In this video, learn how to edit video in Photoshop.
- [Instructor] If you have Photoshop as a single product…or you use it in isolation,…video probably doesn't come up on your radar.…But do you know what?…It should.…Because even if you've got full Creative Cloud…with Premiere and After Effects,…there are some things that can be done…in a quick and easy way inside of Photoshop.…Here, I've got a blank Photoshop file, 1080p document,…and I'm going to import some video into it.…
If I go to the file menu,…and I'm gonna come down and choose place linked,…and by the way, I could open it equally from here,…but this is just the way I'm working in this document,…and I'll choose this video footage…of the Palace of Westminster in London,…back in my country.…And I'm going to click on this create video timeline button…in the timeline panel.…Now if you don't have a timeline panel there,…just pop to the window menu,…and you'll find it down towards the bottom.…
And instead says create frame animation,…and you can see here, it's easy to swap.…So click on that, and a video timeline is created.…
- Building templates
- Organizing your layers
- Managing presets
- Sharing assets
- Quick masking for mockups
- Making brushes
- Generating assets for web and UX
- Creating animation and video
- Saving files correctly
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