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Learning Photoshop CS for the Web
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Learning Photoshop CS for the Web

with Tanya Staples

Video: color profiles

Learning Adobe Photoshop CS and ImageReady CS for the Web with Tanya Staples teaches you how to use these programs to design Web graphics. Designed for beginning and intermediate Photoshop users, this movie training demonstrates how to optimize images for the Web, create background images, work with transparent images, slice images, create rollovers, create image maps, design animations, export images to the Macromedia Flash format, and much, much more. Integration with other applications, such as Adobe GoLive, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Macromedia Flash, is also covered.
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  1. 43m 51s
    1. interface overview
      18m 2s
    2. keyboard shortcuts
      9m 20s
    3. file browser
      14m 47s
    4. preferences
      1m 42s
  2. 34m 11s
    1. color profiles
      7m 55s
    2. web safe color
      3m 11s
    3. choosing web safe colors
      3m 50s
    4. loading color swatches
      3m 37s
    5. creating custom swatches
      4m 55s
    6. recoloring layered images
      4m 7s
    7. using the color replacement tool
      4m 14s
    8. copying color as html
      2m 22s
  3. 51m 28s
    1. introduction to optimization
      4m 56s
    2. saving for web with JPEG
      9m 45s
    3. JPEG alpha channel optimization
      4m 36s
    4. saving for web with GIF
      8m 10s
    5. locking colors
      3m 11s
    6. GIF alpha channel optimization
      3m 54s
    7. previewing in a browser
      4m 5s
    8. matte color in ImageReady
      6m 36s
    9. exporting images as Flash files
      6m 15s
  4. 1h 7m
    1. using layers
      12m 2s
    2. linking layers
      8m 16s
    3. layer sets
      8m 41s
    4. working with multiple layers
      7m 28s
    5. layer comps
      4m 49s
    6. exporting layers as files
      10m 44s
    7. fill layers
      9m 2s
    8. adjustment layers
      2m 26s
    9. clipping groups
      4m 15s
  5. 37m 15s
    1. creating type
      11m 41s
    2. paragraph type
      9m 54s
    3. warped type
      4m 33s
    4. type on a path
      5m 26s
    5. rasterizing and transforming type
      5m 41s
  6. 30m 32s
    1. about shapes and shape layers
      8m 44s
    2. creating shapes
      4m 34s
    3. layer styles
      11m 12s
    4. saving layer styles
      6m 2s
  7. 29m 40s
    1. creating background tiles
      8m 6s
    2. symmetrical backgrounds
      2m 26s
    3. non-symmetrical backgrounds
      6m 44s
    4. seamless backgrounds from photographs
      3m 29s
    5. full-screen backgrounds
      6m 59s
    6. directional tiles
      1m 56s
  8. 19m 25s
    1. about transparency
      10m 36s
    2. saving transparent GIFs
      3m 10s
    3. non-transparent images
      5m 39s
  9. 44m 45s
    1. user slices
      7m 14s
    2. layer-based slices
      4m 49s
    3. editing slices
      5m 16s
    4. optimizing and saving slices
      7m 24s
    5. applying ALT text and URLs
      3m 59s
    6. creating slice sets
      5m 8s
    7. using slices and layer comps
      10m 55s
  10. 33m 5s
    1. rollovers with styles
      6m 7s
    2. custom rollover styles
      6m 9s
    3. rollovers using layer visibility and comps
      3m 50s
    4. remote rollovers
      8m 7s
    5. remote selected states
      8m 52s
  11. 27m 17s
    1. image map tools
      11m 4s
    2. image map from layers
      7m 4s
    3. image maps for type
      4m 2s
    4. image map-based rollovers
      5m 7s
  12. 43m 13s
    1. creating animated GIFs
      7m 18s
    2. transparent animated GIFs
      4m 40s
    3. animated GIF rollovers
      3m 47s
    4. tweening
      4m 34s
    5. tweening with layer position and styles
      3m 21s
    6. creating an animated slideshow
      2m 56s
    7. exporting animations as Flash files
      3m 1s
    8. exporting frames as files
      5m 18s
    9. creating a web interface
      8m 18s
  13. 38m 27s
    1. creating a web photo gallery
      8m 45s
    2. creating a collaborative gallery
      5m 59s
    3. pdf presentation in Photoshop
      6m 45s
    4. creating actions
      5m 45s
    5. using droplets
      3m 21s
    6. conditional actions
      7m 52s
  14. 17m 14s
    1. creating data sets and variables
      8m 41s
    2. using pixel replacement variables
      3m 56s
    3. importing data sets from text files
      4m 37s
  15. 47m 25s
    1. updating HTML in ImageReady
      3m 26s
    2. using smart objects in GoLive
      5m 34s
    3. working with data sets in GoLive
      3m 34s
    4. importing rollovers into Dreamweaver
      8m 51s
    5. exporting vector images as Flash files
      6m 17s
    6. preserve appearance
      5m 55s
    7. exporting Illustrator files
      3m 15s
    8. exporting Quicktime files in ImageReady
      2m 2s
    9. opening Quicktime files in ImageReady
      3m 10s
    10. converting PSD files to PDF
      5m 21s

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Learning Photoshop CS for the Web
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Learning Adobe Photoshop CS and ImageReady CS for the Web with Tanya Staples teaches you how to use these programs to design Web graphics. Designed for beginning and intermediate Photoshop users, this movie training demonstrates how to optimize images for the Web, create background images, work with transparent images, slice images, create rollovers, create image maps, design animations, export images to the Macromedia Flash format, and much, much more. Integration with other applications, such as Adobe GoLive, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Macromedia Flash, is also covered.

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