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March 19th, 2011

Tutorial 001: Rupert Grint



Program: Photoshop CS2
Translatable: Yes
Steps: 5

x-posted to caramelesque, please leave all comments, questions, and feedback on THIS post.


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Photoshop CS4: Frames to Animation

Hi,

I used to use regular Photoshop CS than I switched to Photoshop CS4 (i wish i had CS still) and I can't seem to be able to import video file frames as an animation, just a video to animation frames. Is there anyway to copy frames to an animation? I don't really understand the whole using the video to get frames. The program says that it might take too long to do anyway. Is there no option to do this anymore in the newer versions of Photoshop? It's quite frustrating, I might say.

Thank you to anyone who can help me!

Mar. 19th, 2011

Hi! I'm hoping someone will have an answer for me. I've only recently started to try my hand at making gifs, but my problem is they seem to come out choppy. I think I'm using a decent amount of frames (40+) but I feel like the problem is I use PowerDVD 8 and am physically unable to cap fast enough.

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