After trimming the in and out points of a clip, you may need to display a different area of the clip, while changing neither the location of the clip on the timeline nor the duration of the clip.. To do this, Option + Command -drag (MAC) | Alt + Control -drag within the thumbnail area of the clip on the timeline.
To see this in action, here is a video from Meredith Payne Stotzner at Adobe.
Photoshop makes it really easy to take a sequence of images and make a video, creating what is typically known as a time-lapse video. Check it out in my free tutorial (Creating a time-lapse video in Photoshop), from lynda.com
Did you know that you can not only reposition but also transform images over time? In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne demonstrates how easy it is using the power of Smart Objects in Photoshop.
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Photoshop CC has added various resolutions to playback video. The default is 50% and other options are 25% and 100%. Setting a lower resolution can increase playback performance when working with high resolution video (in previous versions, Photoshop auto-dropped the resolution for faster playback). To select the playback resolution, click the gear icon in the Timeline panel. Note: the Loop Playback check box also appears in the gear menu.
In this video tutorial (Top 10 Hidden Gems in Lightroom 5), you’ll learn the additional, seldom talked about, features in Lightroom 5 that can make a huge difference in the way that you work with your images.
Did you know that you can not only reposition but also transform images over time? In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne demonstrates how easy it is using the power of Smart Objects in Photoshop CS6.
In order to move more than one video clip at a time, select all of the desired layers in the Layers or Timeline panel. Then, in the Timeline panel, drag to reposition all clips. You can select clips from within a Video Group, across different Video Groups and/or any other layers in the document and move them – as long as the location that you’re trying to move them to doesn’t have other content (videos, stills etc.).
Note: To select multiple layers, Command (Mac) | Control (Win) -click the desired layers, or Shift -click to select a range of contiguous layers.