Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a snapshot effect pt. 1, part of Final Cut Pro 6 with Photoshop CS3 Integration.
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Photoshop combined with Final Cut Pro will allow you to create some very…practical visual effects that you simply would not be able to do in Final Cut…by itself.…So here is a good example in this lesson that I want to teach you that's…actually been used several times on TV over the past couple of years, and I have…used it in a few of my productions as well, but I can tell you, it's a…crowd-pleaser and it's a cool effect.…So let me show you the before and after.…Here is the before of the DV clip that came with the media, if you purchased…the training disc.…This is in the media folder, Snow Boarder.dv clip.…
So I'll just push Play over here, and pretty cool, Snow Boarder getting…some air.…Here is the modified version.…How cool is that, flashed wide, love it.…Now here's another example of that same modified version but with a Lower 3rd.…Very cool effect that I have seen recently, so let me teach you how to do this.…It's very cool.…And the first thing you want to do is select a clip, and again you can use…
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