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Use Magic Eraser tool for each layer...That will definitely speed up things


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Scott is correct, there is one app on the apple store that has the stereoscopic 3D gif effect (jittergram), BUT it's only simulated and you would have to compensate for it. As for photoshop only... see this video, it's possible you can use the same technique to create different effects.


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Peope are posting some good resources on the other answers. I just will sumarize your options. Output formats: SVG Can be animated inside the code with Javascript. Canvas Also strong Javascript understanding is needed. Animated gif It is a format that fits well your example. It is a resurected format that works fine on flat design animations. CSS ...


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There are basically three things you can do, depending on your skills and what you want. Make a video and set it to autoplay and hide the video player interface. Depending on how complex the animation will be, this might be the simplest solution, but it will result in the worst quality with the largest file size. Do SVG-animation (like recommended by Eli). ...


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With illustrator you can draw the lines and then export the svg code to your website To make an effect like this: http://codepen.io/chriscoyier/pen/bGyoz You can learn more about svg animation here https://css-tricks.com/svg-line-animation-works/


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I'm guessing this is the case actually, no, that's not the case. Animated GIFs are optimized in exactly this way...each frame only contains the parts of the image that actually changed from the previous frame. Wikipedia doesn't go deep into detail, but does mention it here: Some economy of data is possible where a frame need only rewrite a ...


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Yes, GIF files can be optimized in that way. This reduces the size of the individual frames, and thus the overall file size. Your image manipulation application might offer this; for example the Animation Optimize filters for GIMP do that: http://docs.gimp.org/2.8/en/plug-in-optimize.html


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GIF's grow very fast in File size because they are saved frame by frame unlike what video codec's do. I'd use a video instead. Combined with a autoplay feature (either trough a jquery vide plugin or trough a videoservice like vimeo or youtube which support loop and autoplay) you can get quite close to native gif functionality.


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Lets try this by make the curve as a "Smart Object". Make a outer circle instead of the curve like below image Convert the circle to smart object. Open the smart object and delete the remain parts that we don't want like below image Save the smart object and close it. Your outline curve will be come like below Now do your creative animation even ...


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Another classic adobe "feature", rotation is destructive and therefore doesn't normally tween in photoshop animation. there is a way though, try this: http://photoshopanimation.com/types-of-photoshop-animation/types-of-animation-keyframe-animation/


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Not sure why you're using Word but there are a couple of different ways Take a screenshot with snipping tool (This is a Microsoft program) or press screenshot button. You can save as a gif with snipping tools. or 1) Save the file as a PDF. File - Save as - "save type as" pdf 2) You can then convert the PDF to gif with an online convertor. This seems to ...


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I am doing this in Photoshop but the process would be the same in GIMP. Create a circle Create the divider line. This will be used to subtract from the circle. I then duplicated the layer and rotated the object. In total this is 4 objects (1 vertical, 1 horizontal and 2 angled lines). I rotated using Photoshop's smart snap but you can just rotate the ...



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