Adobe Lightroom Tips and Tricks 007. From Photoshop to Premiere Pro, iMovie or Final Cut.

I kinda lied. This is not really a Lightroom tip, but we’ve received so many requests for this post that we are including it in our Tips and Tricks series.

Let’s say you want to create a title for your next movie project, and would love to use Photoshop for that. The process is fairly quick and simple:

1. Launch Photoshop
2. Go to Window > Workspace > Motion

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3. Go to File > New
4. Under Presets select Film & Video
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5. Under Size select HDTV 1080P / 29.97 if you are shooting Full HD, or simply select the size that matches your footage.
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6. Under Resolution select 300
7. Under Background Contents you have White, Transparent or any color your heart desires.

8. For this exercise I simply dropped my logo into a black background, and it is now ready to be added to my 1920×1080 footage.
Done and done.

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It is important to know that Adobe Premiere Pro supports a wide variety of still-image formats, including PSD, TIFF and PDF, but only in RGB or Grayscale color modes.
Here is the complete list of Video, Image and Audio formats supported.

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Adobe Cloud for Photographers

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