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Chapter 2. Creating and Managing Images > Importing Images from Cameras and Sca...

Importing Images from Cameras and Scanners

Digital cameras have revolutionized photography and are one of the main forces driving the need for products like Photoshop Elements. Over the past several years, prices have dropped, while quality (as measured by higher resolution) has risen dramatically. Typically, these cameras come with their own software to help you browse and manage photos. You can download photos from the camera to your hard disk and then open them in Photoshop Elements, or you can connect directly to the camera from within Photoshop Elements and then download images from there.

Photoshop Elements even lets you capture frames from digital videos, with the Frame From Video command. In order to capture video frames, you’ll need to make sure your video is in a format that can be recognized. Supported Windows formats include .avi, .mpg, and .mpeg, and Macintosh formats include QuickTime and .mpeg.


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