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Part I: Photoshop and ImageReady > Working with ImageReady

Chapter 11. Working with ImageReady

IN THIS CHAPTER

Weaving Photos into the Web

Working with the ImageReady Desktop

Getting Help

Exporting Files to ImageReady

Preparing Images for the Web

Saving for the Web

Working with Quality Settings

Understanding Resolution and Pixel Size

Using the Repopulate Views Menu

Working with Transparency in GIF and PNG-8 Images

Saving the Picture

Emailing Your Pictures

Mastering ImageReady

In this chapter, you learn about Adobe ImageReady. Although you can easily jump back and forth from ImageReady to Photoshop with a single click, you can also use ImageReady as a standalone program without ever opening Photoshop. Its sole purpose is to prepare your photos and art for use on the Web. It includes most of the same functions as Photoshop. You can set type for headlines, crop, adjust color and saturation just as you would in Photoshop. But because its purpose is specifically web graphics, it also handles tricks like animation, rollovers, and image slices that Photoshop doesn't do.


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