Editing videos in the Timeline panel


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Editing videos in the Timeline panel

One of the more remarkable new features inside Photoshop CS6 is the ability to edit video. Now, this may seem like a really weird decision on Adobe's part to put video editing inside Photoshop, but when you consider the sheer number of photographers out there armed with the DSLR cameras that shoot video, it makes a fair amount of sense. Plus there's a lot of power going on because you can add text, you can add adjustment layers, all the stuff that you can add inside Photoshop works in video as well.

In this movie I'm going to give you just a sense of how this powerful feature works. I'm working inside a file called Elements timeline.psd found inside the Exercise Files folder. If you open that file you'll be greeted by this enormous dialog box that's telling you that you have missing media. That's not actually true; the media files are there. Problem is that these movies are linked and Photoshop insists on the absolute path names. So, there's no ways it's ...

Editing videos in the Timeline panel
Video duration: 10m 16s 3h 20m Appropriate for all Updated Jan 15, 2013

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Editing videos in the Timeline panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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