Last week’s tutorial featured creating a background animation using Photoshop CS3 extended. A few people were writing in and asking how they can output the file once the animation is complete. Well would you believe that Photoshop CS3 Extended will export video files such as Quicktime. Simply go under the File menu and go to Export and choose Render Video. Here you can choose what file type whether it be Quicktime or MPEG. Be careful when using the Flash video (flv) format. Is has been known to be a little buggy and can crash Photoshop. If you need a Flash file simply export a Quicktime and render in the Flash Video Encoder or Visual Hub (Mac Only).

For more info Photoshop for Video, you may want to check out Richard Harrington’s site Potoshop for Video. Check it out here.

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