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Scanning

We'll be honest with you. We're not wild about the idea of scanning directly into LiveMotion. It's direct and it's fast, but scans usually need tonal and color cast adjustments, color correction, sharpening, or retouching, and LiveMotion lacks features for performing most of those tasks. You can use LiveMotion's Adjust palette to adjust an image object's brightness, contrast, or saturation, but that's about it. (The Tint slider on the Adjust palette, by the way, is used for applying a tint, not for color correction.) Pixel editing just isn't LiveMotion's forté.

Plugging in

  • The Import submenu will list whichever import plug-ins are currently residing in the Plug-ins >Acquire Export folder inside the Adobe LiveMotion folder. Each plug-in is designed to be used for a particular file format.

  • If you need to install a plug-in, be aware that some plug-ins can be dragged directly into the Plug-ins folder while other plug-ins must be installed using their own installers in order to become available in LiveMotion.

  • If your scanner doesn't have a LiveMotion- compatible driver, scan the image in another application, then place it or copy-and-paste it into LiveMotion.



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