Now, let's, take a look at how to export your video really quickly, so so you're finished for their video. You have, of course, saved as a photo shop document because you're all your layers, you're gonna be intact and that what you can go back and continue to edit them later if you want tio okay, so after you've saved your photo shopped document, you're ready to package and compress all this into a single video file, then you're going to choose the file command export render video here's where you can give your video name, you can select the folder into what you want you're finished file to be saved in, and you're probably going to leave this menu set. Tio adobe inn meet adobe media encoder because that's, the encoding method that's going to create an actual video file, this photoshopped image sequence will create siri's of images. Okay, so we'll leave that set to adobe media encoder from the format poppet mini just need to figure out what kind of file top you want to create d p x h tw...
o six four will create an mp for file in quick time, which is probably what you use most often will create a dot m ovi file that's what I upload tio youtube dot movie files, so you'll probably be using quick time most the time when you choose quick time you get a few different presets down here you can choose what quality you want for the animation if you're just doing a test to see how it's going to look maybe a cop you might do medium quality if your video is rather long else it will take photo shop a long time to render that out he might want to render a test video at medium quality instead of super duper high quality document size this will leave the video at the exact orender the video the exact same size that we created our photo shop document if you want to decrease that let's say uh you created a twelve eighty by seven twenty pixel video to show on your you know show on your own screen homer what having you want to export this to the web you don't want to upload a video that big so you might type in o three forty you know by two sixty or what have you so you can type in any number that you want you do just want to try to keep the aspect ratio the same or like we said earlier you might get some cropping on the sides if you change the shape through changing the size of it you can change the frame right here have your video and if you want tio export a range of frames let's say you have created quite a long video and you only want to export the first thirty seconds of that their first thirty frames then you can set that right here you can think of this orender range is the same option that you get in a print dialog box you know when you've got a fifty page document the only one of print pages one through five it's the exact same concept here you can tell a funny shot exactly which frames you want to render out and that will save you a lot of time if you're just testing one segment of your video and that's all there is to it quickly you simply click the render button photoshopped thinks about it and it will create a quick time maybe or whatever format that you've picked from that file and then you can take that file and uploaded to the internet take it to your cable tv network so you can have fame and fortune and so on and so forth so that is anything from the shop in video wait wow I think we've got a job here in the audience has a question yeah, I'm I'm just curious is this his thing as random when you when the picture that you have selected to run in a video who have seen this in and picture frames that he'd do a random viewing so he doesn't come in the right sequence I'm not sure in the question doesn't do doesn't do it random randomly so randomly like it would it would shoot it to soothe photo randomly not in that concert in order oh sure you talking about when we were adding the pans eames and all that to the stills are you talking about changing the order of the images no when you run it like you save it I guess it goes in the right order that you save it I guess that you've said it I think I think I think joe's asking if you can has said it so that it'll do random like pans and zooms yeah but you have fish click each clip even though it's not a video clip it's a still image but over here in the timeline panel when you bring them into a video document it treats them as clips even though they're not you have to click that little mini on each clip so I don't know the command that would let you bring in a slew of images click to activate all of them list is control slick and see what happens looks like you can bring up that many let's see if it changes all of them to paint and zoom pan is in no it didn't change all of them so I don't know of a way to assign a random motion teo each individual image clip any other questions which step some folks I asked him I think you need to just turn with this but um so, it's. One use of this would be to export this teo. Other video programs, perhaps, like anything that you do here and photo shop. You can then take into export and put into final cut pro or after effects or anything like that. I don't even think you exported. I think he would just open the photo shop, document up in those programs, okay, because those programs can read photoshopped documents, cool, so you don't export it. In that case, you simply open the photo shop document. I believe all those programs can see all of your layers, and he can continue tio enemy and certainly deem way more complex animations and
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