6 Replies Latest reply on Dec 21, 2015 2:27 PM by Ken1980

    What is the best way to clean up individual video frames without degrading the quality?

    GreenMartian

      I have a video that I need to remove several birds that flew by during a video scene.

       

      The video is an HD 422 1920x1080/23.97P video.

      Is the best to render files from Premiere Pro and open those files in Photoshop then work on each frame; and then render the file again from within Photoshop?  If yes, doesn't this degrade the video quality somewhat?

       

      The next part may require a separate post in Photoshop forum.

      I've tried to import my rendered mpg & mpeg files into Photoshop but I continue to get an error message "the video file could not be opened."  I've rendered some other formats; .avi & .mov., and these 2 file types open within Photoshop V13 x64 okay.

       

      CS 6

      Windows 7 x64

       

      Sincerely,

      JC