Learn to Export a DPX Video Sequence in Photoshop


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Exporting a DPX sequence

There is one more type of export setting and that is DPX for Digital Picture Exchange. This is a very common format used in high-end workflows for feature film. The ability to generate a DPX sequence directly out of Photoshop means that you can use Photoshop's video features on high-end projects, such as feature films or special effects. If you need to work with individual clips and touch them up, or generate animations using some of Photoshop Extended 3D features, you can easily render a high-quality DPX sequence.

To create the DPX file simply choose File > Export > Render Video. Within the Format option choose DPX. At this point, the only real preset you have is the size. You'll see that there is a lot of options here, including the ability to go to maximum bit depth. So if you've mixed in graphics or other formats that go beyond 8-bits per channel, you can actually bump this up. Notice here too, that you can choose a wide range of color profiles. We can e...

Exporting a DPX sequence
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Exporting a DPX sequence 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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