Seán Duggan shows how exporting a cinemagraph is different from saving a cinemagraph. Sean teaches how to export a cinemagraph.
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- [Voiceover] Now that we have the image looking good,…with the addition of some adjustment layers,…it's time to export the file…in a format that we can share out on the web.…Before I do that, however, I am just going to save the file.…Now if you are saving this yourself…and you haven't yet saved the file,…you may of course be prompted for a location…to save the file, but the reason that I'm doing this…is that I want to point out the difference between…saving the file in this format and exporting the version…that you can actually share on the web…because this is our layered photoshop file…and it certainly is important to save this…because if you needed to come back and make any changes…to the way the image looked or to the mask…for the still image in the video…or perhaps some of the video transitions…that you created for the looping effect,…this is the file where you'd have to come and do that.…
But, in terms of exporting a version that we can share…on the web, we have to go to a different place.…So let's head there now.…
- What is a cinemagraph?
- Shooting video for a cinemagraph
- Choosing video length
- Looping video
- Organizing layers
- Using a layer mask to reveal motion
- Creating multiple motion effects in one image
- Fine-tuning video clips
- Exporting cinemagraphs as animated GIFs or video clips