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Create an animated fly-in with a Photoshop file
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Both After Effects and Premiere Pro support native Photoshop files. You can import a PSD file and access individual layers for selective animation and effects work. This lesson shows you how easy it is to create a complex animation from a single graphics composition.
How to use Photoshop CC to Automatically Generate Web Graphics
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows off the NEW Adobe Photoshop CC (14.1) Generator, which allows you to automatically create web graphics from your layered Photoshop Files. You can even generate an Edge Reflow project for responsive web design.
Adobe Photoshop: Designing for Screens
Learn how to make your Adobe Photoshop files developer-friendly. Justin Seeley, staff author at lynda.com, will walk through a real-world website comp design for a client and then take you through that comp design process using Photoshop. We'll explore the entire Photoshop to HTML workflow. During this session, you'll learn how to:• Build a document for web vs. print• Take responsive design into consideration• Build wireframe mockups using shape layers• Integrate Photoshop artwork into apps like Adobe Muse and Dreamweaver
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!
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!