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Photoshop CS3 "Red Pill"
Old 11-07-2006, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Did anyone else see the "Adobe Red Pill" program accidentally open at the Photoshop Seminar in Chicago on Monday? That was pretty neat to see for a split second if you are a full time starry-eyed post retoucher as myself. It's the code name of CS3. Since Adobe bought Macromedia, PS will possibly have video integrated. It's sort of going out of its own league, I'd say. It's PHOTOshop, not PHOT/Video/Web/Design-shop. Pumping all of this code makes the program big and clunky after awhile.

Anyone else see it function at PS-World or anywhere else?



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Re: Photoshop CS3 "Red Pill"
Old 11-10-2006, 04:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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a lot of us already use photoshop with video. I'm doing more and more of my rotoscoping in Shake as I get better with it, but for a long time there were things you could only do well in PS (as opposed to say After Effects).

If you shoot progressive, you simply export all of your frames (24 frames per second of video) and then batch process them in Photoshop (in small sections obviously) and then load them back into the editor.

So maybe the folks at Adobe are doing some stuff to help streamline the process?
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That is what I have read. I believe the idea is that a Layer in Photoshop may contain Video/Audio as well as bitmap and vectored images. I think it's too much for one program. It's getting a little too beefed up.

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Old 11-17-2006, 04:37 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Pumping all of this code makes the program big and clunky after awhile.
'Cause if there's anything you can say about Photoshop in it's current form it's that it's a streamlined, RAM-efficient piece of coding. Lol.

That said I agree with you 100% about this. Stay focused on getting one thing right.

I'm a big fan of Matt Roush, on of TVGuide's critics and he likes to say "In the future, if they want to introduce another CSI or Law & Order variation, they should be required to take one of the current iterations off the air."

I feel the same way about PS. Know how after over a decade of development and (what, 11?) major versions, everything you want to do can be done like twelve ways? I think from now on every time they add a feature, they should be required to go through and streamline one old one. Whether that means picking one of the twelve ways or using ideas from all twelve to create an all-new better way. For example, I think there's some hybrid of 'Curves' and 'Levels' to be had that would be superior to both.

Seriously, this program already takes a week to load and leaks RAM like it's goin' out of style, people. Now you wanna branch out to video? Y'all crazy.
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