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Chapter 8. Animation—Yes, You Can Do It! > Saving Animations as QuickTime Movie...

Saving Animations as QuickTime Movies

QuickTime is one of the many formats you can create movies in for the Web. You can view QuickTime movies in a browser or with the free QuickTime player from Apple. It works on both Macs and PCs. Let's start with your tweened movie you just created.

1.
Open the tweened animation you just created in ImageReady.

2.
From the top menu bar select File>Export Original.

3.
You will see the options below the file name (see Figure 8-22). Choose QuickTime Movie.

Figure 8-22. Selection the QuickTime Movie option.


4.
Click “Save.”

5.
A Compression Settings dialog box will pop up (see Figure 8-23).

Figure 8-23. The Compressions Settings dialog box.


6.
Use the default settings and click OK.

7.
Find the document on your computer and drag it onto a Web browser or the QuickTime Player.

8.
That's all.


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