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Photoshop for video

Author: Richard Harrington
Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Peachpit, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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With This Fully Updated Fourth Edition of the popular guide for video professionals, master the skills you need to create graphics for use in television, video, and Internet productions. Follow along as video and Photoshop expert Richard Harrington takes you through essential techniques for designing with layers and layer effects, applying filters, working with logos and 3D objects, using actions and scripts,
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Harrington
ISBN: 9780321703552 0321703553
OCLC Number: 651882793
Notes: Accompanied by a DVD-ROM in pocket at back of book.
3rd edition published by Elsevier/Focal Press in 2007.
Description: xix, 338 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Make It Happen --
Reality Check --
Setting Up Photoshop --
Changing Preferences --
Choosing Keyboard Shortcuts --
Video's Unique Requirements --
ch. 2 Pixels: Time for Tech --
A Pixel by Any Other Name --
Raster Images --
Vector Graphics --
Display Resolution --
Image Resolution --
Pixels per Inch (ppi) --
Dots per Inch (dpi) --
Lines per Inch (Ipi) --
Samples per Inch (spi) --
Print Resolution --
Web Resolution --
Bit Depth --
8.Bits/Channel --
16.Bits/Channel --
32.Bits/Channel --
Computer and Video Issues --
Nonsquare Pixels --
Pixel Aspect Ratio --
Interlaced Displays --
Anti-aliasing --
Color Space --
Luminance --
Contrast and Broadcast-Safe Color --
Working with Digital Cameras --
Opting for Raw Files --
Importing Digital Photos --
Managing Digital Photos --
Working with Scanners --
Resizing an Image for Video --
The Image Size Command --
The Canvas Size Command --
The Crop Tool --
Final Advice --
ch. 3 Why Layers? Note continued: What Are Layers? --
Graphic Layers --
Text Layers --
Video Layers --
3D Layers --
Fill Layers --
Smart Objects --
How Layers Work; Understanding Composite Images --
Working with the Layers Panel --
Organizing Layers --
Linking --
Aligning and Distributing --
Locking --
Merging --
Using a Clipping Mask --
Color-coding --
Grouping Layers --
Storing Alternate Designs with Layer Comps --
Creating Layer Comps --
Updating Layer Comps --
Using Layer Comps --
Blend Modes --
Exploring Blend Modes --
Blend Modes Illustrated --
Blend Modes Across Applications --
Exporting Layers to Video Applications --
Saving a Flattened Copy for Your NLE System --
Exporting with Layers for Animation --
Rendering Video Layers --
ch. 4 What About Transparency? --
Essential Terminology --
Creating Selections --
Marquee Tools --
Lasso Tools --
Magic Wand Tool --
Quick Selection Tool --
Pen Tool --
Color Range Command --
Refining Selections --
Refining Basic Selections Note continued: Refine Edge Command --
Quick Mask Mode --
Extracting Images --
Layer Masking --
Saving Selections as Paths --
Working with Channels --
Converting a Channel into a Mask --
Converting Multiple Channels into a Mask with Calculations --
Creating Alpha Channels --
Creating a "Perfect" Alpha Channel --
Premultiplied vs. Straight Alpha Channels --
Combining Alpha Channels --
ch. 5 Typography for Video --
Typographic Essentials --
Vector Type --
Selecting the Right Font --
Video Type Details --
Title Safe Area --
Anti-aliased Text --
Type on Pattern --
Controlling Type --
Using the Options Bar --
Using the Character Panel --
Using the Paragraph Panel --
Checking Spelling --
Special Typographic Effects --
Layer Styles --
Free Transform Tool --
Warped Text --
Text on a Path --
3D Typography Essentials --
Creating a Repousse Effect --
Extruding and Inflating --
Transforming --
ch. 6 Logos and 3D Objects --
Acquiring Logo Files --
File Formats Note continued: Design Ideas for Logo Files --
Reflections --
Fake 3D Edge --
Fill with a Pattern --
Distressed Type or Logo in Photoshop --
Lightblast --
Cast Shadows --
Glass Bug --
Using 3D Layers --
3D File Formats --
Using 3D Objects in Designs --
Editing 3D Textures and Lights --
Controlling Textures on 3D Objects --
Vanishing Point Exchange --
ch. 7 Layer Styles: Bevels, Shadows, Glows, and More! --
What Are Layer Styles? --
How to Apply Layer Styles --
Drop Shadow --
Inner Shadow --
Outer Glow and Inner Glow --
Bevel and Emboss --
Satin --
Color Overlay, Gradient Overlay, and Pattern Overlay --
Stroke --
Designing with Layer Styles --
Loading Pre-built Styles --
Building Your Own Styles --
Using Custom Overlays: Gradients and Textures --
Using Styles with Video Applications --
Importing Layer Styles into a Nonlinear Editing System or Apple Motion --
Importing Layer Styles into After Effects --
ch. 8 Filters --
Filters Defined --
Before Running a Filter Note continued: Fix Major Errors --
Check the Color Mode --
Set Your View --
Check the Bit Depth --
Understanding Filter Interfaces --
Using the Filter Gallery --
Using Smart Filters --
Defining the Area to Be Affected by a Filter --
Using the Color Range Command --
Smoothing Out a Selection --
Fading and Blending Filters --
Guide to Standard Filters --
Artistic Filters --
Blur Filters --
Brush Stroke Filters --
Distort Filters --
Noise Filters --
Pixelate Filters --
Render Filters --
Sharpen Filters --
Sketch Filters --
Stylize Filters --
Texture Filters --
Video Filters --
Other Filters --
"Loose" Filters --
ch. 9 Fixing Color and Exposure --
Approach to Image Correction --
Nondestructive Workflow --
Bit Depth for Color Correction --
Image Mode for Color Correction --
Adjustment Layers --
Primary Image Adjustments --
Levels --
Curves --
Shadows and Highlights --
Hue/Saturation --
Vibrance --
Photo Filter Adjustment Layers --
Black-and-White Conversion Note continued: Fixing Images with Camera Raw --
Opening a Raw File --
An Overview of the Camera Raw Dialog --
Image Adjustments Tabs --
Finish the Process --
Useful Commands In Brief --
Gradient Map --
Invert --
Equalize --
Threshold --
Broadcast-Safe Concerns --
Standard Definition --
High Definition --
ch. 10 Repairing Damaged Photos --
Stamp It Out --
Clone Stamp Tool --
Healing Brush Tool --
Patch Tool --
Content-Aware Commands --
Content-Aware Scale --
Content-Aware Fill --
Hide It: Blur and Smudge, Dodge and Burn --
Blur and Sharpen Tools --
Smudge Tool --
Dodge and Burn Tools --
Sponge Tool --
Restoration in Action --
Moire Patterns and "Buzz" --
Alignment --
Shot Composition --
Aspect Ratio --
Lens Correction --
Soft Focus --
Lens Blur --
Faded Historical Sources --
Missing Sky --
ch. 11 Creating Backgrounds for Video --
Working with Gradients --
Gradient Editor --
Gradient Tool --
Gradient Fill Layer --
Gradient Map --
Working with Photo Sources Note continued: Defocusing --
Creating a Screened Area --
Simplified Duotone --
Filtering --
Using Patterned Tiles --
Some Recipes --
Using Video Layers --
Choosing Footage --
Stacking Footage --
Blending Footage --
Looping the Background --
ch. 12 Automation and History --
The Tools of the Trade --
Actions --
An Overview of the Actions Panel --
Using Built-in Actions --
Actions That Help the Video Pro --
How to Create and Save Actions --
How to Create Better Actions --
Automate Commands --
Batch Processing --
Droplets --
Crop and Straighten Photos --
Other Automate Commands --
Scripts --
Image Processor --
Delete All Empty Layers --
Flatten All Layer Effects and Flatten All Masks --
Export Layers to Files --
History States --
Configuring History States --
Accessing History States --
Performing Multiple Undos --
Using Snapshots --
Automation with Adobe Bridge --
Batch Renaming Files --
PDF Contact Sheet and Presentation Output --
Web Gallery Output Note continued: ch. 13 The Road to Video --
Final Testing on a Broadcast Monitor --
Video Preview Plug-In --
Professional Video Cards --
HDMI Connections --
Getting Client Approval --
Choosing the Right File Format --
File Extensions --
Common File Formats Used by the Video Industry --
Preserving Flexibility --
Annotating with the Note Tool --
Archiving Your Work --
What's Next?.
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