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Now I am going to close Adobe Bridge here. There are many industries that use Adobe Photoshop and the amount of industries that use Photoshop on a daily basis is increasing rapidly.
Now we are not going to cover this in this training series, but if you are in the medical industry Photoshop has added a whole new library of things to help you in your work. So that you can use medical files from different digital imagers, bring them here in the Photoshop and you could preview animations and that type of thing. Again, specific for the medical industry.
Photoshop Extended could also bring in video and you could even do a little bit of editing of that video. You could add Photoshop effects and that type of thing. You could Rotoscoping, any one of a number of things you can do. Photoshop treats video just like another layer. You could also bring in 3D. I do extensive 3D work and this is an amazing benefit. I can now bring in my 3D files, send them over to clients to have Photoshop CS3 Extended and they could preview my 3D files, even rotating around them in 3D space or changing the textures from right here in Photoshop. That used to be biggest most time-consuming procedure in a 3D work-flow, is going back and changing the textures.
You don't have to do that anymore because of Photoshop. We will be talking extensively also about Photoshop's capabilities in making stuff for the web. We could output images whose destination is for the World Wide Web and we could even build complete websites from scratch using only Photoshop. So if you have a tough time learning Dreamweaver for example, come to Photoshop. There are ways here where you can build an entire website with no other tools.
I mentioned before about mobile content. You could now author mobile content inside of Photoshop, inside of Device Central. So if you have a PDA or some other type of mobile device, you can use Device Central to make custom screens and wallpapers just for that particular device.
Now also in the last segment I mentioned Adobe Camera Raw. Basically, a way that we can go in and process digital negative files. Well, one time I was walking through a hotel and I heard Photoshop, and as a card-carrying nerd I got all excited, because I heard somebody talking about Photoshop in the other room and I was wondering what kind of conference was going on. It turns out it was a police conference and they were talking about how to use Adobe Camera Raw to process fingerprints of thugs and felons.
So potentially you could thwart the forces of evil using only Photoshop and the Trustee Theater or some other tool probably. But the point is, is that you can use these tools in a whole wide array of industries. I even had private detectives take my Photoshop classes to help them in their work as well. So in practically any industry that you could think of Photoshop has touched it in some way or another.