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Learn to edit video and add custom graphics and animations to your projects— all with Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended! Author Chris Converse starts with the powerful new video editing tools in Photoshop CS6, which allow you to design and brand videos for your interactive and online projects. Once editing is complete, discover how to render the video as an MP4 file that can be uploaded to a favorite video website, incorporated into your own site, or embedded in an iBook, interactive PDF, or digital magazine.
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(music playing) Hi! This is Chris Converse and this is a course on adding graphics and animation to a video. We're going to be taking artwork form another Photoshop file, wrapping the elements in smart objects and creating an animation at the beginning of a video. We're also going to be taking the video and cutting it up in pieces to remove frames that we don't want, and customizing the branding and the experience of the video. And when we're done we'll have a branded video that we can use in other interactive projects including websites, digital magazines, PDF, ePubs and iBooks.
So I hope this course sounds interesting to you and if so, let's get started.
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