Galileo Design: OS X Lion — The comprehensive training Mac GERMAN

Galileo Design: OS X Lion - The comprehensive training Mac GERMAN
Galileo Design: OS X Lion — The comprehensive training Mac
German | Team: RESTORE | ISO
Genre: Video Training

* The perfect introduction to the Mac world
* All new features explained in detail
* Power User Tips for Advanced
* Suitable for Windows converts
You want to really get to know your Mac? This video tutorial shows you in about 120 films, what is the latest operating system OS X Lion and how to use it optimally. Experience has to offer, what new possibilities OS X Lion. Explore \»as an entry-live\» with a real Mac expert all functions and settings. Benefit as a power user of many advanced tips that will make the first-day Mac. And even when switching from Windows, you will find tutorials that are aimed specifically at you.
In addition, not only the operating system, but also the complete iWork and iLife software packages clearly explained in detail. This training does not matter: it is mine, false savior and all-inclusive package at the same time for all Mac users. You are therefore guaranteed to your destination.


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Joomla 1.0 Tutorials from BeautyinDesign

Joomla 1.0 Tutorials from BeautyinDesign
Joomla 1.0 Tutorials from BeautyinDesign
English | vp6f 768×576 15.00 fps | mp3 mono 96 kb/s | 1.45 GB
Genre: Video Training

A few lessons from BeautyinDesign video in which you will learn how to work with Joomla lessons are using Joomla 1.0.3
Included following items
Basic Joomla Administration
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One lesson — What is JOOMLA?
- Advantages of the JOOMLA CMS (Demonstrate Several Capabilities)
• User Manager (block users, restrict users, etc.)
• Moving Modules o Dynamic Menus
• Easy Change of the Future Looks for
Maintenance • Save time o Ability to edit and manage content (Front-end)
- Different uses of JOOMLA (include Add-ONS That Are available)
• Blogs
• News Sites
• E-Commerce
• Property Management
• Photo Galleries
• Calendar and Gig Management
• The List is Endless ! Lesson Two — Installation • Uploading the Folders Manually • Download • Unzip FTP Upload • • Uploading through JoomlaPlug Website • Upload • The Installation Wizard • The Configuration File Lesson Three — Learning Your Way Around • The Interface • Menus, Content, Config file, Site Preview, etc. • Installation of Components, Modules, mambots, etc. • User Manager Language Manager • Lesson Four — Understanding Content • Filing Structure (Sections, Categories, and Content) • File Cabinets Are Sections • Categories Are File Folders • Content Are Files • Content Page Options • Understanding Intro Text Lesson Five — Modules, mambots, and Components and Modules • Positions, What Are They? • Components, What Are They? • mambots, What Are They? Lesson Six — User and Template Manager • Registration Options for Users • Access Levels and Restrictions • Switching templates • Editing Templates CSS and HTML VIA options Lesson Seven — The Menu Manager • Understanding a Menu and a menu module • Differences in Menu Links • Configuring the Different Menu Links

Building a CSS Template for JOOMLA
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One lesson — Slicing a Photoshop Image
• Planning the Layout
• Slicing Images
• Naming Slices
• Saving for the Web Lesson Two — Creating the Foundation • Files and Folders • Linking the CSS INTO the PHP Document • Getting Setup in Style Master • Creating the DIV tags Lesson Three — CSS Layout I • Styling the Body • Styling the Container • Styling the Header Lesson Four — CSS Layout II • Styling the content DIV • Working through browser bugs Lesson Five — Finishing up and JOOMLA Integration • Install JOOMLA Plug-in from • Placing the Header Code • Placing the Content Code • Prepare the XML file • Zip and Upload

Increasing User Experience With javascript
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• Overview of the series
• Showcasing the javascript Effects
Lesson Two — De-cluttering the Membership Page
• attaching scripts
• Considering the MooTools as a solution to a cluttered Layout
• Using the Fx.Styles of Mootools to Change element Properties
Lesson Three — Using MooTabs to condense Related Products
• Understanding How MooTabs Works
• Implementing MooTabs to condense the related products of a Shopping Cart
Lesson Four — Using a MooTools \’Light Box\’ to Create a Friendly Gallery
• Understanding the problem with the existing gallery
• Fixing the gallery with the MooTools Light Box
Lesson Five — Using Fx.Styles to Control Font Size
• Selecting an area to Change
• Implementing Fx.Styles to Change Fonts
Lesson Six — Creating a Sliding Sub Menu with MooTools
• Analyzing the main menu and sub-menu for Implementation
• Implement Some simple MooTools Effects to Reveal sub-Links
Lesson Seven — Implementing Reflection javascript for Images
• Downloading and using reflection.js Images for
Lesson Eight — Creating a Sliding Image Menu
• Understanding How the Sliding Image Menu Works
• Implementing the Sliding Image Menu
Lesson nine — Using AJAX with the Sliding Image Menu
• Creating an updated area for Changing content
• Implementing AJAX with the Sliding Links Menu Image

Joomla Optimization
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One lesson — Validation
CSS Validation •
Validation • XHTML
• Correcting incorrect Markup
Lesson Two — Improving Module Output
• Different types of module output options
• Optimizing the template (Continued from the JOOMLA Template Series)
Lesson Three — Improving JOOMLA Accessibility
• Better font usage
• Using CSS to Better Compression file sizes
Lesson Four — Using ARTIO SEF Component
• Getting JOOMLA Ready for Better URL\’s
• Around ARTIO

MooTools for the Rest of Us
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One lesson — Ideas and Resources
• The Purpose and Format of this series
• Where to Get ideas from / Documentation
• Getting MooTools
Lesson Two — Setting up the Document
• javascript insertion
• Testing out an effect
Lesson Three — Creating a Drag-able/Resize Able-Window
• Finding ideas
• Implementing an idea
• Duplicating Several Windows
Lesson Four — Opacity Fades for Various Windows
• Recognizing Windows to fade
• Implementing the code
• Custom Options
Lesson Five — Using Moo.Ajax for the JoomlaOS Template
• Some Benefits
• Creating an Ajax link for the JoomlaOS Template

Template Migration for Joomla
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One lesson — Introduction and Re-Ordering the File Structure
• Introduction to the Template
• Moving the template to the correct Files Location for Joomla
Lesson Two — Optimizing the Template
• The Dreamweaver extension from
• Inserting the PHP tags, header code, and Various Other code
Lesson Three — The Template Details XML File
• How the template_details.xml Works
• Assigning Files, Images, CSS, etc.
Lesson Four — Re-naming and Styling Main Menu the
• Understanding How the Main Menu is styled
• Re -Assigning existing menu styles with the Joomla selectors
Lesson Five — Migrating Styles for Use with Modules
• Latest News module changes
• Main menu module stylings in Other positions
Lesson Six — Custom Module Styling Using Class suffixes
• Styling the Newsflash module Similar to the static template
Using class suffixes in Joomla
Lesson Seven — Styling Various Joomla Elements
• Style matching the titles, Paragraphs, etc. in the template
• News component styling


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TrainSignal XenDesktop 5 full DVD

TrainSignal XenDesktop 5 full DVD
TrainSignal XenDesktop 5 full DVD
English | 800×600 15.00 fps | 22050 Hz mono 352 kb/s | 5.64 Gb
Genre: Video Training

You’ll Work Hands-On with Desktop Virtualization, Provisioning Server, XenDesktop Deployment and Configuration, XenDesktop Troubleshooting, Profile Manager, Citrix Receiver, and Much More! Plus, get Complete Exam Coverage for the CCA 1Y0-a19 Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration Exam!
TrainSignal XenDesktop 5 full DVD You’ll Work Hands-On with Desktop Virtualization, Provisioning Server, XenDesktop Deployment and Configuration, XenDesktop Troubleshooting, Profile Manager, Citrix Receiver, and Much More!
Plus, get Complete Exam Coverage for the CCA 1Y0-a19 Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration Exam! Professional Training Nearly 12 Hours (11 Hours, 43 Minutes, 20 Seconds) of Citrix XenDesktop 5 Training Videos Jam Packed on 2 DVDs! Multiple File Formats Make it convenient for you to learn anywhere you go! iPod Video, Mp3 Audio, .WMV & high quality .AVI video PDF of Instructor Notes allow you to follow along with the videos and take more organized notes Instant Access Online to the entire training course Exam Preparation Complete Exam Coverage This course covers all of the bases required for you to pass: CCA 1Y0-a19 — Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration Exam All credits go to original uploader! Thanks!
XD5DVD1.iso 3.46 GB
XD5DVD2.iso 2.12 GB
Lesson19.avi 34.32 MB
Lesson18.avi 31.70 MB


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Video2Brain — Illustrator CS5 (2010)

Video2Brain - Illustrator CS5 (2010)
Video2Brain — Illustrator CS5 (2010)
Language: German| 11:00 | 1280 x 720 | .Flv | 15fps | Mp3 — 96 kbps | 1.88 GB
Genre: eLearning

Illustrator is a fascinating tool to work simultaneously precise and creative. One understands the idea of ??the program, it\’s great fun to have one\’s own creativity. This video training teaches you a basic understanding of this sophisticated tools, each tool and explains in detail and also gives a comprehensive insight into the enormous wealth of functions of Illustrator. In addition, Gerald Singelmann has a huge bag of tricks ready and plenty of examples for you. Join us today

Wonderful video course from Video2brain.

System requirements:
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 or Mac OS X 10.1
CPU: Pentium 4 2.6 GHz, or G5
VIDEO: The minimum screen resolution of 1024×768
RAM: 512 Mb
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video2brain — Automate Image Editing in Adobe Photoshop CS5

video2brain - Automate Image Editing in Adobe Photoshop CS5
video2brain — Automate Image Editing in Adobe Photoshop CS5: Learn by Video
Duration: 2h 26m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1024×576 | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz Mono | 679 MB
Language: English | Level: Beginner
Genre: Video Training

Add Efficiency Without Sacrificing Quality
You might not think that automation and creativity go hand in hand, but sometimes they do. By automating tasks where appropriate in Photoshop, you can streamline your workflow and free up time to work on the artistic aspects of photography. In this workshop from Photoshop expert Tim Grey, you’ll start by learning core automation concepts and using basic automation tools to process multiple images quickly and easily. Next, you’ll explore actions, an incredibly powerful tool for processing one or more images in a consistent way. You’ll see how actions let you apply creative effects consistently to your images and prepare images for sharing. Finally, you’ll work through a variety of real-world projects that reinforce what you’ve learned and demonstrate some of the many ways you can employ automation in your own workflow.
Automation can never completely replace the artistic control you want to employ with your photographic images, but it can help supplement your workflow and streamline many of your efforts. In this workshop you’ll learn the concepts behind automation in Photoshop and techniques for applying automation to your work.
The contents of this course include

Automation Concepts
In this chapter we’ll explore the basic concepts related to the use of automation in Photoshop.

Batch Processing Tools
In this chapter we’ll take a look at a variety of tools and techniques you can use to automatically process a group of images for a specific purpose. You’ll learn how to rename, process, and add metadata to multiple images at once.

Getting Started with Actions
The lessons in this chapter will guide you through the basics of actions in Photoshop, such as using the Actions panel, reading an action, and adding and deleting actions.

Creating and Modifying Actions
In this chapter we’ll walk through the process of creating an action, including recording an action and modifying it after the fact.

Using Actions
In this chapter we’ll explore a variety of methods for using and managing your actions. You’ll learn how to play, save, and load actions, as well as how to use batch processing and droplets.

Actions Projects
In this chapter we’ll take a look at several projects highlighting the use of actions for a variety of tasks.


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video2brain — Color Correction in Premiere Pro

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video2brain — Color Correction in Premiere Pro
Duration: 2h 41m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1024×576 | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz Mono | 702 MB
Language: English | Level: Intermediate
Genre: Video Training

Analyze and Optimize the Color in Your Video
Color correction is one of those sets of skills many editors put off for another day — partly because they can make do with simple adjustments, and partly because many of the controls and options are a little alien. In this course, master editor Maxim Jago demystifies color correction and gives detailed explanations of the key controls, options, workflows, and best practices for color correction with Premiere Pro. After being introduced to the standard tools for measuring color and light, you’ll learn about the Fast Color Corrector, the Three-Way Color Corrector, and other color correction effects. You’ll also learn how to fix and match color with presets, as well as how to use After Effects and third-party plug-ins to do the few things that Premiere Pro can’t do. After competing this workshop you’ll have all the skills you need to “fix it in post.”
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use Premiere Pro\’s powerful tools to analyze and optimize the color in your video.


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English | vp6f 900×675 15.00 fps | mp3 44100 Hz mono 64 kb/s | 1.00 GB
Genre: Video Training

Video course \»Using the Flash-template for building site\» will help you make your own flash-site from a template Template Monster. Author: Craig Campbell. Duration of the video course 3:00, 34 minutes.
In English. Official Website:
you ever spent hours tinkering with the template Flash, for which you paid good money only to discover that it is too difficult for you? Too many people assume that the configuration templates, Flash is just an easy walk in the park, but they quickly learn that this is — a more complex way than they might expect. In this video course Flash-guru Craig Campbell simplifies the process of editing, because it teaches you how to edit the contents of those messy, poorly coded templates Flash, to customize them to suit your needs. In this series, you learn how to customize text, images, preloader, photo galleries, sounds, and much more! Course content:
1 — Introduction (5:21)

2 — Pattern (8:13)
In this video, Craig explains and shows a pattern that will be used as an example for a video course, and he will give you an overview of the elements of a template that can be customized.

3 — fla file (13:13)
To set up a template, you must first figure out how to fla file is constructed. In this video, Craig is preparing to set up a template, passing fla, to find all the working parts.

4 — Cleaning the fla file (18:17)
One thing you quickly learn about working with templates — that they can often be very difficult for the littered and and customization. Because of this, it can often be beneficial to clean up the file a bit before you start setting up. In this video, Craig will show you some typical pattern of disorder and show ways how to clean up those files.

5 — Customize the text (22:09)
Customizing the text in your Flash templates is probably the easiest part of the setup process. In the end, it\’s mostly a simple substitution of one text to another. However, it can sometimes be a bit complicated, so in this video, Craig will show you how to set up complex parts of the text.

6 — Image Replacement (15:17)
In this video, Craig will show you how to delete images that are contained in the template and replace their images, which are more suited to your website.

7 — Editing Menu Text (11:05)
We have already talked about customizing the text, but sometimes figuring out how to edit text on your menus can be a little tricky, depending on how the collected your particular pattern. In this video, Craig walks you through video clips and other elements of the template to find out exactly how the menu text works so that it could be changed.

8 — Editing Menu Items (7:24)
No, we do not repeat. In the last video we looked at how to edit the text in your menu, but what if you wanted to change the number of menu items that were available. In this video, Craig will show you how to edit your menu, completely removing one of the menu items.

9 — Removal of error (7:07)
In this video, Craig demonstrates how a change in the pattern of the code Flash, find the \»trail ()\» error that produces an irritating bugs in the template window that pops up every time we test the template in the program.

10 — Replacing the logo (12:40)
Of course, if you set up a template for your website, you want to change the logo on the other, which comes with the template or their own, especially if the logo contains text. In this video, Craig will show you two ways to change the logo: by changing the text and replacing text image.

11 — Editing Links (12:45)
Some of the buttons in our template with nothing in fact not bound, and even if they did, then we are most would probably want to change the destination, so in this video, Craig will show the process of changing behavior and adjustment buttons and links.

12 — Setting up gallery (19:38)
Setting up gallery can be a bit more complicated than just switching the image, which we discussed in previous video tutorial. In this tutorial, Craig get to the depths of the gallery project template and shows you how to create your own image for it.

13 — Study preloader (12:19)
The next thing we\’re going to customize is the preloader, but first we must figure out how it work. In this video, Craig explores the graphics and code the preloader to show you how this particular preloader works.

14 — Change the text preloader (7:45)
In this video, Craig will show you how to customize the preloader our pattern, changing the text.

15 — Custom Animation Preloader (Running Time 14:10)
In this video, Craig will show you how to take based preloader, which is already available in the template and make it more beautiful animated for your customized website.

16 — Changing the background music (8:23)
In this video Craig will show you how to change the background music of your template by importing your own music or deleting background music in general.

17 — Publishing Your Site (6:43)
To test the Contact Form in our template (which we\’ll get to the next video), we We first have to publish our site on the server. So in this video tutorial, Craig will show you which files you need to upload to the server.

18 — Feedback (10:14)
Creating Forms of contact in our project template is very simple. It is only necessary to change one simple line of code. In this video, Craig will show you how to make it work.

19 — Conclusion (1:34) - Using Flash Templates to Build Websites (full)

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