the help launches in the web browser, and not in the CHC.
Display local help content only: All options to view online help are disabled. Ensure that you have downloaded help content at least once before you choose this option.
Select the products whose help content you want to download to your desktop.
Select “Manually Update My Locally Stored Help Content” if you do not want to be reminded when there is an update to the help content.
Use these options to download help content that is currently downloaded to your desktop.
How do I provide feedback on help content?
You must have a registered Adobe ID to provide feedback on Adobe help content. The registration is free and takes less than five minutes. To create an Adobe ID, use the following link https://www.adobe.com/membership. Also, you must be online when you are providing feedback.
Previously, you had to navigate to a web page to provide user feedback. Now, you can provide feedback using the CHC.
How long do I have to wait before Adobe gets back to me on my comment/feedback?
Moderators of help systems continuously monitor web sites for user feedback. All comments are given due attention, and are handled based on their priority. Moderators are experts from Adobe’s community of users who help other users with using the product.
How do I get rewarded for contributing to content?
All comments are rated based on their value add. When users notch up sufficient points, Adobe rewards such users. Also, star contributors are provided with a special mention on the support page for that product.
How does CHC ensure that I always have the latest help content?
If you are online, CHC displays the online help content for the product, by default.
Whenever there is an update to the help content, a message appears when you are online asking you to download the latest help content. Adobe updates help content whenever there are significant updates that have to be communicated to users. There is no specified period for these updates. They are carried out on a need-basis.
How does CHC provide the best possible search experience?
- Search provides you with results from both the local help system, and from other related sources on the internet. You must be online if you want links from other sources to be displayed.
- You have the option to choose within the local help content only.
- Filter results. For more information on the filtering options, see Mallika’s article at http://bit.ly/bWuLYc.
How does CHC provide a seamless online-offline experience?
- When you are online, CHC displays help content that is online.
- When you are offline, CHC displays the local help content. If you have updated the help content, there is no difference in the information between the online and offline content.
What are the advantages of CHC search over Google search?
CHC searches from a list of links that are more selective. When you use CHC search, commercial sites are usually filtered, and only links that contain actual content, mostly free are displayed.
How do I download the community help client?
Currently, the community help client is available for a few of Adobe’s products. All products in Creative Suite 5 were shipped with the CHC.
If you have installed an Adobe product that supports CHC, you will be asked to download the help system when you press F1, or choose the option from the Help menu. Ensure that you are connected to the internet before accept the invitation to download help content. For the help system to work, you must be online the first time you download the content.
If you do not have an Adobe product that supports CHC installed on your computer, you can download CHC from http://www.adobe.com/support/chc/. Select a product from the list, and then install the client in two simple steps. You can choose to download help for other products after you have installed the CHC.
What happens when I download the help content?
When you download the help content, a copy of the help files is downloaded to your computer.