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Learn how to find, access, and view courses in the lynda.com training library. Staff author Garrick Chow explains how to find the "need to know" material quickly and browse other subjects you might be interested in. A full rundown of the types of training offered is included, from in-depth essential training on specific software packages, to first looks at up-and-coming technology trends, to inspirational documentaries following creative professionals working in a variety of disciplines. Garrick also shows how to use special library features such as bookmarks, the queue, certificates of completion, frequently asked questions (FAQs), and more, as well as where to turn for help when you need it. Plus, learn to access lynda.com on the go, either through our mobile site, or the iOS app, which also supports playing videos on your TV via AirPlay and an Apple TV.
The playback speed of our movies can be adjusted on the fly if you're using the Quicktime Custom Player or the Windows Media Player. Again, from any course page, go to the preferences tab, and here, make sure you have either Quicktime Custom or Windows Media selected. Windows Media will only show up if you're using Windows. Then click Update Preferences. I return to the table of contents and play a movie. >> One of the things that responsive design really does, is it forces you forces you to carefully consider just how your content regions could be structured. The speed adjustment controls appear here in the lower left hand corner of the player.
You can increase the speed to either one and a half or two times the original speed. With most courses, you'll find that the author is still perfectly understandable at either of these speeds, and you'll get through the movies much quicker this way. >> Our existing requirements on float based labs means that source order in the element structure will directly effect how you're going to be able to re-purpose content across multiple screens and devices. >> As long as you don't mind the author sounding a bit like a cartoon chipmunk. Contrarily, if you're having trouble comprehending what an instructor is saying and you need to slow things down a bit, drag the slider to the left.
In some cases, this might help you better understand what's being said. >> So, I wannna take a look at how you go about planning your designs and how that can directly effect how you're going to be structuring your content. Now, I've got the mockup open again but we're. >> And of course you can reset the playback speed back to its default setting to hear and see everything at regular speed.
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