Thread: ImageReady animation stuff
March 20th, 2005, 07:35 PM #1
ImageReady animation stuff
Ok, I have 2 images in ImageReady, one animating and one not animating. How can I put the animating one into the non-animating one? I know I can go frame by frame, but is there any way to import all the animation frames into an image at once? Both files are opened in ImageReady.
Thanks for any suggestions23. That's the number of people Mr. T has pitied in the time it has taken you to read this sentence.
March 20th, 2005, 10:32 PM #2
In the file with a bunch of frames, simply highlight all the frames in the Animation palette. From the "fly out" arrow menu (the little triangle in the upper right of the palette) choose COPY FRAMES.
Then go to your other document, and in the palette menu again from the same menu choose PASTE FRAMES.
March 21st, 2005, 05:30 PM #3
Thank you, that worked. Now, is it possible for me to move or resize all the frames at once? Like I select one frame , move it and the object in all the other frames moves the same way...23. That's the number of people Mr. T has pitied in the time it has taken you to read this sentence.
March 21st, 2005, 07:02 PM #4Originally Posted by cryptoguy
March 21st, 2005, 07:31 PM #5
Let me restate my question, I don't think I was very clear. I want to select one frame, move it and the objects in the other frames to move the same way... Like if I have an animating object, and I decide I want to move it, and I want the object in all the other frames to move the same way.23. That's the number of people Mr. T has pitied in the time it has taken you to read this sentence.
March 21st, 2005, 08:34 PM #6
If you want to move an object within a frame and have it do the same for all the frames, then first you would move the object, then in the Layers Palette from the fly-out menu choose MATCH. This will duplicate that objects movement throughout all the frames.
March 21st, 2005, 09:06 PM #7
Ok, thanks a lot!23. That's the number of people Mr. T has pitied in the time it has taken you to read this sentence.
March 22nd, 2005, 02:39 AM #8
So that worked for ya? Good deal. Glad to help. Thank you for following up. So many people will just take their answer and be gone and we're left wondering if our advice actually helped them or not. Of course I'm proabably preaching to the choir, you've been here long enough to know that following-up is the right thing to do.
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