Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring quality-based presets, part of Photoshop CS6: Editing Video.
An easy way to think about rendering is to approach it with the quality basis. When you …choose to render, you have several options that are based upon the simple methodology …of high, medium, and low. …This allows you to take the standard quality and then apply a simple adaptation to it to …generate a new file. This is the most basic type of rendering, although it does work well …in many cases. To access quality methods, just choose File > Export > Render Video.…
As before, you should choose where you want to store the image. I'll select the folder …here on my Desktop and choose OK. I'll also store the version here in a new folder called …Exports, to make it easier to keep my files organized. …I recommend that you name the file with the quality method that you choose. Down below …you'll find several different presets. Remember, H.264 and QuickTime are both image formats …that will have audio and video in one file. We'll explore both in greater depth in just a moment.…
Inside of the Preset here, you'll find that the first choices are High, Medium and Low. …
- 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 Intermediate
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
Premiere Pro: Color Correction and Enhancementwith Jeff Sengstack5h 6m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready for Editing Video in Photoshop
2. Meet the Photoshop Timeline
Enabling timeline shortcuts1m 57s
3. Building a Sequence
4. Working with Audio
Adjusting volume in clips3m 15s
5. Controlling Adjustment Layers
6. Working with Text and Graphics
7. Publishing Video
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