Apply Shear Filter Over a Video Clip in Photoshop CS6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how you can apply a shear filter over a video clip in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7. As you can see, I've already got video imported into Photoshop. We have a preview in the middle, a timeline at the bottom, and the layers on the right-hand side. If you need to know how to import video, please refer to our tutorial on importing video in Photoshop CS6. Because we want to apply a filter to the video clip, you should ensure that the one you want to work with has been converted to a smart object. I've shown you how to do that in another video. You need it to be a smart object because that will flatten the video clip into one frame, rather than the individual frames that normally comprise it. Once you flatten the video clip, you can't change the sound or speed for that clip, but you can treat it as one big frame, and therefore, the filter will apply equally to the entire clip, not just frame by frame.
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