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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.
Importing Photoshop Files in Premiere Pro CS6 Won’t Give You FCP7 Headaches
In yet another user requested episode, Colin takes you back to 1994 and shows you all the things your missing if you’ve been flattening, and rasterizing your complex Photoshop layers just to get them to work in FinaCut Pro 7. You might be amazed to see that lots has changed since 1994, including Layer Styles that instantly update and give you complete creative freedom!
Show: Photoshop Hidden Gems
Create unique textures with your fingertips using Adobe Eazel, one of several Photoshop companion apps for the iPad. New connectivity lets you send the design from your tablet directly to Photoshop CS5 on your desktop or laptop computer. Apply the texture to another image and refine with layer styles and blend modes to get just the look you want.
Work Natively with PSD files in Premiere Pro
Show: Short and Suite
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine will reveal the native import options when working with Adobe Photoshop files (PSD) in Premiere Pro CS5.5. Bring in individual layers, merge your layers together, or create sequences, all the while maintaining transparency, layer styles, animation, even layer sets!