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How to create gif picture in photoshop?????????

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by mtmithu, Dec 9, 2009.

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    I need to create some gif picture in photoshop can any one help ?????????
    is the photoshop is the good software to create gif file????????:(:confused:
     
    mtmithu, Dec 9, 2009 IP
  2. dvncfll01

    dvncfll01 Active Member

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    Yes, too save as a GIF simply go to File>save to web and devices there you can save as a gif
     
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    haradeep Active Member

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    Press ctrl+shift+s and you will be asked to save for web. Use .gif format to save for web. You can also save as gif similar to saving in .psd
     
    haradeep, Dec 9, 2009 IP
  4. Piggy

    Piggy Peon

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    Is it an animated .gif? Also, what version of Photoshop are you using? In CS2 and earlier versions of Photoshop, you save an animated .gif by going to File>Save Optimized As> and choosing .gif to be the file type. If it's CS3 or CS4, then do as dvncfll01 said.

    If it's not animated, just go to File>Save and under File Type at the bottom, choose Graphics Interchange Format (.gif).
     
    Piggy, Dec 9, 2009 IP
  5. mtmithu

    mtmithu Guest

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    yah,i need to create animated gif.am using cs3.
    it would be nice if show some pic tutorials........
     
    mtmithu, Dec 9, 2009 IP
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    dvncfll01 Active Member

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    simple dude i'll just type it all....

    Ok first get all your images the same exact size

    then go to windows>animation

    You well see a panel come up on the lower part of photoshop
    Next on the lower part of the panel click the little rectangle button

    now this can get a little annoying but this is how you do it

    hide all the layers except for 1 which you want to be your starting image

    next make a new layer (on the left bottom panel near the trash can of the animation bar )

    Hide your first image and UN hide your 2nd images

    and continue doing this till your done

    then you can set a time for the animation

    on the bottom right panel as well where it says "once"
     
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  7. mtmithu

    mtmithu Guest

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    Yo man its work......
    its realy cool,
    Thanks for your reply.....
     
    mtmithu, Dec 9, 2009 IP
  8. mtmithu

    mtmithu Guest

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    How can i can create effects in this animated gif???
    Pls reply if you know...........
     
    mtmithu, Dec 9, 2009 IP
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    dvncfll01 Active Member

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    you would have to use a more advance animation program like flash
     
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  10. Piggy

    Piggy Peon

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    Well what kind of effects are you wanting to do?
     
    Piggy, Dec 10, 2009 IP
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    First you can make psd file if you want animation gif file then after make Frame one by one in psd file and after save as in gif :)
     
    Shiiny, Dec 10, 2009 IP
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    ya photo shop is the best and i always use it
     
    jackisback, Dec 10, 2009 IP
  13. mtmithu

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    I just need the pan(zoom) in\out , marquee effect............
     
    mtmithu, Dec 10, 2009 IP
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    i love gifsssss
     
    FireFightDesigns, Dec 10, 2009 IP
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    redrigo Greenhorn

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    U can put from photoshop...Photoshop animated Gif....
     
    redrigo, Dec 11, 2009 IP
  16. Piggy

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    Well, I can't check to verify this right now because i'm at school, but here's what i'd try first to see if the zoom would work:

    On your first frame in the animation, get the original size set. Click the "New Frame" button, and on this one, use free transform to resize the image to what you want, and make sure it's centered. Next step is to tween those two frames together. If you've still got the second frame selected, press the tween button, and select tween with previous frame. Set the frames at what you think should work (depends on how crisp you want the transition, and how large your image is.) Click play afterwards.

    If this didn't work how you were wanting, then I honestly don't think you'll be able to get it done in photoshop. Photoshop isn't mainly used for animations of that sort. I'd advise finding a free flash banner maker, i've seen quite a few good ones.

    As for the marquee effect, on the first frame move the text or w/e you're wanting to marquee to where you want it to start off. In the second frame use the Move tool (V is the shortcut) to move your text or marquee item across the image. The most sufficient way to do this is to hold shift, and drag the marquee item across the image with your mouse. Holding shift while you do this will assure you get a straight line. You can also move the image using the arrow keys. Holding shift while using the arrow keys will move the marquee item 10 pixels for every pressing of the arrow key, instead of 1 pixel.

    If you need anymore help, please just ask!
     
    Piggy, Dec 11, 2009 IP
  17. mtmithu

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    you mean to transfrom the picture and do the animation na?
    But while doing this the clarity of pic just vanishes yaar..
     
    mtmithu, Dec 11, 2009 IP
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    Animations
     
    esspro, Jan 12, 2010 IP
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    you would have to use imageready that comes with adobe photoshop

    cheers
    josh
     
    joshuthomas, Jan 13, 2010 IP
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    thanks for the info. really helpful
     
    Andy_ameed, Jan 15, 2010 IP