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For those who want to make great videos, but don't have a full-scale video editing application, Photoshop CS4 Extended can save the day. In Photoshop CS4 Extended for Video, Chad Perkins shows how Photoshop can be integrated into a video development process. Chad applies his video production know-how to the software's feature set in order to complete intermediate and advanced video tasks, including working with 3D objects and making slip edits. He also presents a real-world project demonstrating the popular technique of isolating and animating the components of a still image. Exercise files accompany this course.
Finally before we get started, I need to let you know that you have got to have QuickTime installed on your computer. Now this is a not a recommendation from me. This is something that Adobe insists on. It's an installation requirement in order to use the video features in Photoshop CS4 Extended. You need at least QuickTime 7.1 or higher. The good news here is that it's free and it's cross platform, so it works on Windows and Mac. So you can go to quicktime.com or apple.com/quicktime to get here. And what we are talking about it, just as a general rule, I find that whenever you are dealing with video in Adobe applications whether it's Premiere or After Effects or Photoshop, having the latest version of QuickTime usually solves most compatibility problems.
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