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MULTIMEDIA DESIGN

TermDefinition
KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS-PIXLR lasso tool (L)
wand tool (w)
brush tool (B)
bucket tool (G)
type tool (T)
open image (ctrl O)
new image (ctrl n)
save (ctrl S)
undo (ctrl Z)
redo (ctrl Y)
cut (ctrl x)
copy (ctrl C)
paste (ctrl V)
free transform (ctrl T)
select all KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS-PIXLR (ctrl A)
MAC SHORTCUTS print (cmd P)
search text on web page (cmd F)
create new folder on desktop (cmd+shift+N)
control ctrl
command cmd
layer mask A layer mask is something you apply to a given layer to control the transparency of that layer.
matte Used to combine a foreground image with a background image
onion skinning A technique used in animating to see several frames at once.
chroma keying (Green Screen)A technique by which a block of color can be replaced. We take out green typically, but any color can be used.
feathering to soften the edge of an image by making the edge gradually fade out until it becomes transparent.
key framing (motion) The process of assigning a specific parameter value to an object at a specific point in time.
loop a section of a piece of music cut in such a way that can be seamlessly repeated indefinitely by technical means.
Each station we are going to focus on one skill. We are still in the beginning stages of most of the things we are learning in Multimedia Design. I will be reminding you of these things.
Each tutorial will begin with a slide discussing what we are focusing on that day. I will be reminding you of these things.
Created by: breaunaf