Learn to edit video clips from your DSLR or point and shoot camera into a finished movie. Include titles, transitions, and audio. Color correct video with the tools you know in Photoshop.

How to edit video in Photoshop

  1. In Photoshop, start by choosing Motion option and make sure the Timeline tab shows at the bottom.
  2. You can arrange the order of the video clips by dragging them in the timeline.
  3. Simply drag the pointer to where you want a clip to start and end.
  4. Add transitions and fades by clicking the Transitions icon. Choose Cross Fade and drag it between the two clips to transition from one video to another.
  5. To add audio clips, click the Audio Track icon.
  6. To add a text in your video, use the Text tool. Drag the text layer above the video group if you want the text to appear above the video clip.

Contributor: Curt Fukuda

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