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Correcting Video With Photoshop

Apple Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro offer powerful color-correcting tools for digital video. The trouble is, they are more difficult to use than the tools you’re accustomed to using in Photoshop.

The good news is if you have Photoshop CS3 or CS4 extended, you can open and correct video using adjustment layers, Photoshop filters, masks and other image correction tools you use every day.

Here’s a short video on how to color correct video in Photoshop. One caveat: Preserving the audio track with your video can be difficult when you make corrections through Photoshop. You may want to duplicate the audio track before correcting the video file in PS, then relink the duplicate audio track with the corrected video track in your video-editing software.


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