Creating & Editing Video in Photoshop
with Dave Cross
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02 Making a Slide Show11:42
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About The Class
make videos in photoshop®.
Adobe Photoshop® can do more than simply retouch and edit still images. Join Dave Cross to learn about using Adobe Photoshop to create compelling videos that combine still and moving images.
You’ll learn how to use the Photoshop skills you already have to create videos to share with friends and family, provide to your clients, or even promote your business. Dave will cover making slide shows with movement and music, adjusting videos, blending together video, photo, and audio, and much more. You’ll leave this course ready to use Adobe Photoshop in a new, creative way.
Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CC 2014.2.2
Transitioning From Layers to the Timeline
The nice thing about editing videos in Photoshop is that you build on the skills you already have.05:50
Making a Slide Show11:42
Making a Cinemagraph08:49
Adding Video Clips04:25
Applying Filters to Video14:18
Adding Moving Text with Still Images06:10
Video Editing Workflow in Photoshop26:26
For 25 years, Dave Cross has been helping photographers and creative professionals get the most out of their Adobe software. Since 1987, Dave has taught Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe InDesign® to thousands of users around the world. He has a Bachelor of ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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For years I have observe that video thing at the bottom of my CS6 program. What would you do with it. Nor could I do anything with it. I saw this course offered at Create-live. WOW, what a wonderful course. It sure helped me with the basic uses of this part of adobe photo CS6. Thanks
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