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Illustrator's equivalent = Effects > 3D > Extrude & Bevel. In your case a text (no need to outline it) with dark stroke and yellow fill is extruded. There's no shading. Depth, direction and bevelling the edges are easily changed. Even the extruded shape itself can be edited after the effect is applied. Learn also, how to reactivate the effect ...


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Difference is quite low :) Auto bezier will generate constrains automatically and continous bezier will allow that constrains to be streched in the axes (same line of auto generated constrains) and once you change constrains axis ( means u make shape like V) it'll become bezier Auto Bezier : As it's name says; auto bezier stands for the smoothness of ...


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It's called 'Adobe Clean.' You probably couldn't find it online because it's not available for public use. "Adobe’s corporate typeface family was announced in 2009. It is not available for licensing." https://fontsinuse.com/typefaces/32564/adobe-clean You can, however, see that it is indeed this font by using the Inspect Element tool on the Creative Cloud ...


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First. Premiere is not the best tool to make a small size gif. Premiere is a video editor. You need a compositor. Regarding a program, I use Hit Film which is free, and I also use Blender for 2D animation, (also free). If you want, you can use After Effects. When using Blender you need to use emission as the shader. Second. You need to plan your palette. ...


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I found this thread to try and find the answer myself, and have decided to use LiceCap - an openSource screen capture gif creator - I just used it to create an 8.5MB file from a 16 second video clip, though I'm sure if I tweaked the settings and made it smaller could have saved more space


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On Windows I'd go with AHK. This script will remap Numpad Enter to Ctrl+Numpad Enter only for Illustrator: #NoEnv ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases. #Warn ; Enable warnings to assist with detecting common errors. #SingleInstance force SendMode Input ; Recommended for new scripts due to its superior speed and ...


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Welcome to Stack Exchange! Typically, content about Premiere is better placed in the Video Production Stack Exchange. To answer your question, I'd recommend the easiest way to change the project name is to do a simple File > Save As and type whatever new filename you want for the project. The shortcut is Ctrl + Shift + S.


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Okay, after watching a bunch of physics lesson videos on how to read position-time graphs and lots of testing, I think I've finally understood how these different types of keyframes work. Basically I've been looking at this at the wrong angle. The most obvious benefit of Auto Bezier keyframes are not over Continuous Bezier keyframes, but over Linear ...


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A possible workaround. If you have a CC subscription, you can download and install older versions of the software from the Creative Cloud desktop app. Just enable "Show older apps" in the preferences. Then you can choose "other versions" from the dropdown in the main apps page.


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Depending on your OS, it could be a couple of default system fonts: Windows As per the comments on the OP, that font could render as Segoe UI on newer versions of Windows, but based on your image it's most likely Segoe's predecessor Tahoma: Mac OS Similar to Windows, the most recent Mac OS could use San Francisco, but the interface on my own computer ...


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maybe is this? not sure, but I just tried it to fix mine =^=


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