Basics of Photoshop CS6 Video editing

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28 thoughts on “Basics of Photoshop CS6 Video editing

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    I am completely at a loss to understand what version of CS6 you are employing. As with a few other videos I have viewed describing importing and editing video in CS6, your workspace does not look like mine. Your workspace shows a "3D" drop down, in the top menu bar, whereas mine has no such feature. Your timeline has an "add media" feature, which mine does not. When, as other videos suggest, you claim that videos can also be placed in the workspace via drag-and-drop directly from the file's location, this does not work with my version of CS6. Rather, I receive an error message, "could not complete your request because it is not the right kind of document." Ergo, either you are using something other than CS6 or my version (yes, a licensed copy) is defective. Perhaps you could address this, since I cannot locate an explanation, anywhere else? Thank you!

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    No no no I think this would only come in handy (at least how I see it) for those tricky shots that people might prefer to edit in Photoshop frame by frame instead of after effects. Maybe basic editing could come in handy, but use final cut, premiere, or sony vegas for that. After effects isn't for editing really, it's for effects, and Photoshop can now be very helpful for that as well

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    Adobe After Effects dominates the movie editing market followed by Sony Vegas
    How close would you compare the integrated Video editing took in CS6 to the above or is it similar to Windows Movie editor with a few extra functions of Photoshop thrown in?

    IE: is it a basic movie editor or does it have support for Chroma Keying, Movement tracking, cookie cutting etc

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    There are a lot of things that I would love to do in a IMAGE editor before to a mediocre video editing tool

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    whats the point of stupid half assed animation layers in photoshop if they arent going to really take it somewhere eventually!!!

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    yes but hopefully they revamp it so its not destructive. After effects sucks. they havent really changed the user interface in 15 years. Meanwhile other programs like NUKE actually have NORMAL 3D interface like any other program. Even synth eyes has a real 3d interface…

    I feel like Adobe just keeps polishing a turd with each new version of after effects.

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    Really great video, thanks for taking the time to do this. BUT, since you take so much time putting this together, please consider making this at least 720p, 1080 would be even better! It's difficult to make out details (especially since my eyes are going).

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    Years?! A quick search shows that in 6 days time it will be precisely 2 years since CS5 was released! I'm currently running CS4 Extended with ACR 5.0.0.178, launched on 15th October 2008. There is no native support for my Canon EOS 600D, which wasn't launched until 7th February 2011. Instead I use the DNG Converter. Any advice (apart from throwing more money at it)?

  • September 6, 2021 at 17:06
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    I noticed a lot of CR2 files in your collection (and no DNG files). So does PS6 include native support for Canon Raw files?

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