I don’t use Photoshop – haven’t since college, but I was excited to hear that they’re catching up to the video craze. Now with with Photoshop CS6 you can edit videos as well.
The new Timeline panel allows you to arrange clips, apply transitions and add Photoshop effects, borrowing a bit (I suppose) from Adobe Premiere.
Here’s how to get started with video editing in Photoshop CS6:
1.Create a new document.
2.Choose “film and video” from the presets and click OK. This will create your canvas.
3.Add the video you want to edit to the canvas by selecting the file or by using drag and drop. This will create a Video Layer in the layers panel.
4.Click on Create a Video Timeline, which will bring up the Timeline panel. Now you can edit!
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