Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Controlling video playback, part of Lightroom: Working with Video.
…Alright, once you have video files into Lightroom,…it's probably because you wanted to actually review them…and make some decisions on which clips were good…and which clips you wanted to get rid of.…Well, typically that review process involves more than looking at a thumbnail.…Afterall, you can't judge a video file by the first frame.…It's important that you actually watch the clip play back.…So, a long of times, those first frames are pretty ugly.…For example, I find that most of my first shots on the GoPro…are me looking into the camera to make sure that it's actually running.…And then, I get a good shot.…
So, you want to actually play back the clips and decide which clips are good.…I'm going to choose to view all of my video files.…And, here they all are.…Lets cycle our view until we get to a larger…thumbnail, and a little bit less meta data, there we go.…And what I can do is drag across a clip.…You'll note in dragging that you get a quick hover scrub preview.…It gives you some idea of what the contents of the clip contain.…
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- Adding video to a Lightroom catalog
- Controlling video playback
- Isolating stills from video
- Trimming clips
- Adjusting white balance, color, and tone
- Creating custom develop settings
- Building a slideshow
- Adding watermarks to video
- Exporting video files in a professional format
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Importing Video
2. Viewing Video in Lightroom
3. Adjusting the Aesthetics of a Video Clip in the Quick Develop Module
4. Creating Custom Develop Settings
Developing a proxy frame2m 48s
5. Building a Simple Slideshow with Video
6. Exporting Video Files
Final thoughts1m 56s
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