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Thread: Best prog for fading two images (in and out)?

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    Mr. Mulder's Avatar pepper your angus BT Rep: +10BT Rep +10
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    Iíve made these two banners and want to have them on top of each other, but fading in and out, so that youíd see the top one for a few seconds, then the bottom one and so on, in a loop.

    Is there an easy App thatíll do this? I canít see how youíd do it in Photoshop without creating endless layers with the Opacity dropped




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    i just made this quickly with Adobe ImageReady, doesn't that come with Photoshop?



    is it the effect you were looking for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthInsinuate
    i just made this quickly with Adobe ImageReady, doesn't that come with Photoshop?



    is it the effect you were looking for?
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    Yeah that's it Darth, I opened yours up in IR and can't see how you've faded them, the opacity stays the same on each image

    How do you do it? Not too familiar with Image Ready




    (It's ok about size, it's not for this board The image(s) shouldnít loose any quality)

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