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Crear gif con photoshop cs6

diciembre 24, 2021
Crear gif con photoshop cs6

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The best thing about GIFs is that they are not very difficult to create. If you have access to Photoshop and a few minutes to spare, you can make an animated GIF in no time at all. In the following tutorial on creating animated GIFs, we use the Photoshop Creative Cloud 2019 version, although the steps are similar for other versions.

To open the «Timeline» window, go to the top of the navigation bar and select Window > Timeline.  The «Timeline» window allows you to toggle different layers on and off for various time spans. In this way, your still image will be transformed into a GIF.

In each frame, select how much time should pass before switching to the next frame.  To do this, click on the time lapse below each frame and choose how long you want it to appear. In our case, it is 0.5 seconds per frame.

At the bottom of the tooltip, select how many times you would like it to repeat.  The default is Once, but you can repeat it as many times as you like, even Infinite. Click Other if you want to specify a custom number of repetitions.

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If you try to create the GIF this way, you will notice that the Animation section of the Save for Web dialog box is greyed out. For this to be enabled and for you to choose the looping options, you must create what is called an image animation in Photoshop CS6. It sounds complicated, but it’s fairly easy to do. In this article, I’ll walk you through the steps to create your own animated GIF using still images.

This part of the process will probably be the longest of all the steps. There is probably an easier and faster way to do this in Photoshop, but since I’m not a professional user, I manually copied and pasted each image into a new Photoshop file. If you know of a faster way, let me know in the comments.

Now you’ll see the Timeline window open at the bottom of the screen. It should be completely empty to begin with. Now, to create an image animation, right click anywhere in the timeline area and choose Create Image Animation.

6:101. animate with photoshop: capasdani gómezyoutube – 9 nov 2018

I leave you this video tutorial, where you can find the whole process of making a gif file in the adobe photoshop cs6 tool. It is very well explained, follow the steps and so you will get to make your own projects.

ArticleName of the articleAnimated Gif in Photoshop cs6DescriptionAs you know, the animated GIF files are an image interchange format (Graphic Interchange Format), which consist of the reproduction of an image, letters or object that varies in a certain timeAutor

0:57how to make a gif with photoshopcrehanayoutube – 26 mar 2018

Now that gifs are so trendy, I’m sure you’ve ever wondered how to make them. There are quite a few tools that can do the trick, and Photoshop is of course one of them. The process is a bit lengthy but actually nothing complicated. You just need to have selected the photos you want to turn into gifs and then, with a bit of patience, get started. Don’t know where to start? In unComo.com we tell you how to make a gif with Photoshop CS6.

Selecting the «Move» tool from the left column (the one with an arrow), drag the images to the white canvas you created at the beginning. They will become different layers of that image.

At the bottom of the Timeline panel, click on «Once» to see the different options. This will allow you to select how many times you want the sequence to repeat. Normally you would set «Infinite».

Select the first frame. Then go to the «Layers» panel and click on the eye on all layers other than the first one. This will show the first image at the beginning. In the second frame, repeat the process again, leaving in this case the viewing eye only visible for the one you want to be the second image. And so on until you have finished with all the layers.

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