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- Understanding the video file formats supported in Photoshop
- Controlling playback in the Timeline
- Building a sequence
- Organizing and editing A-roll and B-roll footage
- Adding transitions
- Adjusting volume
- Adding music
- Color balancing a shot
- Adjusting contrast
- Adding a lower-third graphic
- Animating text
- Exporting to H.264 or QuickTime
Skill Level Appropriate for all
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and I'd like to welcome you to this class where we're gonna explore the features of editing video in Adobe Photoshop CS6. We'll start off by taking a look at the Photoshop timeline. Next, we'll start to build a sequence. Once we've built all the pieces, we'll explore correcting color and exposure issues, to make a better, more polished video. Once that's all done, you'll publish the video, to multiple formats for web or multimedia delivery. This kind of seems like coming full circle to me. The first book I ever wrote was a book called Photoshop for Non-Linear Editors.
Which was later renamed, Photoshop For Video. And it was all about using Adobe Photoshop to create graphics for video editing. Well now, Photoshop has video editing built in, and there's a lot of things it does and doesn't do, and we're gonna explore those throughout this class.