Photoshop: Editing Video and Creating Slideshows [Complete with Exercise Files]

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Photoshop: Editing Video and Creating Slideshows Complete with Exercise Files


Duration: 3h 2m | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44kHz, 2 Ch | 8.58 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Level: Intermediate

If Photoshop is the center of your creative world, it's a good choice when you need to edit video. In this course, Rich Harrington reveals how the powerful image-editing tools in Photoshop CC translate to video and shows how to transform a selection of clips into a polished movie. He walks through a real-world project from start to finish, illustrating the basic technical skills that will help you edit raw clips into cohesive stories. Learn how to import and organize footage, build sequences in the Timeline, fix color and exposure issues, add overlays and transitions, adjust volume, and publish your finished project in the right formats for web and social media. Plus, find out how to create animated slideshows from still images using a similar Timeline-based workflow.

Topics include

Video formats supported in Photoshop
Organizing media
Controlling playback in the Photoshop Timeline
Organizing assets
Building a sequence
Adding transitions and effects
Working with audio
Fixing exposure
Color balancing a shot
Adjusting contrast
Adding text and graphics
Building a slideshow
Exporting to H.264, QuickTime, and DPX

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