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    Ye, dont get me wrong. I worked as a fashion retoucher for a while, so i know the power of Photoshop for imaging.
    And im sure there are tons of ways to import batch import, frame by frame video into photoshop and apply your effects.
    However, i push After Effects because its much more powerful then Premier and closer to Photoshop...but for video. Basically, if time - money is the end result. Then After Effects is the solution. So maybe you should have a closer look at what is (features and plug'ins) available in AE.
    But yes, you loose some of those great plug'ins and effects that you can find in Photoshop.


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    I'm importing the Psd files, not dragging it....


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    You can, of course, always export the video you edited in PS and then import that into PPro. I sometimes export as an image sequence (TIF) and then bring that sequence into PPro or AE.

    Let me clarify a few things I thought I knew when I was posting earlier. When I actually sat in front of a pc with CS4, I learned a few things about what I thought I was remembering.

    If I simply add an adjustment layer (ie curves or exposure) to video in PS, save that as a .psd and import it into PPro, everything seems to work fine. (This is what I usually do if I am working with Photoshop and Premiere.) If, in PS, I add a filter of some sort to the video, the video MUST be a smart object, otherwise the filter will only apply to whatever frame I was on when I added the filter. This is contrary to what I mentioned in my first response.

    Even if the filter is added to a smart object and the file saved as .psd, it will appear into PPro as a single image. To bring a video edited in PS into Premeire, you must export it (as video or image seq) then import that into Premiere.

    Sorry for any confusion I might have caused.


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    Those were my conclusions so far. Adjustment layers will show up when you import the PSD to Premiere, filters wont even if you turn the layer on Photoshop into a smart object.

    Does anyone know if Photoshop the Cineform codec? I think that if Im going to be exporting videos back an forth it might as well be in a lossless codec that also allows for smooth editing.


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    Just export from PS as an image sequence. it's a pretty standard way to move effects shots around.... and your NLE, After Effects, etc should all be able to import it.


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