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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.
Now before we just go ahead and jump into the training, I want to answer the question, is this title for you?, so you know what you are looking for. Just to be clear, this title will not be an introduction to Photoshop. So if you are brand new to the world of Photoshop, this title may have some parts in it that are little overwhelming for you. So if you are not used to applying adjustments or painting or cloning, that type of thing, you may have a little bit of trouble keeping up. This is however a great title for those that are beginners in video.
If you have a great Photoshop experience, but you have no idea about how to get started in video this title is perfect for you. And it's also great for those of you that are experienced video users and just not acquainted with how video works in Photoshop. There are a lot of amazing video features that Photoshop has that are very unique. Things like stacks that allow you to remove objects from background of a photograph or a piece of video. We'll talk about animating layer and vector masks, we'll talk about video features in Bridge, a lot of great things to talk about whether you are brand new in video or whether you have a lot of experience.
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