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In this Bridge tutorial you will learn about the features of Bridge and what it can do.
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Hello, this is Miro2194, making a video on getting started with Adobe Bridge.
First of all, I want to show you how to customize Bridge. So for example I can get my preview a lot larger or things like that for example and the preference is I can edit some of them with general I can place this back, by the way the hot key for the preference is CTRL or command Key. Okay, so once that we have seen how you can customize everything in bridge, there you can make things bigger or there’s one there. That’s one thing I want to show you.
Now, another things is that you can rate your images, for example I don’t like this image as much so I can make that two, or you know just hit the two make sure you hold CTRL two, this I liked it a lot all five I like this a lot make the 4 over here and I can also add labels to them, so for example I will let—write a label to this, re-label and a every label, it doesn’t matter really and I can for example sort them for example I only want to see the five star so I click here to see the five stars and red label here, I want to see five stars and approved over here.
I want only want to see red label, I only want to see approved red label or the label with two stars, things like that. I have to remove that label. I just need the same numbers and to remove the stars is with zero, sorry just hit CTRL zero and there you go. Now I want to show you the different preview options you have, for example here I can make this bigger and to show you that here I can select tons of them and I can zoom within there, I I can hide that, there to zoom in a little bit over there. I will select even more or I can select all of them and here it will appear in the preview okay, it’s good thing about that. So now we’ve seen that in the preview you can select tons of actions, okay?
Another thing I wanted to show you is stacking, for example first of all if you don’t know what stacking is, I want to tell you that stacking is like grouping images that are like very similar. For example, I want these images although they aren’t similar, I’ll just hit CTRL-G and they will be stacked. This old really stack will continue again and either we want to stack them or show or see what’s in the stack I’ll just hit over here, the number one thing over here is that you can see the preview. I can also see over here the same. Okay, kind of cool to that. If I wanted to inspect them just click this again. If you want to un-stack just go to Tools or stacks and the root form stack over here stacks then a group from stacks.
Another thing I want to show you is the Patch, meaning for example if I hit the space and click over here I can rename these two, well anything, okay. But if I want to rename all I can select all and hit SHIFT/CTRL R that will be my patch meaning thing and here again for example great_images. I don’t want to create it so I will remove this in the minus, I will remove this over and here is the sequence and I want only one digit and hit rename. And so it has renamed the files, you can see great images, great images, great images, all had been renamed. I want to Undo that just hit CTRL Z.
Finally, I want to show you the shortcuts, so shortcuts—no the slide show. So if you want to see this lecture just hit CTRL L and to let you, just get—to get rid of that and now if you want you can just hit CTRL/SHIFT L to open the slide show options or go to view slide show options, here you can arrange for example the transition for example I wanted to be a newspaper spin and play and you see here you did you changed. One cool thing for this is that if you hit H the slide show, hot keys will appear. So after that just hit this key and all those things I want to show you is that if you hit CTRL any bridge you could open a renew bridge to manage to Windows at the same time. So that was all for now, don’t forget to check out the site www.norton194.co.nr and see you in the next video. Bye.