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Mega Adobe Training Series

With the Mega Adobe Training Bundle, you’ll quickly learn all the latest tricks of working with Adobe software! For a low price and full access for an entire year, this bundle consists of seven comprehensive courses on Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects Premier Pro Flash/Animate and Introduction to Animation.

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95 Hrs 15 Min
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376 On-demand Videos
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Course Topics
44  Topics
Question & Answers
1,203 Prep Questions
Certificate of Completion

Certificate of Completion

The Mega Adobe Training Bundle is designed to give you full access for 1 year to all of our available Adobe training courses at an affordable price. Includes all 7 of our Adobe training courses listed below:
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Premier Pro
  • Adobe Flash/Animate
  • Introduction To Animation
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Adobe InDesign Course Content

Module 1 - Introduction To Adobe Indesign

  •    1.1 Intro-InDesign
  •    1.2 What is InDesign

Module 2 - Getting Started With Adobe InDesign

  •    2.1 Creating a New Document
  •    2.2 Importing Images and Understanding Links
  •    2.3 Embedding
  •    2.4 Navigating the Interface
  •    2.5 Manipulating Graphics
  •    2.6 Creating simple shapes
  •    2.7 Basic Tools
  •    2.8 Properties Panel
  •    2.9 Working with Layers
  •    2.10 Elements of Design

Module 3 - Understanding and Applying Colors

  •    3.1 Color Theory
  •    3.2 Color Swatches RGB vs Lab vs CMYK
  •    3.3 Understanding and Applying Gradients

Module 4 - Pages

  •    4.1 Pages Panel
  •    4.2 Parent Pages

Module 5 - Typography

  •    5.1 Typography
  •    5.2 Creating Text
  •    5.3 Character and Paragraph Formatting
  •    5.4 Character and Paragraph Styles
  •    5.5 Chaining Text Boxes Together
  •    5.6 OpenType
  •    5.7 Creating Outlines
  •    5.8 Working with Tables

Module 6 - Packaging and Exporting for Web and Print

  •    6.1 Preflight
  •    6.2 Packaging Your Document
  •    6.3 Exporting a PDF
  •    6.4 Exporting an Image Sequence

Module 7 - Principles of Design

  •    7.1 Principles of Design

Module 8 - Designing for Your Output

  •    8.1 Letterheads
  •    8.2 Business Cards
  •    8.3 Resume
  •    8.4 Brochures
  •    8.5 Types of Binding
  •    8.6 Impose

Module 9 - Advanced Techniques in InDesign

  •    9.1 Clipping Mask
  •    9.2 Step and Repeat
  •    9.3 GREP
  •    9.4 Layer Effects
  •    9.5 Page Tool
  •    9.6 Scripts

Module 10 - Interactivity in InDesign

  •    10.1 Interactivity
  •    10.2 Importing Media
  •    10.3 Using Multiple Pages in Interactivity
  •    10.4 Crating an Interactive Project
  •    10.5 Animation
  •    10.6 InDesign Conclusion

Adobe Illustrator Course Content

Module 1 - Introduction to Adobe Illustrator 2022

  •    1.1 Instructor Bio
  •    1.2 Course Introduction

Module 2 - Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator 2022

  •    2.1 What are Vectors
  •    2.2 Creating a New Document
  •    2.3 Navigating the Interface

Module 3 - Drawing

  •    3.1 Drawing and Manipulating Primitive Shapes
  •    3.2 Drawing Custom Shapes
  •    3.3 Importing Images
  •    3.4 Understanding Layers and Sublayers
  •    3.5 Additional Drawing and Manipulation Tools

Module 4 - Colors and Gradients

  •    4.1 Color Theory
  •    4.2 In-depth dive into Color Palette-
  •    4.3 Creating Color Swatches
  •    4.3.2 Gradient Mesh

Module 5 - Intermediate Illustration

  •    5.1 Appearance Palette
  •    5.2 Pathfinder Palette
  •    5.3.1 Recreating an Existing Logo
  •    5.3.2 Creating an icon from a Sketch
  •    5.3.3 Creating a vector illustration from a sketch
  •    5.3.4 Blending Modes

Module 6 - Typography

  •    6.1 Introduction to Typography
  •    6.2 Type Tools in Illustrator
  •    6.3 Envelope Warp and Mesh
  •    6.4 Breaking Text into Outlines
  •    6.5 Caligramme Demo

Module 7 - Live Trace, Paintbrush and Blob Brush

  •    7.1 Live Trace
  •    7.2 Paint Brush

Module 8 - Advanced Illustration

  •    8.1 Illustrating a face from a photo
  •    8.2 Illustrating the body
  •    8.3 Hair and emulating texture
  •    8.4 Adding a background
  •    8.5 Shadows and highlights

Module 9 - Exporting

  •    9.1 Differences Between File Formats
  •    Conclusion

Adobe After Effects Course Content

Module 1: Getting Started

  •    1.1 Course Introduction
  •    1.2 Keyboard Shortcuts
  •    1.3 Keyboard Tips
  •    1.4 Things to Do Before Starting

Module 2: Getting to Know the Workflow

  •    2.1 General Interface and Starting a Project
  •    2.2 Basic Title Animation Using Keyframes
  •    2.3 Keyframe Interpolation and Keyframe Assistan
  •    2.4 Renaming a Composition
  •    2.5 Soloing a Layer for Individual Edits
  •    2.6 Interface Continued: Tool bar, Timeline panel, Preferences, Workspaces
  •    2.7 Render and Export

Module 3: Creating a Basic Animation Using Effects and Presets

  •    3.1 Importing Files from Bridge and Creating a New Composition
  •    3.2 Horizontal Type Tool and Guides
  •    3.3 Controls, Effects and Presets for Titles and Logos

Module 4: Animating Text

  •    4.1 Create and Stylize a Text Layer With the Characters and Paragraph Panels
  •    4.2 Preview and Apply Text Animation Presets and Use Keyframes
  •    4.3 Animate Layers Using Parenting
  •    4.4 Editing and Animating Imported Photoshop Text
  •    4.5 Install Fonts Using Adobe Fonts

Module 5: Working With Shape Layers

  •    5.1 Create and Customize a Shape with Shape Tool
  •    5.2 Self Animating Shape with a Wiggle Path (green marker)
  •    5.3 Create and Customize a Shape with Pen Tool
  •    5.4 Snap Layers
  •    5.5 Animating Shape Layers with Path Operations
  •    5.6 Creating Nulls from Paths

Module 6: Animating a Multimedia Presentation

  •    6.1 Animate Multiple Layers Using Parenting
  •    6.2 Precomposing Layers
  •    6.3 Keyframing a Motion Path
  •    6.4 Animating a Character to Create Movement
  •    6.5 Animating Precomposed Layers with Effects

Module 7: Animating Photoshop Layers

  •    7.1 Animating Change in Light
  •    7.2 Animating Birds Flying with a Track Mat
  •    7.3 Animating Shadows and Using Corner Pin
  •    7.4 Adding a Lens Flare Effect
  •    7.5 Render Composition and Retime
  •    7.6 Use the Graph Editor to Remap Time

Module 8: Working With Masks

  •    8.1 Setup a Basic Mask
  •    8.2 Refine and Apply Mask
  •    8.3 Creating a Reflection with a Mask and Blending Modes
  •    8.4 Create a Vignette

Module 9: Distorting Objects with the Puppet Tools

  •    9.1 Puppet Position Pen Tool
  •    9.2 Starch Pins
  •    9.3 Manually Animate with Puppet Tool
  •    9.4 Automate Animation Using Puppet Sketch Tool

Module 10: Using the Roto Brush Tool

  •    10.1 Extract Foreground Object from Background and Create a Mat
  •    10.2 Touch Up a Mat with the Refine Edge Tool
  •    10.3 Edit or Replace the Separated Background

Module 11: Performing Color Correction

  •    11.1 Set up Composition and Use Levels to Start Balancing the Color
  •    11.2 Basic Color Grading with Lumetri Color Effects
  •    11.3 Use Basic Masking, Tracking and Keying to Replace the Background
  •    11.4 Use an Adjustment Layer to Create a Global Color Effect
  •    11.5 Gaussian Blur Effect

Module 12: Creating Motion Graphics Templates

  •    12.1 Add New Font with Adobe Fonts and Create a Title with Basic Effects
  •    12.2 Using Adjustment Layers to Apply a Specific Effect
  •    12.3 Use Essential Graphics Panel to Build Custom Controls and Share as a Template
  •    12.4 Create Checkboxes to Toggle Visibility of a Background Image
  •    12.5 Protect Portions of a Project from Time Stretching and Export Template

Adobe Flash/Animate Course Content

Module 1

  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 What is Flash Animate
  •    1.3 Creating A New Document in Flash and Exploring the Interface
  •    1.4 Drawing in Flash Part 1
  •    1.5 Drawing in Flash Part 2
  •    1.6 Frame by Frame Animating in Flash Part 1
  •    1.7 Frame by Frame Animating in Flash Part 2
  •    1.8 Saving, Rendering, and Exporting
  •    1.9 Animating with Symbols Part 1
  •    1.10 Animating with Symbols Part 2
  •    1.11 Animating with Symbols Part 3
  •    1.12 Different Types of Tweening Part 1
  •    1.13 Different Types of Tweening Part 2
  •    1.14 Nesting Symbols
  •    1.15 Importing Graphics Part 1
  •    1.16 Importing Graphics Part 2
  •    1.17 Masking Part 1
  •    1.18 Masking Part 2
  •    1.19 Camera and Parallax Scrolling Part 1
  •    1.20 Camera and Parallax Scrolling Part 2
  •    1.21 Camera and Parallax Scrolling Part 3
  •    1.22 Rotoscoping Part 1
  •    1.23 Rotoscoping Part 2
  •    1.24 Rotoscoping Part 3
  •    1.25 Rotoscoping Part 4
  •    1.26 Rotoscoping Part 5
  •    1.27 Rotoscoping Part 6
  •    1.28 Rotoscoping Part 7
  •    1.29 Creating a Puppet Part 1
  •    1.30 Creating a Puppet Part 2
  •    1.31 Creating a Puppet Part 3
  •    1.32 Creating a Puppet Part 4
  •    1.33 Creating a Puppet Part 5
  •    1.34 Creating a Puppet Part 6
  •    1.35 Animating a Puppet Part 1
  •    1.36 Animating a Puppet Part 2
  •    1.37 Animating a Puppet Part 3
  •    1.38 Animating a Puppet Part 4
  •    1.39 Cycles
  •    1.40 Interchangeable Parts
  •    1.41 Interactivity
  •    1.42 Text Part 1
  •    1.43 Text Part 2
  •    1.44 Animating with Code
  •    1.45 Dialog Part 1
  •    1.46 Dialog Part 2
  •    1.47 Dialog Part 3
  •    1.48 Dialog Part 4
  •    1.49 Controlling the Timeline Part 1
  •    1.50 Controlling the Timeline Part 1
  •    1.51 Putting Together an Interactive eCard Part 1
  •    1.52 Putting Together an Interactive eCard Part 2
  •    1.53 Putting Together an Interactive eCard Part 3
  •    1.54 Putting Together an Interactive eCard Part 4
  •    1.55 Putting Together an Interactive eCard Part 5
  •    1.56 Bone Tool
  •    1.57 Conclusion

Adobe Introduction to Animation Course Content

Module 1: What is Animation and the Basics

  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 What is Animation - Part1
  •    1.3 What is Animation - Part2
  •    1.4 Bouncy Ball Demo - Part1
  •    1.5 Bouncy Ball Demo - Part2
  •    1.6 Bouncy Ball Demo - Part3
  •    1.7 Pendulum Demo - Part1
  •    1.8 Pendulum Demo - Part2
  •    1.9 Platform Pendulum Demo - Part1
  •    1.10 Platform Pendulum Demo - Part2
  •    1.11 Principles of Animation - Part1
  •    1.12 Principles of Animation - Part2
  •    1.13 Bouncy Ball in Perspective Demo - Part1
  •    1.14 Bouncy Ball in Perspective Demo - Part2
  •    1.15 Flag Wave Demo - Part1

Module 2: Intermediate Animation Techniques

  •    2.1 Weight Demo - Part1
  •    2.2 Weight Demo - Part2
  •    2.3 Weight Demo- Part3
  •    2.4 Breaking a Character Down Into Basic Shapes - Part1
  •    2.5 Breaking a Character Down Into Basic Shapes - Part2
  •    2.6 Breaking a Character Down Into Basic Shapes - Part3
  •    2.7 Boil Demo - Part1
  •    2.8 Boil Demo - Part2
  •    2.9 A Take Demo - Part1
  •    2.10 A Take Demo - Part2
  •    2.11 Staggering Demo - Part1
  •    2.12 Staggering Demo - Part2
  •    2.13 Staggering Demo - Part3
  •    2.15 Head Turn Demo - Part1
  •    2.16 Head Turn Demo - Part2
  •    2.17 Head Turn Demo - Part3
  •    2.18 Head Turn Demo - Part4
  •    2.19 Walk Cycles Demo - Part1
  •    2.20 Walk Cycles Demo - Part2
  •    2.21 Walk Cycles Demo - Part3
  •    2.22 Run Cycles Demo
  •    2.23 Dialogue Demo - Part1
  •    2.24 Dialogue Demo - Part2
  •    2.25 Dialogue Demo - Part3
  •    2.26 Dialogue Demo - Part4
  •    2.27 Conclusion

Adobe Premiere Pro Essential Training Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to Premiere and Getting Started on an Editing Project

  •    1.1 Course Introduction
  •    1.2 Introduction to Premiere Pro CC
  •    1.3 Creating a New Project
  •    1.4 Workspace Layout
  •    1.5 Importing Media
  •    1.6 Organizing Media
  •    1.7 Monitoring Footage
  •    1.8 Navigating the Source Monitor
  •    1.9 Creating a Sequence
  •    1.10 Editing Video Part 1
  •    1.11 Editing Video Part 2
  •    1.12 Editing with Multi Source Sequence Part 1
  •    1.13 Editing with Multi Source Sequence Part 2
  •    1.14 Editing with Multi Source Sequence Part 3
  •    1.15 Adding Titles

Module 2: More Editing Techniques and Completing a Project

  •    2.1 Editing Using Program Monitor
  •    2.2 Advanced Editing Techniques
  •    2.3 Inserting Graphics
  •    2.4 Adding Music
  •    2.5 Adjusting Audio
  •    2.6 Using The Tools In Tool Panel
  •    2.7 Trimming Using The Program Monitor
  •    2.8 Track Monitoring And Algorithm
  •    2.9 Transitions
  •    2.10 Basic Effects
  •    2.11 Manipulate Clip Speed
  •    2.12 Color Correction
  •    2.14 Exporting A Project
  •    2.15 Conclusion

Adobe Photoshop Course Content

Module 1: Tools and Effects in Photoshop

  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 Exploring the Tools and Work Area - Part1
  •    1.3 Exploring the Tools and Work Area - Part2
  •    1.4 Exploring the Tools and Work Area - Part3
  •    1.5 Exploring the Tools and Work Area - Part4
  •    1.6 Layers in Photoshop - Part1
  •    1.7 Layers in Photoshop - Part2
  •    1.8 Layers in Photoshop - Part3
  •    1.9 Crop and Transform
  •    1.10 Working with Text - Part1
  •    1.11 Working with Text - Part2
  •    1.12 Filters in Photoshop
  •    1.13 Layer Styles
  •    1.14 Adjustment Layers - Part1
  •    1.15 Adjustment Layers - Part2

Module 2: Creating Projects in Photoshop

  •    2.1 Photo Retouching Methods - Part1
  •    2.2 Photo Retouching Methods - Part2
  •    2.3 Creating a Poster Design - Part1
  •    2.4 Creating a Poster Design - Part2
  •    2.5 Creating a Poster Design - Part3
  •    2.6 Creating a Poster Design - Part4
  •    2.7 Coloring Digital Art - Part1
  •    2.8 Coloring Digital Art - Part2
  •    2.9 Coloring Digital Art - Part2
  •    2.10 Colorizing a Black and White Photo - Part1
  •    2.11 Colorizing a Black and White Photo - Part2
  •    2.12 Creating a Website Design - Part1
  •    2.13 Creating a Website Design - Part2
  •    2.14 Creating a Website Design - Part3
  •    2.15 Exporting in Photoshop
  •    2.16 Conclusion

Adobe InDesign Course Content

Module 1

  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 What is InDesign
  •    1.3 Creating a New Document
  •    1.4 Importing Images - Part1
  •    1.5 Importing Images - Part2
  •    1.6 Vector vs. Pixels
  •    1.7 Exploring the InDesign Work Area
  •    1.8 Master Pages

Module 2

  •    2.1 Typography - Part1
  •    2.2 Typography - Part2
  •    2.3 Creating Tables
  •    2.4 Packaging
  •    2.5 Principle of Design
  •    2.6 Knowing Your Output
  •    2.7 Advanced Techniques in InDesign
  •    2.8 Using InDesign for Ineractivity
  •    2.9 Scripts
  •    2.10 Exporting
  •    2.11 Conclusion

Adobe Illustrator Course Content

Module 1: Tools and Effects in Illustrator

  •    1.1 Course Introduction
  •    1.2 Introduction to Adobe Illustrator
  •    1.3 Basic Tools in Illustrator
  •    1.4 Working with Shapes
  •    1.5 Fills and Strokes
  •    1.6 Pencil Tool
  •    1.7 Pen Tool
  •    1.8 Brush Tool
  •    1.9 Compound Path
  •    1.10 Gradients
  •    1.11 Layers and Grooves
  •    1.12 Transparency and Graphic Style
  •    1.13 Transforming, Moving and Rotating Objects
  •    1.14 Type Tool
  •    1.15 Blending Shapes and Colors
  •    1.16 Basic Effects in Illustrator
  •    1.17 Image Trace Tool

Module 2: Creating Projects in Illustrator

  •    2.1 Creating a Caricature Part 1
  •    2.2 Creating a Caricature Part 2
  •    2.3 Creating a Caricature Part 3
  •    2.4 Creating a Caricature Part 4
  •    2.5 Recreating a Wonka Bar Logo Part 1
  •    2.6 Recreating a Wonka Bar Logo Part 2
  •    2.7 Creating a Logo
  •    2.8 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 1
  •    2.9 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 2
  •    2.10 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 3
  •    2.11 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 4
  •    2.12 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 5
  •    2.13 Recreating a Pablo Picasso Painting Part 6
  •    2.14 Exporting
  •    2.15 Conclusion

Adobe After Effects - Legacy Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to After Effects

  •    1.1 Introduction
  •    1.2 What is After Effects?
  •    1.3 Creating a New Project in After Effects
  •    1.4 Creating and Animating Primitive Shapes Demo - Part1
  •    1.5 Creating and Animating Primitive Shapes Demo -Part2
  •    1.6 Simply Bouncing Ball Demo -Part1
  •    1.7 Simply Bouncy Ball Demo - Part2
  •    1.8 Complex Bouncy Ball Demo - Part1
  •    1.9 Complex Bouncing Ball Demo - Part2
  •    1.10 Exporting from After Effects
  •    1.11 Curves Editor Demo
  •    1.12 Importing Footage - Part1
  •    1.13 Importing Footage - Part2
  •    1.14 Parenting - Part1
  •    1.15 Parenting - Part2

Module 2: Intermediate Effects and Techniques in After Effects

  •    2.1 3D Layers and Cameras Demo - Part1
  •    2.2 3D Layers and Cameras Demo - Part2
  •    2.3 Animating Text Demo - Part1
  •    2.4 Animating Text Demo - Part2
  •    2.5 Animating Text Demo - Part3
  •    2.6 Animating Text Demo - Part4
  •    2.7 Importing and Syncing Audio
  •    2.8 Particles Demo - Part1
  •    2.9 Particles Demo - Part2
  •    2.10 Lights Demo
  •    2.11 Common Effects in After Effects

Module 3: More Advanced Effects and Techniques in After Effects

  •    3.1 Puppet Building Demo - Part1
  •    3.2 Puppet Building Demo - Part2
  •    3.3 Puppet Building Demo - Part3
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Dana Corrigan

Dana Corrigan

Animation Professor and Freelancer

Dana Corrigan is a 2D animation professor and freelance animator/illustrator whose work includes TV Pilots, E-Cards, Motion Graphics, animated short films, and developing pitch books and presentations for cartoon shows.  She has an MFA in Animation from Savannah College of Art and Design and has been teaching at the university level since 2011.

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Bobby Marinelli

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