Edit Videos in Photoshop CS6: Intro to the Motion Workspace


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Exploring the Motion workspace

For a long time Adobe Photoshop has offered workspaces. These are essentially saved configurations of panels; the ability to quickly switch between one layout to another. Photoshop CS6 includes one specifically for Motion, and I highly recommend you use it when editing video. To switch to the workspace, you could choose Window > Workspace. You'll also find a shortcut menu up here in the Options bar, and you can switch on over to Motion. If it doesn't match what you see on screen here, be sure to choose Reset Motion to put everything back to the default arrangement.

While doing this, this is going to give you access to the key elements you're going to need. For example, we have our timeline, we have our Layers panel where our video groups will be organized, and the ability to access nondestructive adjustments. Throughout the process, you can switch between other workspaces, such as Typography when using text, or back to Photography when doing color. I'm just ...

Exploring the Motion workspace
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Exploring the Motion workspace provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Editing Video in Photoshop CS6

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