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#1 12 years ago

hey, i dont have adobe after effects, and i would like to create a simple animation where i can have 3 frames fading slowly so, if someone could direct me to a free prog that would allow me to do that, i would be greatfull

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#2 12 years ago

You don't use Adobe after affects, as long as you got photoshop, you should have Image Ready, and you use Image Ready for animation.




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#3 12 years ago

well could someone give me a siple tutorial on how to get a fade effect goin, it looks very confusing for me :D




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#4 11 years ago

is that a no then? i would like to do animated sigs but i just cant get my head round the prog




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#5 11 years ago

Well i don't know what you mean by Fade affect, maybe give us an example.




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#6 11 years ago

argh i cant find any examples, lol but what im talking about is a static sig with various text fading in and fading from one to the other in a smooth fashion




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#7 11 years ago
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#8 11 years ago

i get a page not found for that link, that sucks




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#9 11 years ago

That is odd- it's not the link I provided originally. Here, try this link- it's to [COLOR=blue]Tutorial Outpost.com[/COLOR] It is full of great, step by step tutorials to help you navigate yourself through PS, Flash, Illustrator, and 3D Studio Max.




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#10 11 years ago

Right it's pretty simple.

1. Make what you want like you would usually. 2. Now port it to ImageReady. 3. Make a new frame by clicking this : tween8ru.jpg 5. Turn something off using they 'eye' eyeitem9yv.jpg 6. Click Tween (see step 3 image) 7. Choose "Opacity" and say 3 frames.

Try that.