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Have you ever needed an animated GIF to spice up a webpage or signal data is being downloaded? Learn to create custom animated graphics for your websites, mobile applications, and other interactive projects in Adobe Photoshop, with these quick and practical techniques from Chris Converse. Chris shows how to transform artwork into Smart Objects, animate layer effects with the Photoshop tween capabilities, and move and resize existing animations. Plus, CS6 users can find out how to keyframe animations with the advanced video-based Timeline panel.
Hi, this is Chris Converse, and in this course, we're going to take a look at how to create a standard and customized loading graphic that you can use on your websites, interactive projects and applications. We'll explore modifying smart objects, animating layer effects and using Photoshop's tween capabilities. We'll even transform and move animations without having to recreate all of the individual frames. And for those using Photoshop CS6 or later, I'll show you how you can use key frames to create your animations using the video timeline panel. So I hope this course sounds interesting to you, and if so, let's get started.
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