Processing Video with Photoshop CS6, with RC Concepcion

RC Concepcion shows viewers the video-editing capabilities of Photoshop CS6 by taking them through a short video project.

RC Concepcion shows viewers the video-editing capabilities of Photoshop CS6 by taking them through a short video project. RC takes it from start to finish. Beginning with importing video clips into Photoshop, then editing those clips, adding audio, graphic overlays and text, music, and finally, exporting the final project. Photoshop CS6 has expanded the tool set and opened up all kinds of possibilities for Photoshop users.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:15)

Lesson 2: Creating a New Video Project (Duration 04:36)

Lesson 3: Adding Videos (Duration 03:22)

Lesson 4: Trimming Video (Duration 08:09)

Lesson 5: Adding Images (Duration 06:16)

Lesson 6: Speed, Duration, and Audio (Duration 03:43)

Lesson 7: Image Motion (Duration 04:13)

Lesson 8: Using Adjustment Layers on Video (Duration 04:47)

Lesson 9: Transitions (Duration 05:55)

Lesson 10: Overlay Text and Graphics (Duration 05:03)

Lesson 11: Adding Music (Duration 10:15)

Lesson 12: Creating a Slideshow (Duration 05:23)

Lesson 13: Fading Credits (Duration 06:55)

Lesson 14: Adding a VoiceOver (Duration 07:31)

Lesson 15: Mixing Audio (Duration 14:15)

Lesson 16: The Final Project (Duration 03:46)

Lesson 17: Conclusion (Duration 01:09)

Meet Your Instructor: RC Concepcion

RC is an education and curriculum developer and a “Photoshop Guy” for KelbyOne. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has 10+ years in the I.T. and…

1 Comment

  1. Ok... I've seen this class and I enjoyed it completely but I do have one question or possibly a curiosity. Can I use Photoshop filters on a video layer? Such as using Camera Raw to adjust your video like I can on photos. It would be really nice if this is possible for the entire video clip. As it stand right now, I can use this for a single frame of video but not the whole clip. Is this true or am I doing something wrong?

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