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1 Getting to Know the WorkFlow
2 Creating a Basic Animation Using Effects and Presets
3 Animating Text
4 Working with Shape Layers
5 Animating a Multimedia Presentation
6 Animating Layers
7 Working with Masks
8 Distorting Objects with the Puppet Tools
9 Using the Roto Brush Tool
10 Performing Color Correction
12 Working with the 3D camera tracker
13 Advanced Editing Techniques
14 Rendering and Outputting
The note on page 326 should read: Scaling a video layer up degrades the image. A good rule of thumb is to not increase the layer larger than 15% of the original source.