Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating titles pt. 2, part of Final Cut Pro 6 with Photoshop CS3 Integration.
Then let's go into Photoshop.…So I will mouse-click on the Photoshop shortcut, and here are the flowers, and…by the way these flowers are in or this still image is in the Media folder.…So if you want to bring this image into Photoshop, you can.…The path is the following;…mouse-click on the word File, Open, navigate to the Photoshop Lessons and Media,…going to -- I believe it's Graphics, there we go, and you want to bring in…Flowers, that item right there.…And I have already done it, so I am going to hit Cancel.…
We'll come back to the flowers in just a moment.…I do want to import that image though that we just created from Final Cut.…So I will mouse-click on the word File, select Open, navigate to the Desktop,…actually I am already there, and here we go, SnapShot Export 01, and boom,…there is our still image.…Now again, we are just going to use this as a reference.…We are not going to be using this beyond Photoshop.…So first thing we have to do is resize this, but let's unlock it first.…So navigate over here to the layer of this particular item, which is titled…
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