Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Splitting video clips, part of Design the Web: Video Graphics and Animation.
So now we're going to making some edits to this video. In the lower portion of the timeline…panel, we have a scale down here. As we move this scale up and down this will change how…much of the timeline you can see and what increments these little labels will show up in.…So here we can see we have 2, 4, 6, these are frames, if we move this down, we'll see things…here in terms of seconds.…Now Photoshop is making this determination based on the source video.…If we come over here to the flyout menu and come down to Set Timeline Frame Rate, you can change…the frame rate here.…
So right now we're looking at 24 frames per second. Let's click OK. So if I go between…2 seconds and 3 seconds here, there's 24 frames, and we can see in the lower left hand part…of the Timeline panel we're currently sitting on 2 seconds and 1 frame.…And as I move these back and forth you can see individual frames inside of the Photoshop Timeline panel.…So what we're going to do here is make an edit.…So let's move this up a little bit. Let's scrub the timeline out. I want to find about…
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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