Meet the Photoshop Timeline: Overview of the Timeline Panel


show more An overview of the Timeline panel provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Editing Video in Photoshop CS6 show less
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An overview of the Timeline panel

If you're going to work with video inside of Adobe Photoshop, you're going to need take control of the Timeline panel. Let's go ahead and open up an existing project to explore some of the basic features. I'll choose File > Open, and I'm just going to navigate to a lesson file. Now a Photoshop timeline is just a standard Photoshop document, and because the video files are linked to, rather than embedded, it's a relatively tiny file. The Timeline panel opens and this used to be called an Animation panel in earlier versions of Photoshop.

So if you don't see the panel, just go under the Window menu and call up Timeline, and that will bring it up. Another way of accessing that is to choose the Motion workspace and then simply reset it, so all the default panels come into play. If you want to move through the timeline, you'll just drag the playhead. Now earlier versions call this the current-time indicator, but it is now referred to as the playhead...

An overview of the Timeline panel
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An overview of the Timeline panel 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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Video
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Photoshop
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