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Editing gifs in Photoshop Elements

Hi! I'm using Photoshop Elements 6.0, and I'm a beginner at making animated icons, like this one for example:



made by dustysock .

So, I'm wondering how could I edit the coloring of all the screencaps, since there is no new layers visible in all frames option like in Photoshop CS 3. Does anyone have any idea? Thanks in advance! ^^

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cptlbryant
Sep. 24th, 2010 01:59 am (UTC)
Unrelated to your question, but can you create animated icons in Photoshop Elements? Just curious.
rachierae10
Sep. 24th, 2010 02:05 am (UTC)
I did it for years in elements 2 (yes, it's a dinosaur that just barely died on me).

Also, to answer the question--I don't know a shorter way than doing all the coloring stuff in layers and then copying merged into the file you'll save as a .gif
cptlbryant
Sep. 24th, 2010 02:08 am (UTC)
I'm still learning Photoshop and I also have 6. I'll have to play around some more with it.
birdiieee
Sep. 24th, 2010 06:22 am (UTC)
Yes, you can make animated icons in Photoshop Elements 6.:) I made only one, like the one above, but it took me so much time, because I couldn't make the new added layers (like the background in the one posted) visible in all frames. We don't have that option new layers visible in all frames, so I had to copy the layer with the background and the coloring for each frame. Them merge the coloring, the background and the frame. It's really tiring and time-consuming!

That's why I thought that somebody might know another easier way, that I might have not knew. But it seems that this is the only way you can make animated gifs in Photoshop Elements 6. ^^
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