Changing the way the Bridge looks is a personal touch everybody can make to streamline their workflow. Changing layout settings in the bridge is actually quite easy and very helpful for customizing for individual needs. In this video tutorial, see the ways that you can change the Bridge's look and feel to suit your work environment and to free up the space necessary to have a comfortable working window. This video also covers the viewing options given to you by the Bridge to allow for quick a...
If you never used Adobe Bridge before, learn the basics of the Bridge now! Bridge has been around since CS2, and is a file brewing and organizing piece of software, designed to streamline your workflow using Adobe applications. This video tutorial is geared toward all you new Bridge users, with the hopes of getting you firmly situated and comfortable with Adobe Bridge, as well as understand some of the basic features it has to offer.
Adobe Bridge -- why should you use it? That is one of the most frequent questions for Adobe Design users. Most don't even know what it is. This entire video explains some of the great reasons why you should actually use the Bridge. By the end of the video, you should be a die-hard Bridge user. Don't use the plain old regular file browser!
Check out these tips on the Adobe Bridge Center. Not only does the Bridge have excellent features for file browsing and file organization, but it also has the central area, consider it the hub, where you will find features that will further streamline your workflow. In this video tutorial, learn how to use the Adobe Bridge Center, which is a default favorite in the Favorites pane.
Here, see some tips on the collections and smart collections in the Adobe Bridge. Bridge has a lot to offer and is a great organization tool. Collections and smart collections are great workflow features available to you. In this video tutorial, learn about organizing your files without messing up your folder structure and automatically bringing files in that you want based on your settings you assign to that collection. Check them out and learn a great new feature of Adobe Bridge CS4.