May 14th, 2011

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Firstly, I've never had any problems with opening animated gif files. (And yes, I'm doing it in the right way: File > Import > Video Frames to Layers) but suddenly I've become unable to open the files while this notice appears:

I use Adobe Photoshop CS3 and I DO have QuickTime (7.6) installed. I just don't get what's wrong with it. Anyone?

Thanks in advance!

Coloring an entire animation

I am new to make animations and I'm using Photoshop 7 and ImageReady. I have made the animation and switch to Photoshop (making sure that the first frame is selected) and I color it, but then when I switch back to ImageReady to save it as a .gif file, only the first frame displays the coloring effects I've applied. I've tried everything I can think of to see if it will apply to all frames, including individually coloring frame 2 but it only affects frame 1.
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Hi, everybody! I'm having some problems to fix the color for some live show screencaps. I've tried many color normalization tutorials from here, and play around the settings on Selective Color & Color Balance, but I still can't get rid of the weird lighting across her face.

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Is there a method I can get rid of the weird lighting? It would be grateful if someone can help. Thanks in advanced!

P.S. I use Photoshop CS4 Extended.