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Photoshop CS 2 for Avid Express Pro

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Photoshop is an essential tool for every editors toolbox. If you have been running an older version of Photoshop and are thinking about upgrading to CS2 then there is one main difference you need to know about saving your files for import into Avid. I always save my files is the .psd format, .tga will also work I have just found the .psd format to translate your alpha channels correctly. As far as image size is concerned you have a few options, first set up your image for NTSC. Select the image pull down toolbar and navigate to pixel aspect ratio. Now you can select your proper format; D1 NTSC .09 or NTSC widescreen and so forth. If you did not open you image in the proper format now is the time to save it. Again, use the image toolbar and select image size. Inside this dialogue box deselect constrain proportions and then resize your image to 720 width and 486 height. Now simply import your image in Avid Express Pro and edit away. Do not forget to sign-up for one of up and coming Photoshop classes.

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