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#1 11 years ago

Hi, I used to be able to do this, however, I seem to have forgotten how to :uhm:

What I would like to do is add, for instance, a 2px stroke to all images of an animation. I think it was something to do with unifying the layer effects, but I just can't seem to get it to work again.

I'm using Photoshop CS2. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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#2 11 years ago

Are you creating the animation or you are trying to add a border to a .GIF you found somewhere?




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#3 11 years ago

I'm creating an animation, importing frames from a .mov video.


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#4 10 years ago

Anyone?

I tried using the Match Layer Style options, but for some reason it just doesn't update the rest of the frames in the animation.


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#5 10 years ago

As far as I know you have to link all the layers, right click on one and select Copy Layer Style then right click again and select Paste Style to Linked.

Make sure you do this in Frame One and have Propogate Frame One Changes on.




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#6 10 years ago

Strange, used to be able to do that via the unify function....your method works like a charm though.

Thanks!


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