April 16th, 2004

spikeweight // me

Scrolling Effect

I was wondering how one does the scrolling effect in Photoshop/Imageready. Basically, it's one image, but it scrolls from left to right in the confines of a 100 by 100 pixel frame. I remember seeing this but I can't remember if it was this community or another. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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hermione >> me

Playing a dvd?

Every time I put in a DVD into my DVD drive to try and screencap, it wont play. It tries to automatically open it in Interactual Player, even when I've uninstalled it from my computer. I would download Power DVD or WinDVD or Virtualdub, whichever one works best, but my dad won't let me download anything. So, I'm trying to make the DVD play in Windows Media Player, but it just....won't, and I have no clue what to do.

 

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PSP border question

Less to do with icon and more technical thing...

Whenever I use the border option in PSP7 or PSP8, some images tend to get this barely-visible-but-noticeable white/gray border as well, along with the initial border color I want. Anyone know how to fix this? :\
oth;scaredpeyton//neversleeps

ImageReady?

Is there anyone who can explain to me how to put together a simple animation in ImageReady? My Animation Shop died on me, and I have no idea how to use ImageReady.
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Question for you all. Partly out of simple curiosity, partly out of indecision on which to get.

Do you prefer to use Photoshop or PaintShopPro, and why?

Also, what do you use for animation, and why?
hermione >> me

How do you...

How dya make the tect go like this:  It's made by Amy (butterstick_ ), and I would ask her but she's gone on holiday...

but anyway, do you know how she did the colouring of the text to be like that? Is it just a simple fill of two different colours, or is it something different? She made it in psp7, but I would like to know how to do it in PS6

thanx in advance...

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