How to Improve Video Quality in PHOTOSHOP!

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Learn how to improve the quality of your videos in Photoshop using Camera Raw!

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Camera Raw Filter: Introduced in Photoshop CC, the Camera Raw filter allows you to make many of the same adjustment you would make to your raw images or videos, such as Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, and Clarity. When using this filter, it’s best to convert your layer into a Smart Object first, which will allow you to make changes to your adjustments at a later point.

When exporting videos from Photoshop, you’ll likely want to use the H.264 codes, as that will leave you with a high quality video, and a relatively small file size.

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