Work with multiple clips Photoshop CS6


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Working with multiple clips

Now that we know a little bit about working with video in Photoshop, what I want to do is dig deeper. Here we're going to take a look at how we can work with two or more clips and how we can bring those together inside of Photoshop, because typically that's a real-world scenario, right? We very rarely have one clip. Rather, we're interested in stitching or editing together multiple clips. We'll be working with these two files here. Yet, before we began that project, I want to point something out. If we go back to our last project, you'll notice that the video file, well, it's about 70 Megs, and if you click on the Photoshop file where we did our editing, this one's only about 10 Megs. That's because this file doesn't contain the video file, rather it's a linked to that file.

Therefore, you want to save these files in the same location as the main video file. That's really important. And I neglected to point that out, so I just wanted to highlight ...

Working with multiple clips
Video duration: 4m 41s 3h 33m Intermediate Updated Dec 11, 2012

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Working with multiple clips provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers New Features

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Photography Video
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Photoshop
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