Open GL navigation


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Open GL navigation

It's a bit geeky, but I'm pretty excited to show you this next set of power shortcuts around OpenGL Navigation. This is a new feature in Photoshop CS4 that takes advantage of the graphics card that you have to do faster and smoother animation, zooming and panning around your screen. So how do you know if this is supported? Your card has to support OpenGL. Photoshop can tell you that. If you go to your Preferences, Command+K, Ctrl+K, and click on the Performance tab. This will be turned on by default, Enable OpenGL Drawing, and if your card supports that, you will get some information here telling either Photoshop detected an OpenGL aware card or a supported card.

So what does this mean? Well, I'm going to press Z for the Zoom tool here and normally in the previous versions of Photoshop, you would click, click, click, click. Every time you wanted to zoom in, you do a separate click and of course if you want to zoom out, you hold down the Option key or the Alt key and click ...

Open GL navigation
Video duration: 2m 27s 6h 21m Intermediate

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Open GL navigation provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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