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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:34 pm Reply with quote
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This tutorial was created using Photoshop CS2. If you have something higher, you can still work the tutorial. If you have any problems post back. Once again, its easy so a video wasn't necessary.

1. Open Image Ready. Create a new file. Type the text. Right click on the layer and select Render.

2. Make four layer copies of the original layer.

3. Select second layer.

4. Filter > Distort > Spherize (mode : Normal amount: 25%)

5. Apply Spherize for rest of the three layers with different amount.

6. Make Frames from Layers. Experiment with the percentage amount.

7. Set the timings for frames.

8. Set the no. of times you want to play the animation.

9. Check the performance in the browser

File > Preview In > Click the browser you want

10. Save the file with
File > Save Optimized or File > Save Optimized As


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:26 pm Reply with quote
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Nice Tut MAG but I use CS6 and I'm sure after CS2 they stopped using Image Ready and just changed it to 'Animation'. I'm not 100% but I'm quite sure that was the case.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 16, 2017 6:03 pm Reply with quote
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— Megaboost wrote
Nice Tut MAG but I use CS6 and I'm sure after CS2 they stopped using Image Ready and just changed it to 'Animation'. I'm not 100% but I'm quite sure that was the case.

:tup: :mus2:


Yes, this tutorial is for those who are using Photoshop CS2.  If you're using CS6 you skip the 1st and last sentences in Step 1. Additionally, CS6 uses 'Timeline' not 'Animation'.

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