Photoshop Playbook: Masking Video for Special Effects

Photoshop Playbook: Masking Video for Special Effects

Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist Julieanne Kost shows how to make your videos more dynamic in this episode of the Photoshop Playbook.

Get Photoshop CC: http://adobe.ly/10ekpOA

Follow Photoshop:
https://www.facebook.com/Photoshop

https://plus.google.com/+Photoshop

34 replies
  1. Raymond St Paul
    Raymond St Paul says:

    Hello I need your help in video I want to do.  I REALLY NEED YOUR HELP!  I want to insert a photo into the video an have people strolling in front an behind the photo.  You show how to make parts of the video, but I can’t figure out how to do that with a moving part of the video to have people strolling.  Can you please provide a step by step approach how to do this?  I’m looking at your video but I can’t figure out how to do that process.  I tried looking at the video MAKE AN ANIMATED GIF IN PHOTOSHOP USING CELL PHONE VIDEOS so I could figure out how to do that process but I seem to be lost.  Am getting frustrated need someone to explain it to me other than just the text or only parts of the video as you explain in your video.  I see only the water in one spot you made a mask?  How would I apply that to a person moving in front an back of a photo or object?  I know you are busy an I’m asking a lot believe I’ve been searching the internet trying to figure it out myself but truly stumped.  I use Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended.  Please reply soonest with an explanation.

    Reply
  2. Carlos Restrepo
    Carlos Restrepo says:

    Nice Tutorial
    Is there a way to remove dust spots in Video
    Looking for a work around to solve this issue
    Appreciate Help

    Reply
  3. Raymond St Paul
    Raymond St Paul says:

    Hello I’ve also got another problem how do I download a video into Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended as you did in your video?  I can’t seem to be able to do that I keep getting the error message ‘COULD NOT COMPLETE REQUEST BECAUSE DYNAMIC LINK IS NOT AVAILABLE?"  I then tried that Bridge thingy selection but I still get an error message even using that, but photos I’ve no problem loading.  How do I correct the error so I can download videos into my software.  Does Adobe have a separate software for this particular error?  This seems to only affect my Photoshop I thought you’d not be required to have cloud to use this version of photoshop without internet access?  What do I do?  I even retried to install my software but it seems to still have this problem? 

    Reply
  4. CodysDesigns
    CodysDesigns says:

    Honestly, Photoshop shouldn’t have video. It was meant for pictures/images, that’s why Adobe has After Effects, if I want to video edit, I would just get that. Pretty cool tutorial though.

    Reply
  5. Chris Haight
    Chris Haight says:

    I have photoshop CS6. I don’t have the ‘create video timeline’ or a filmstrip icon…. is my photoshop too old for it?

    Reply
  6. Alan Brunettin
    Alan Brunettin says:

    I love this tip. I can see all sorts of applications for it. The only fault I find is that she doesn’t tell us how to save it. I created my own vid and it worked like a charm but when I went to save it there was no video format to save it as.

    Reply
  7. Gandalf Herbmaster
    Gandalf Herbmaster says:

    Photoshop having video is perfect for photo journalists that publish to web without need for the excess from After Effects or Premiere. I dunno what that guy was talking about. I think Photoshop CS6 will last me hopefully few to several years, really don’t like the idea of CC.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *