Adobe-cs6-training-bundle-e1359239693882-224x183Learning a new piece of software can be a daunting task, especially when that software may be nothing like any program you've used before. Even if you're an expert, getting a well-rounded walk-through of a suite of programs can make you better and more efficient -- and you might even learn a thing or two. For a limited time, you can get a complete set of training videos for the entire Adobe CS6 suite for only $100. Click through to learn more and check out some sample lessons.

Here are just a few of the examples you'll find in the training series. First up are some for Premiere Pro:

Here's one for After Effects:

There are over a thousand lessons contained within the training series, and if you've never used any of the programs before, it's going to take you right from the most basic functions all the way to some of the more advanced capabilities of the suite. As you can see from the above tutorials, it's more than just a training program for amateurs, some of the techniques are pretty advanced. While Jeff Sengstack, the instructor in these courses, is using a PC, the Mac version of the software should be similar enough to follow along.

It seems like you will need to create an account with Udemy to use the courses, but the positive to that is they will be viewable anywhere and on almost any platform, as you can download the Udemy app to watch any of the courses on a mobile device. If you want to get in on the action, it's going to be $100, but this deal is only going to last for the next 12 days, and after that, it goes back to its regular pricing.

StackSocial also has a great deal going where for the next 4 days they are offering a bundle of 8 free Mac apps including IconBox 2, Ondesoft Screen Capture for Mac, VidConvert, Image Smith, Wallpaper Wizard, ClipBuddy, Type Fu, and Sweetie. Some of them are already inexpensive programs as it is, but free is free, so if you can utilize any of them, be sure to head on over to StackSocial.

Do you have any tutorials for CS6 that you can recommend? Have you used any of the free apps above? Let us know in the comments.