In this training course for Adobe Premiere CS6, expert author Jeff Sengstack introduces you to the powerful tools that are available to you in this video editing software from Adobe. Designed for the beginner, this tutorial begins with the basics, and gradually teaches you everything you need to do to create high-quality video projects.
In this Advanced C++ training course, expert trainer, author and developer Professor McMillan teaches you advanced tools and techniques for developing programs with C++. This tutorial continues where Professor McMillan left off with the Beginners Learning C++ training course from Infinite Skills. You jump right in to the training with a review of Inheritance. You will learn advanced topics in this training course such as Polymorphism, creating templates, working with exception handling, stream input/output management, associative containers, algorithms, stacks, queues and binary trees, different search and sort methods, namespaces and working with advanced string class methods.
Microsoft Excel 2010 is much more than a quick way to add up numbers. In this online course, you will learn advanced features such as nesting IF statements, how to calculate the Mean of a group of numbers using AVERAGEIF, SUMIF and more. You will learn about performing lookups with HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP. This tutorial also covers Sparklines, and goes in-depth with Pivot Tables and Charts. Finally, you will learn how to create and record your own Macros. This advanced video course is not for beginners. You should have a firm grasp of the basics before taking this Advanced Excel training course. By the conclusion of this advanced computer software tutorial for Microsoft Excel 2010, you will have mastered the advanced features and functions of this software. Working files are included to allow you to follow along with the same files the author trains you with.
Advanced Flash 5: Introduction to ActionScripting with Josh Ulm and Garo Green is an instructional workshop presenting the radically new object-oriented scripting mode introduced by Macromedia Flash 5. This workshop offers completely new and original exercises developed specifically to teach the fundamentals of object-oriented programming inside of Flash. While traditional scripting methods are still accessible in Flash 5, adopting object-oriented methods will significantly change the way you develop Flash movies. Object-oriented programming will produce movies that are smaller, faster, more powerful and extensible. This workshop breaks ActionScripting down into easy-to-understand fundamental concepts, so Flash developers can harness the power and complexity of Flash without relying on complicated single-use tricks.