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    What Is Imageready? Every time i install photoshop image ready installs too?

    wt is it?

    Thanks B)

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    use image ready mainly for animating your .psd files.


    these include animation effects layers and it also allows you to create buttons (mouse over/mouse down effects)

    really good i think

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    thanks for that link SH
    thanks for the info marius24

    may have a go at that!

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    yep, it basically is photoshop except that you can animate the pics. handy, because you can use all the photoshop filters and layer styles/proerties.

    edit - im too slow

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    better late then never

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    Originally posted by Marius24@21 September 2003 - 17:10
    better late then never


    Dapadipz, when your running photoshop, there is a link on the bottom of the toolbar that takes you into image ready with the pic your working on, with the layers so you can animate it

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    gotcha thanks again pol

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    it can be a bit awkward working with the animation when you jump from photoshop to image ready Dapadipz

    try working with photoshop, get your layers set as they would be in an animation, then by turning off particular layers (making your 'frames&#39 - save each frame as jpegs/psd's into the same folder

    then open up image ready, goto file menu and select 'import folder as frames' - it's dead easy and you have all the filters/frames you need

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