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Walk through a video project
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
What might come as a surprise to long-time Photoshop users is that Photoshop has animation and video editing features. In this video, Adobe certified Photoshop expert and InfiniteSkills.com author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates the range of animation and video editing features available in Photoshop. He shows how to arrange video clips on a timeline, add transitions, create picture-in-picture layouts, place titles and graphics on video clips, put graphics in motion in a video project and add and adjust audio. In addition, he shows that you can use other Photoshop features like layer styles in video projects. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Add a transition between 2 clips
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CS6
Technically, even a straight cut is a transition, but for video editing, we usually think of a transition as a special effect than blends one image into another. This lesson shows you how to add, adjust, and remove special transition effects.
The new Adobe Premiere Elements 11 user interface
Take a tour of the new, modern interface in Adobe Premiere Elements 11. See where to find key tools and options in the three-column Organizer, learn your way around Quick and Expert editing workspaces, and see how to add transitions, effects, and other enhancements to your movies. Finally, learn how to share your finished movies to disc, YouTube™, Vimeo, and more.
DSLR Video Editing for Photographers - Pt. 2
In Part 2 of this multi-part series, Jason Levine will cover the most common editing functions of Premiere Pro CS5, including the ability to set defaults for image and transition durations, adding transitions between clips & images (like cross-dissolves, dip-to-black and more), basic scaling/resizing, rippling, and cutting.
GS-05: Adding transitions between pages and states
Show: Learn Flash Catalyst CS5
In this movie, learn about the unique interaction-based Timeline in Flash Catalyst and how to create transitions that animate or move between two states of a design.