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Vital truth :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
Wright, Nigel, 1949-
Categories: New Materials

The true portraiture of the church of Iesus-Christ :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
San Quentin, Matthieu de, author
Categories: New Materials

Christianity not mysterious :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
Toland, John, 1670-1722, author
Categories: New Materials

Freedom, opportunity, and security:

Business & Economics - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
Downing, Douglas, author
Categories: New Materials

The economics and organization of Brazilian agriculture :

Business & Economics - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
Chaddad, Fabio R. (Fabio Ribas), author
Categories: New Materials

International trade institutions

Business & Economics - Wed, 02/03/2016 - 00:00
Lanjouw, G. J
Categories: New Materials

After Effects Expressions for Premiere Pro Editors

Lynda.com - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Angie Taylor

Released On: 2/3/2016

Expressions are an advanced feature of After Effects that many editors shy away from. The perception is that you need to be good at scripting to be able to use expressions. But basic expressions are easy to apply using simple point-and-click methods. They're incredibly useful for adding randomness to animation and effects, linking properties to synchronize animation, or even making effects react to music.

After Effects Expressions for Premiere Pro Editors is a creative, project-based workshop. Editors take a basic Premiere Pro edit and bring it to life using After Effects expressions and Dynamic Link, following author Angie Taylor's expert instructions. The concepts are broken down into manageable 3–5 minute videos, covering techniques such as randomizing effects, linking animation and color to sound, automating animation, and more.


Photography with a Tilt-Shift Lens

Lynda.com - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Justin Reznick

Released On: 2/3/2016

A tilt-shift lens is a specialized piece of gear that expands your creative options. With a tilt-shift lens, you can fix distorted verticals in architectural photos, greatly expand depth of field, and create special optical effects. You can simulate many of these things in post-processing, but a tilt-shift lens lets you experiment in the field—and seeing the results as you work can affect the way you shoot a scene. In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick demonstrates how to use a tilt-shift lens in a variety of shooting scenarios. He shows how to shift for perspective control and panoramas, and tilt for "miniature" style photos and sharpness from front to back.


Learn Swift 2: The Basics

Lynda.com - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: John Nastos

Released On: 2/3/2016

Learn Swift 2. These tutorials take you through the basics of Swift, the fast, interactive codebase for programming iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS, and even Watch OS apps. Swift is ideal for new programmers who want to build their first apps, as well as experienced developers who are migrating from Objective-C.

First, learn how to install Xcode, the IDE designed for Apple developers, and use Swift playgrounds, an innovative coding environment that displays results as you code. Author John Nastos then dives deep into Swift syntax: the variables and constants, data types, arrays, loops, classes, and functions that make your apps run. Next, discover how to build an engaging app interface with storyboards and Interface Builder, connect the interface and code, and use table views to present lists. John shows how to store and retrieve data, and interact with Objective-C, the original app development language that still integrates beautifully with Swift. Using the exercise files provided with the course, you'll assemble a complete working app with Swift while gaining the skills to go create the next one on your own.


The Civil War in the trans-Mississippi theater, 1861-1865

History - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 04:00
Prushankin, Jeffery S., 1952- author
Categories: New Materials

Konzeption und Kompilation der Schedelschen Weltchronik

History - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 04:00
Posselt, Bernd, 1981- author
Categories: New Materials

When African Americans came to Paris.

History - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 04:00
Categories: New Materials

V-Ray 3.0 for 3ds Max Essential Training

Lynda.com - Tue, 02/02/2016 - 03:00
Authored By: Brian Bradley

Released On: 7/10/2015

Master features of the V-Ray 3.0 rendering engine and learn how to extend the range of 3ds Max with V-Ray's state-of-the-art tools, such as progressive sampling, skin and hair shaders, and stereoscopic 3D rendering. This course covers critical V-Ray concepts such as basic material creation, image sampling, color mapping, subdivs, and lighting, as well as creating in-camera effects such as depth of field, motion blur, and caustics. Author and 3D expert Brian Bradley will help you add amazing and lifelike materials and effects to your 3D models with this powerful plugin.


Learn Sketch: The Basics

Lynda.com - Mon, 02/01/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Chris Converse

Released On: 2/2/2016

Sketch is one of the most popular UX design tools around. This training course will help designers of all skill levels be productive with its focused, comprehensive vector graphics workflow. Follow along with Chris Converse and learn the ins and outs of the Sketch 3 interface, how to work with the key tools and workflows for UX and web designers, and how to create logos, wireframes, mockups, and production-ready graphics with Sketch. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use Sketch's artboards, text and object styles, reusable symbols, and drawing and export tools to create high-definition PNGs, JPEGs, and PDFs. The exercise files are free to all members.


DaVinci Resolve 12 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Mon, 02/01/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Patrick Inhofer

Released On: 2/2/2016

For over a decade, DaVinci Resolve has been the go-to tool for colorists working on Hollywood films, commercials, and professional corporate video. Now it's available to anyone on a Mac or PC. The latest version, DaVinci Resolve 12, combines its high-end color grading tools with a full-featured nonlinear video-editing environment. You can edit, color correct, color grade, and render a video project without ever leaving the program.

In these tutorials, professional colorist Patrick Inhofer guides viewers through the basics of using DaVinci Resolve 12. Get a look over Patrick's shoulder as he touches on key features in Resolve, while introducing the lingo every colorist needs to understand the program and the workflow. He shows how to import footage, keep it all organized, edit clips in the timeline, and start color grading your project: applying primary and secondary corrections, vignettes, looks, and Power Windows. He also shows how to target corrections with shapes and keys, match shots, and create "hero shots" to jump-start discussions with directors, clients, and colleagues.

Most of the tutorials are compatible with both DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio, the paid version of the software. If you have already watched DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training, check out "What's New in DaVinci Resolve 12" to brush up on the updates.


Final Cut Pro X Guru: Motion Graphics in Motion and After Effects

Lynda.com - Mon, 02/01/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Nick Harauz

Released On: 2/2/2016

We've all seen the ads. "Looking for video editors. Experience with motion graphics and After Effects required." If you're looking for a job as a video editor in today's market, being able to produce professional-looking motion graphics is an absolute necessity. Luckily, motion design is something you can learn. Join Nick Harauz as he takes you through a variety of motion graphic workflows for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and After Effects.

It starts with the principles of good design: composition and color theory, inspiration and limitations. Nick then works through three chapters of timesaving, practical motion graphics techniques. Learn to create a lower third, animate a Photoshop file, and build dynamic backgrounds in Final Cut Pro. Discover how animate text, create moving 3D text, and build custom transitions in Motion. Then find out how to send FCP clips to After Effects and animate, light, and export your work. By the end of the training, editors will have a basic comprehension of motion graphic design techniques and the essentials for transitioning between these three powerhouse applications.


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