Antiquated GIF versus the better PNG


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Antiquated GIF versus the better PNG

All right, I'm still working inside the Final MH banner 4x.psd file. This time we're going to downsample the image and save it out as a PNG graphic. I'll go to the File menu. And choose the Save for Web & Devices command, Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S, or Command+Shift+Option+S on the Mac. You get the whopping big dialog-box of course. The Image Size is its original Image Size. So you're going to have to change those values again by entering 590 and pressing the Tab key to get it down to its final Web dimensions. I'm going to go ahead and zoom in on the image so we can keep an eye on it. You know what? Let's go to 2-Up display, why don't we? That'd be crazy.

I'll go ahead and zoom out and click to, so that we can see more of the image at a time. So notice that the bottom preview retains the last settings we applied. So GIF Perceptual, Color 64, Diffusion, Dither 50, and so on and so on. Let's go ahead. Select the top graphic. I'm going to click the Preset ...

Antiquated GIF versus the better PNG
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Antiquated GIF versus the better PNG provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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