Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Rendering video from Photoshop, part of Design the Web: Video Graphics and Animation.
Now with our video editing complete. From within Photoshop we have two ways to access the Render Video panel.…The first option is this button here in the lower left hand corner of the Timeline panel.…Or we can go up to the File menu, choose Export, and then Render Video.…From this dialog box at the top, under Location, we'll just choose the Desktop.…Next we'll choose whether we want to use the Adobe Media Encoder or a Photoshop Image Sequence.…You might choose an Image Sequence if you want to have a series of frames that you want…to bring into another animation program, but we're going to use the Adobe Media Encoder.…
Under Format we're going to choose H.264. This is the most common video format on the…web, and this is also used in digital magazines, interactive PDFs, ePubs, iBooks, and even viewing on mobile devices.…DPX, this is the Digital Picture Exchange. This is most commonly used by digital effects…artists, and then QuickTime, which is very popular in other authoring environments.…
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- Getting video into Photoshop
- Splitting video clips
- Moving and transitioning video
- Animating artwork
- Adding text to video
- Rendering video with Photoshop