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i have photoshope cs2 and want to inport a video file and edit it i have seen it done before but they were using adobe premiere can i do it without  premiere??


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Photoshop is just for static images, and Premiere is the corresponding program for video. Unless I'm missing something, Photoshop will not edit video.
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