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Speed Kills: advanced tips > DOING ANIMATIONS? DON'T JUMP TO IMAGEREADY

DOING ANIMATIONS? DON'T JUMP TO IMAGEREADY

In previous versions of Photoshop, if you wanted to create an animation, you'd have to jump to Image-Ready (Photoshop's Web graphics sibling that comes preinstalled with Photo-shop). Although ImageReady still comes with Photoshop CS2, you don't need to jump over there to do your animations; now you can do them right within Photoshop. Just go to the Window menu and choose Animation, and ImageReady's familiar-looking Animation palette will appear across the bottom of your Photoshop screen, and a row of buttons for animation options will appear near the top of your Layers palette.

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