Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Designing for center-cut HD broadcasts in Photoshop, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Technology.
- While we've talked about redesigning the title safe…and action safe guides for working with modern HD formats,…sometimes the HD world and the…standard definition world collide.…People will try to to design so that…the signal will work in both cases.…This is not that common of a work flow…and you'll sometimes see guides within the NLE as well,…but let's take a look at how we could tweak this.…I've got the actions safe guides…that were previously created.…In this case, this particular graphic is designed…with the standards by sympty used more…for North America and Japan.…
What I'd like to do is put a center cut HD into this.…I'll check the image size, here, for this particular image.…I see that it's 1920 by 1080.…That works well.…Let's make a new document and I'm going to stick with…the film and video presets, here,…and I'll design for standard and TSC D1 and click okay.…This is a standard definition signal.…Under the actions panel, I still have those video actions…loaded from before.…
Remember, you can load these from the pop up menu,…
- When to use vector vs. raster graphics
- Working with high-dynamic-range images
- Choosing the right color space
- Understanding file extensions and file formats
- Maintaining broadcast-safe color and luminance levels
- Configuring Photoshop and Illustrator workspaces and preferences
- Using templates
- Building titles
- Sizing photos or logos
- Saving Photoshop and Illustrator files for video graphics
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1. Core Technology for Video Graphics
2. Broadcast-Safe Issues
3. Setting Up Photoshop for a Video Workflow
4. Setting Up Illustrator for a Video Workflow
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