Difference between revisions of "Studio Projects- Making a GIF from an Image Sequence"

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#*In Photoshop CS 6 go '''File > Save for Web and Devices'''
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# In Photoshop CC 2015 go '''File > Export > Save for Web (Legacy) ...'''
#*In Photoshop CC 2015 go '''File > Export > Save for Web (Legacy) ...'''
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# Choose a GIF flavor from the Preset drop down menu
#Choose a GIF flavor from the Preset drop down menu
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# You should now be able to preview the animation in the lower right
#You should now be able to preview the animation in the lower right
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# Set your '''Loop''' options - once or forever
#Set your Loop options - once or forever
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# Click '''Save''' and name your animated .gif file
#Click '''Save''' and name your animated gif file
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# To playback, drag file into a web browser
 
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[[Category:2017-2018]]
 
[[Category:2017-2018]]

Revision as of 21:32, 5 March 2018

Open an image sequence

  1. From Photoshop go File > Open
  1. Select the first image in the sequence and check the "Image sequence" box
  2. Choose your frame rate from the dialogue box

Output an animated GIF

Set your looping options
  1. In Photoshop CC 2015 go File > Export > Save for Web (Legacy) ...
  2. Choose a GIF flavor from the Preset drop down menu
  3. You should now be able to preview the animation in the lower right
  4. Set your Loop options - once or forever
  5. Click Save and name your animated .gif file
  6. To playback, drag file into a web browser