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Lesson 18. Animating GIF Images for the ... > Creating animations in Adobe ImageRe...

Creating animations in Adobe ImageReady

In Adobe ImageReady, you create animation from a single image using animated GIF files. An animated GIF is a sequence of images, or frames. Each frame varies slightly from the preceding frame, creating the illusion of movement when the frames are viewed in quick succession—just like movies. You can create animation in several ways:

  • By using the Duplicate Current Frame button in the Animation palette to create animation frames, and then using the Layers palette to define the image state associated with each frame.

  • By using the Tween feature to quickly create new frames that warp text or vary a layer’s opacity, position, or effects to create the illusion of an element in a frame moving or fading in and out.

  • By opening a multilayer Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator file for an animation, with each layer becoming a frame.


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