* Mac: www.apple.com/photoshop * PC: www.adobe.com/photoshop * Macintosh: www.macupdate.com/dialogs/smartupdate/index.php?dlid=23544 * PC: www.adobe.com/products/photoshop.html ## Adobe Bridge If you like to view images on your computer screen or have collected a large number of images, it is handy to use Bridge. Bridge is a picture viewer that allows you to view and organize images on your computer. It includes a collection of tools for organizing your images, particularly the ability to apply keywords to images and batch the removal of unwanted objects such as red eye from images. You can change the view of the images as well as the size, shape, and color balance. Bridge has the ability to organize images as well as group images together that have similar features. Bridge has an annotation tool for users to draw on and annotate images. Other tools include slideshow and video editing. Bridge supports many popular image formats such as JPEG and TIFF. It comes on a small portable disk that is often included with the original computer. * Mac: www.adobe.com/products/photoshop.html * PC: www.adobe.com/products/bridge * Macintosh: www.macupdate.com/dialogs/smartupdate/index.php?dlid=23544 * PC: # Chapter 14. Video Editing Video editing and creating presentations with PowerPoint can be done with third-party tools, of course, but you can also use the basic features of Apple’s Final Cut Pro and PowerPoint. The following sections show you how to create video with Apple software, how to create movie files that can be used with third-party applications, and how to create video with Microsoft’s PowerPoint program. # Importing Video Files Transforming video files into other formats is as simple as moving between programs. Inserting a video file into PowerPoint will allow you to cut out the video and add text to it. The video will appear as part of your PowerPoint presentation. ## Importing Video Files You can import a video file from a computer disk to PowerPoint by selecting File | Import (see Figure 14-1). You can also use QuickTime Player to play the video file and convert
The user interface looks like the traditional application. One can edit and export images similar to Photoshop. One can also access many of the features of Photoshop through the Elements plug-ins. What is essential to know about Adobe Photoshop? Features Professional or even more affordable all-in-one application Good support of RAW images Support for most of Photoshop’s features Many editing and exporting features Can export and enhance images on the go Can run on Windows, Mac and Linux Can use many photo editing software Compatible with the formats mentioned above Huge community of users You will be able to select and organize the various features you wish to apply to images. Adobe Photoshop Vs Adobe Photoshop Elements Features System requirements Adobe Photoshop Vs Adobe Photoshop Elements System Requirements Adobe Photoshop Mac: OS X 10.6 and later Windows: XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Linux: Ubuntu 10.04 and later Adobe Photoshop Elements Mac: OS X 10.6 and later Windows: XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Linux: Ubuntu 10.04 and later Pros and Cons Pros Cons Beside them being a good graphics editor, Adobe Photoshop Elements can also be used to edit images. It provides editing and formatting tools for a single image. Once an image is edited, you can export it in any of the formats listed above. Adobe Photoshop is all-in-one with features that are more than enough for most users. You can import or export your work as you wish Possible to use more than one version at once It is compatible with the formats mentioned above. Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 Pro Allows one to scan in any format and create PDFs. Allows one to extract images. Allows one to use of many different plug-ins. Allows one to edit and optimize images. Allows one to create eBooks. Cons Incompatible with many other software. Does not make use of Adobe Lightroom Adobe Photoshop Elements: A Close Look With the launch of this new version of Photoshop, Adobe has adopted a visual interface as well as a simplified management model. 436c2ab822
Tag: self care Is it weird to get excited about a room I’m going to paint? I wasn’t until I started looking at it. I have always loved pretty and bright. I thought that was just to be a girl at heart. I love red and pink and bright purple. I love a nice, bright, bold color palette. I just thought I was a girl who likes those things. Until I have painted some of my own walls and started seeing color pop in a more physical way. Here’s to… Continue reading The Art Room There has been so much excitement in this house this month. What a long, cold, winter we just had. Now, we are finally into spring and the natural light is starting to fill the rooms. With April showers, comes May flowers! I love the look of bright, fresh, spring color. I love that freshness and brightness, the promise of a new season, the energy of new growth, new projects, new plans, new children and a new year. You could just paint your room that color… Continue reading Paint Your Room – It’s the Perfect Time! Hi There! My name is Sarah. I’m a wife, mom, grandma, sister, daughter, aunt, cousin, teacher, and friend. I love a good glass of wine with good friends and people that make me laugh. I’m blessed with so many wonderful things but more importantly, I’m blessed with a forever family that makes my heart smile. Here’s my story… Subscribe Never miss a post. Join the fun with a subscription. It’s free! Email Address FTC Disclosure The designs, pictures and opinions on this blog are all my own, and are not endorsed by any outside party. I DO NOT receive compensation for any posts that I write. Please see my FTC disclosure for more information. Looking for something specific? Search All original content copyright Sarah Hobbs 2010-2018. Some items on this blog may be related to my work on other websites, but I don’t have any affiliation with those other sites. All items can be linked back to my original posts and site. I don’t make any claims about the background of any images, except where noted. If I find an image that is copyrighted by another, I try to always credit the source and link back to the original post and, if possible, put the
Ask HN: How to make Rails/Erlang/PHP? – laidoff More than a year ago I learned a programming language for the first time in my life and I’ve been learning ever since. While learning I start learning what’s best and worst about each language. My interest in programming has shifted from random (they’re all different) to web development and web design. I’ve read enough about ruby to get somewhat familiar with it but I’m most interested in the following languages: PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Erlang, Scala. Do you have any suggestions about what combination of the above languages (they may overlap) I should learn next? By the way, I’m not interested in learning how to program nor developing web apps. The focus is web design and web development (obviously). I’d appreciate your feedback. ====== jholloway7 If you’re looking to learn languages for the purpose of making web apps, you will likely find it much easier to use a language like Ruby or Python, as they have a massive community and a large body of libraries. What I would recommend is using a language like Ruby if you find that you really enjoy programming, as then you can spend more time learning about how to be a good developer rather than just “functional programming” or whatever the current flavor of the month is. Don’t get me wrong, I love functional languages like Erlang but if you only want to learn web stuff, you may find that learning Ruby (or Python) in that language is much easier. ~~~ laidoff Thanks for your feedback. That’s exactly what I’m looking for! Evaluation of an indoor air pollution sensor in a rental apartment building. In recent years, there has been a rise in popularity of second-hand smoke (SHS) control programs in public accommodations, including pubs and restaurants. However, the number of rented apartments is increasing. There are many tenants in a given apartment, and therefore, the indoor air quality of each tenant must be monitored. We developed a prototype for indoor air pollution (IAP) measurement that was installed in a previously unused apartment building. The prototype consists of eight sensors, two luminometers, one humidity/temperature sensor, and four pollutant analyzers. We evaluated the device’s ability to detect the concentration and total emission rate
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