Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Converting to a frame-based animation from Photoshop, part of Pictures that Move: Creating Cinemagraphs with Photoshop, After Effects, Flixel, and Cliplets.
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- If you need to export an image sequence,…that's pretty simple.…This would be the ideal way if you wanted…to create a series of frames, or static images,…that you intended to take into another application,…maybe Adobe Flash or you are using a tool…like After Effects to reassemble those frames.…To do this, simply choose the file…that you want to work with.…We'll go back here to our river scene,…and I'll choose File Export, Render Video.…
To make an image sequence, simply choose…Photoshop Image Sequence from the pop-up.…Now you'll see the ability to choose file formats.…Cineon is a high-bit depth in OpenEXR.…These are for HDR type images, or 32-bit images.…But you will find the ability to use things like JPEG,…Photoshop, Targe, TIFF, or BMP.…Choose the one that works best for you.…If I was gonna hand off to another tool,…I would likely choose PNG or TIFF.…
When you choose these, you'll notice…that some of them offer settings.…This allows you to adjust things like the pixel order…and whether or not there's any compression on the image.…
- Planning a cinemagraph shot
- Shooting video and time lapses for cinemagraphs
- Combining stills
- Developing a cinemagraph
- Loading image sequences and video
- Creating and refining masks
- Correcting color
- Saving and optimizing GIF images and video
Skill Level Advanced
Design the Web: Animated Loading GIFswith Chris Converse26m 10s Beginner
Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)with Julieanne Kost14h 58m Beginner
Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Fundamentalswith Deke McClelland11h 36m Intermediate
After Effects CC Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson14h 52m Appropriate for all
Using the exercise files1m 20s
1. What Are Cinemagraphs?
2. Essential Shooting Techniques
3. Developing a Cinemagraph
Bandwidth considerations5m 41s
4. Creating Cinemagraphs with Photoshop
5. Creating Cinemagraphs with Flixel
6. Creating Cinemagraphs with After Effects
7. Creating Cinemagraphs with Cliplets
8. Optimizing the Images
Next steps1m 30s
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