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Learn how to create stunning visual effects and motion graphics for your video projects using a tool you already know and love: Adobe Photoshop. Seán Duggan teaches you how to add motion and life to type, create virtual locations with compositing, adjust the lighting of your scenes, and creatively transition from one clip to another. Along the way, you'll learn how to use the editing features in the Timeline panel, combine multiple clips using layers and masks, composite type and graphics, and animate with keyframes. You'll also get tips for shooting video specifically with compositing in mind.
Hi, I'm Sean Duggan and welcome to Creative Video Compositing with Photoshop. In this course we'll explore using Adobe Photoshop to create composites and motion graphics effects that you can use in your video projects. I'll start with an overview of how video layers are not that different from regular layers in Photoshop, and then introduce you to the video editing features in the timeline panel. From there, we'll move on to making a simple composite that combines multiple video clips using layer masks.
We'll explore compositing with type and graphic elements, and use keyframe animation techniques to add movement and transformation to your layers. We'll also create stylistic effects for the title sequence of a fictional mystery series, and use layer masks and blending modes to make intricate composites that can be turned into virtual locations. This course is designed for those who are already familiar with essential Photoshop skills such as layers, layer masks, and blending modes, and want to use those techniques to create composites for video projects. Now let's get started with Creative Video Composting with Photoshop.
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