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Premiere Clip Fundamentals

Posted on Aug 4, 2015 by Matthew Pizzi Last Activity on Aug 4, 2015

Adobe Premiere Clip is a fun tool that makes it super easy to use your iPhone or iPad to create videos. In this course we'll show you how to import media, trim and split clips, and how to position assets within the timeline. We'll also review how you can work with sound and special effects. When you're done with your video, we'll review how you can share your creation, or how you can export it for us in Adobe Premiere Pro.
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Flipped Learning resources

Posted on Aug 4, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Aug 4, 2015

This post features some of the slides and links shared by Dr Tim Kitchen with staff at Ferny Grove State High School in Queensland on August 4, 2015. Check CreateEDU TV for more about  Adobe in Education Active Use activities throughout Asia Pacific.
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Building Custom HTML5 Video Playback with AngularJS

Posted on Aug 3, 2015 by Joseph Labrecque Last Activity on Aug 3, 2015

HTML video doesn't require plugins for playback, but the default experience differs drastically across browsers. Using a combination of Bootstrap and AngularJS, you can develop a responsive video app that performs and appears great in all browsers—unifying the user experience and allowing custom functionality, such as playlists and full-screen playback. Join Joseph Labrecque for this start-to-finish course that guides you through every step in the process, from installing the software to employing a variety of foundational AngularJS directives. All you need to bring is the video and the time.
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Managing Multimodal Text & Creativity within the Australian Curriculum with Adobe

Posted on Aug 2, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Aug 2, 2015

This post features the slides and resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen & Richard Turner-Jones from Adobe at Marymount College on the Gold Cost QLD (Monday August 3, 2015).
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Adobe Mobile Apps for Drawing

Posted on Aug 1, 2015 by Ashley Stroud Last Activity on Aug 3, 2015

I created an iBook about Adobe's mobile apps that I use regularly with my art students to composite, edit, and filter photographs, then draw vector or raster images to be synced with the desktop apps Photoshop and Illustrator. This iBook is an introduction to the function and features of each mobile app. It is free from the iTunes store and each app has a link for an Adobe tutorial and downloading or launching the Adobe Mobile App.
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Create: With A Blank Slate - Student Portfolios Using Adobe Slate

Posted on Jul 31, 2015 by James Adkins Last Activity on Aug 3, 2015

This Slate presentation is focused on creating student portfolios to document learning using Adobe Slate. Links at the end of the presentation lead to Slate created tutorials on navigating, adding/editing content, and publishing.  This presentation was delivered at ISTE 2015 in Philadelphia at the ISTE Creativity Playground, hosted by the Arts & Creativity and Innovative Learning PLNs.  Enjoy, and share below: - What can YOU Create: With a Blank Slate?? #CreateEdu  - James  @JamesLAdkins
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Photo Time Capsule

Posted on Jul 29, 2015 by Paul Cifone Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

1. Students are to plan and create a photo time capsule that depicts who they are today2. They are to initially create a list of possible images that represent them from all areas of their lives, e.g. family, friends, hobbies, sport, school etc.3. Using previously learnt photography skills such as using manual settings in various environments and taking into consideration all the main Composition elements students then take all required photos4. Students are then to use Adobe Photoshop to enhance the images and manipulate if need be5. Adobe Voice can be used as a narration tool to talk about the photos6. Adobe Slate can be used to create a website based on their Time Capsule or alternatively they could create a slideshow using Adobe Photoshop/Acrobat. PD-digital-media-learning-101
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Easily Trace Images in Adobe Flash

Posted on Jul 28, 2015 by Tim Bateup Last Activity on Jul 29, 2015

Unless you're an expert illustrator, it's hard to get good looking images in your animations and apps. A way to overcome this problem is to trace images in Flash. There are a number of ways to do this, so we look at a couple of ways in this tutorial.
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Creating Student Portfolios with Adobe Acrobat X

Posted on Jul 27, 2015 by Henrietta Miller Last Activity on Jul 27, 2015

This is a copy of a presentation given in an Adobe for Education webinar.  These slides give examples from portfolios built by my year 6 students in 2014. My students create work in many spaces, books, typed and online. Just how to collect and collate this work is an issue faced by all teachers these days. In this presentation I showed how Acrobat portfolios could solve the following issues: Stop printing, save ink, paper and time by creating a portfolio insteadAdd links to online content such as blogs, wikis and websitesAllow student choice in which work to shareAllow students to add copies of photographsShare work in one format for familiesAllow students to design the layout and look During this presentation I shared actual portfolios, due to privacy issues these slides only contain screen shots. When creating these portfolios I used mini videos I sourced from Adobe TV to assist my students in learning what to do.
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Basic video production with Premier Pro & Adobe Clip

Posted on Jul 27, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Jul 27, 2015

This post features the slides and resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his webinar with Education QLD teachers on Monday July 27 titled: Basic video production with Premier Pro & Adobe Clip Find out more about the Adobe Education active use program via
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Vanshing Point Adobe Photoshop | 2D to 3D

Posted on Jul 25, 2015 by Saif Smeirat Last Activity on Jul 25, 2015

Vanishing Point Adobe Photoshop | 2D to 3D Did you try to walk inside your picture ??Have you ever thought of the potential of Photoshop 3D ??After you watch this video , I will make you think and try of it :) ** Convert the image into 3D and walk inside it B | you can applied this tut on your images , sorry if its not on English language .
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Soundscape Task

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 by Kev Lavery Last Activity on Aug 3, 2015

This is a short task to introduce students to the importance of sound in film and how they can harness it in Adobe Audition.  Sound can make or break a film. Bad sound is ten times more distracting than bad visuals and is something that audiences won’t forgive. The best way to get good sound is to record well on set and follow the right procedures. Sometimes issues are unavoidable and students get bad sound and it’s very important that they know how to fix (or cover up) sound issues. Provided (for free) with Adobe software is a collection of copyright free sound and music. This collection is enormous – over 11 thousand individual files. Using these sounds students are to create a 20 second soundscape that establishes a realistic location. These sounds can be found here.  I had my IT department place these files on one of our College drives (so that the students could access them without needing to download them themselves - there's more than 20gb of files here). I... Read More
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Adobe & DigiCon 2015

Posted on Jul 21, 2015 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Jul 24, 2015

This post features some of the resources shared by Brian Chau and Tim Kitchen at DigiCon 2015 (the annual DLTV Conference). Brian's session Mastering multimodal text with a range of Adobe solutions Tim's session Bridging the disconnects Find out more about the Adobe Education active use program via Contact Dr Tim Kitchen (Adobe's Senior Education Advocate for Asia Pacific) via if you would like to be on the Adobe Education email list to find out more about Adobe Education events.
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