You're watching VisiHow. In this video we're going to show you how to add a wave effect to a video clip on Photoshop CS6 on Windows 7.
In our example, we've already imported video with the preview on the main part of the screen, the "Timeline" at the bottom, and the "Layers" on the right-hand side
To find out how to import a video, search for a tutorial on how to do that on this website. The wave effect is very interesting, as it makes the image look like it is under water. It can also soften the image, depending on what we are working with. However, before we can add that effect, we should make sure that the layer we want to add that effect to has been converted to a smart object. That flattens the image, so the video clip is seen as one big frame, rather than being made up of several individual frames.