Work with video clips Photoshop CS6


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Working with video clips

There are several different ways to work with video and audio clips in Photoshop. You can start with a new file and import a new video clip, but I found that the easiest way is to start in Bridge and select the video files that you want to work with in Photoshop, then choose Tools>Photoshop and Load the Files into Photoshop layers. That way Photoshop will create a document that's the same size as the videos. As you can see, the Essentials workspace automatically was updated when I added video files, so that I could see the timeline.

I want to see a little bit more of that. So I am going to position my cursor between the image and the timeline and click-and-drag up. Then I'll use the keyboard shortcut, Cmd+- to zoom out, so that I can see the entire video. As you can see, when you add your video files in this manner they're stacked on top of one another. When, in fact, I want them to play sequentially. So in the Layers panel I'll select all three of the layers by clicking ...

Working with video clips
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Working with video clips provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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