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Does anyone know how to do the fading slide show .gif on ImageReady by chance?

Like this.

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lanitha
Apr. 2nd, 2011 08:52 am (UTC)
The tutorial you linked to tells you exactly how. Only difference is that ImageReady is built in later versions of PhotoShop. The functionality stays the same. So while this tutorial says to do it in PhotoShop, you can follow along in ImageReady and the steps should be the same. ;)
adorante
Apr. 2nd, 2011 03:59 pm (UTC)
Really? Because I tried and I don't have an animation window in photoshop.
lanitha
Apr. 2nd, 2011 05:24 pm (UTC)
Which version of PhotoShop do you have? I think they started bundeling the two programs from CS3 on, so anything older than that would have ImageReady as a seperate program.
lanitha
Apr. 2nd, 2011 05:38 pm (UTC)
I may have been unclear.
What I want to say is that if you have ImageReady (which I'm assuming you do, since you asked for directions for it), you can follow all the steps in that tutorial in ImageReady. Don't be distracted by the fact the maker says she's using PhotoShop CS3. She can do these steps in PhotoShop itself, because in CS3, all the functionality of ImageReady has been built-in, as in incorporated in PhotoShop itself. You can stíll do all these things she's doing, only in your ImageReady, since you still have the seperate program.
Does that make sense?
adorante
Apr. 3rd, 2011 05:04 pm (UTC)
I understand what you are saying :) but when it gets to this part:

Choose the frames you want to use and then make them all the same size, edit them and then open them all in photoshop. Now pick one of these to be the first frame and open your animation window by going to ‘Window’ and then clicking ‘Animation’. Now make your photoshop workspace look like this:

My photoshop doesn't have an option under the window tab for animation
lanitha
Apr. 3rd, 2011 05:23 pm (UTC)
At that point you jump over to ImageReady. ;)

There's a little icon at the bottom of the palette on the left. It's a small icon of PS with an arrow pointing to the icon for ImageReady. If you click that, it should automatically open ImageReady with the files you worked on in PS before. :)
adorante
Apr. 3rd, 2011 11:52 pm (UTC)
oh! i got it. awesome, thank you!
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