Add Gaussian Blur to Video Clip in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow! In this video, we are going to show you how you can add the Gaussian blur to a video clip in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7.
- 2There is another VisiHow video on how to convert a video clip into a smart object. We can tell if a layer is a smart object by the floppy-disk symbol and by the color purple in the timeline. We need to ensure that the video is converted into a smart object if we want to add any kind of filter onto a video. The conversion flattens the clip. It is treated almost like a JPEG. We can't change the volume or speed of the particular clip. If we were to add an effect to the clip without converting it to a smart object, then the filter will be actually added onto a frame. Within a seven-second clip, we might have more than 100 frames. When the clip is a smart object, it is treated like one big frame.The clip that will be used has been converted into a smart object.Advertisement
- 13The icon is under "Smart Filters" on the right-hand side. We can hide "Gaussian Blur" or all smart filters altogether. We can, of course, delete them as well.If we decide that we don't want the effect, we can hide it by clicking the eye icon.
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Video: Add Gaussian Blur to Video Clip in Photoshop CS6
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya