Trim Video in Photoshop CS6
Edited by Freya, Jen M, Eng, JAy and 1 other
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how you can trim video clips on "Photoshop CS6" on Windows 7.
To begin, we should already have a video imported into "Photoshop". There are VisiHow videos on how to do that. We have the preview here at the top, and underneath the timeline, where we can see the duration of the clip, and there is a scroller as well.
If we want to trim the beginning of the clip, we should play the clip, so the red scroller will start moving, then we pause and the red scroller will stop at the trimming end point. Hover the cursor towards the front of the timeline, to get this little rectangular shape with arrows.
Select that shape and drag it to the red scroller, with a little preview showing where we are.
The starting point will snap to this red scroller.
When we press play from the beginning, we can see that it cropped out that first part that we had trimmed.
We can do the trim from the end of the clip as well, we can hover at the end of the timeline.
It is recommended using this red scroller and select exactly the point to end the trim.
Grab the little rectangular shape with arrows to the red scroller, and it will snap to that area.
We can actually watch through up to that point and pause, so we will know exactly where we need to stop.
We can go back to the original clip, using the step backwards slash undo option.
This is a VisiHow video, and I've just shown you how you can trim video clips on "Photoshop CS6" on Windows 7. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to add them to the section below and we'll do our best to get back to you.
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Questions and Answers
I cannot export the trimmed file in a usable format?
I trim the video as per your instructions and go to File > Render, but when I go to play the rendered file it will not play
You might have missing video codecs. Please install K-Lite Codec Pack by selecting all of the default settings during the installation, which will also add Media Player Classic as well. Associate files with Media Player Classic when asked, and the video should be played back.
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