Share
Go down
avatar
Montana
GB master

Montana GB master
GB Coins : 8242
Level : Hobbyist
Program : Photoshop
Behaves well.
Posts : 895
Likes : 316
View user profilehttp://iconskouliki.forumgreek.com

Discussion 2 Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:54 am


hello why is that rounded dotted thing when i save the rank ?
avatar
Technician
Technician
GB Coins : 2142
Level : Amateur
Program : Photoshop CS5
Behaves well.
Posts : 113
Likes : 88
View user profile

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 1:53 pm
My guess is that it were semi-transparent pixels. But because gif only works with solid colors, the semi-transparent colors have been converted.

What I would try is start from your rounded rectangle form and use only clipping masks. Or you can try to add to all the layers a layer mask with the rounded rectangle form.
avatar
Montana
GB master

Montana GB master
GB Coins : 8242
Level : Hobbyist
Program : Photoshop
Behaves well.
Posts : 895
Likes : 316
View user profilehttp://iconskouliki.forumgreek.com

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 2:33 pm
Ok i have one layer down solid blue but i need the half second layer to be darker so the result wil be like that ... darker color or trasparent oprtion is the problem?


Request Free Graphics 
Graphic Softwares (Freeware)
avatar
Technician
Technician
GB Coins : 2142
Level : Amateur
Program : Photoshop CS5
Behaves well.
Posts : 113
Likes : 88
View user profile

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:20 pm
Normally it shows only pixels that are in the file.

You can look for the layer causing the problem by placing a temporary background layer in a solid color, then you should be able to see the dots. If you toggle all the layers one by one on/off you can see which one causes these. When you remove the outstanding pixels it should be oke.


avatar
Montana
GB master

Montana GB master
GB Coins : 8242
Level : Hobbyist
Program : Photoshop
Behaves well.
Posts : 895
Likes : 316
View user profilehttp://iconskouliki.forumgreek.com

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:39 pm
ok i will try and put the results thanks for your help


Request Free Graphics 
Graphic Softwares (Freeware)
avatar
Montana
GB master

Montana GB master
GB Coins : 8242
Level : Hobbyist
Program : Photoshop
Behaves well.
Posts : 895
Likes : 316
View user profilehttp://iconskouliki.forumgreek.com

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sat Mar 19, 2016 3:50 pm
edit :
 did it !!!
all about the right settings

my other question is how all the changes i do like color will automatically change to all animation layers ...cause now i have to do manual the changes  cyclops
i do the changes on the first animation layer and effect all layers but not the changes with opacity i have to do them every time
avatar
Technician
Technician
GB Coins : 2142
Level : Amateur
Program : Photoshop CS5
Behaves well.
Posts : 113
Likes : 88
View user profile

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sun Mar 20, 2016 10:38 pm
Maybe something that will help you to make smoother animations is to use the Tween-option . This option will insert intermediate layers, so the animation is smoother. This way you can easily make a fading, scrolling, growing ... effect.
avatar
Montana
GB master

Montana GB master
GB Coins : 8242
Level : Hobbyist
Program : Photoshop
Behaves well.
Posts : 895
Likes : 316
View user profilehttp://iconskouliki.forumgreek.com

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Sun Mar 20, 2016 11:32 pm
yes i do that ...thanks


Request Free Graphics 
Graphic Softwares (Freeware)
avatar
Admin
Admin
GB Coins : 2040
Behaves well.
Posts : 858
Likes : 82
View user profilehttp://graphicballoon.huhohi.com

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

on Thu Mar 31, 2016 8:07 pm
Answered.
Sponsored content

Discussion 2 Re: Animation question

Back to top
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum