This is a template that can be used to create a Youtube background for the new channel design. The templates here take into account the last minute changes to spec that Youtube made upsizing the template to 2560 x 1440 px.
You can download the Photoshop template here.
If you have any problems with the template please email Pixovert Support and a reply will be sent as soon as possible.
Gimp can open up Photoshop files, but has problems with vector shapes.
You can download a Gimp friendly version of the Youtube background template.
The After Effects template is based entirely on the Photoshop design and can be found below.
It is, for the time being, still possible to return to the previous channel design.
Whilst this option lasts you should be able to do this by following the link at the very bottom of the "One Channel" guide. But note well, this link will probably stop working during the coming weeks.
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Since Photoshop CS6, video editing has been possible for all Photoshop users.
Previous Extended editions of Photoshop also allow video editing.
In this tutorial we take a slow motion video and apply some adjustment layers and a few filters to create a radioactive glow.
You can get 7 days of free downloads choosing from 50,000 video and audio clips at Videoblocks. Search for slow motion water and slow motion paint and you should get both the video used in this tutorial and in the preview.
You should be able to find a music track to go along with whichever video you use and import that into Photoshop to combine with the video. Pretty cool. And if you are a serious video pro, the site also has some After Effects templates.
The key to working with video in Photoshop is to remember to use smart objects whenever you need to apply filters.
Note the edit where we use the hard mix adjustment layer requires a reduction in the FILL opacity in order to achieve the desired effect.
Adobe have provided a sneak peek of the newest update to Photoshop for Creative Cloud subscribers.
In this video Adobe's Russell Brown discusses some of his favourite features in Photoshop CC.
Along with a cute sharpening feature to deal with blur caused by camera shake, there is a range of new functionality related to Camera Raw.
In fact Camera Raw now has a listing in Photoshop's filters menu.
Photoshop CC comes with a complete update to Camera Raw.
In the following video Adobe's Julieanne Kost describes some of these features.
As for the meaning of CC, it seems that it is the official replacement for CS. The Creative Suite line comes to an end with CS6.
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