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Can I save resized frames?

Post by Guest » 09.04.2007 21:35

How can I save the resized frames which make up my stacked image? I'd like to do some of my final editing by using layers in Photoshop.
Thanks, Ethan

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Post by Dan Kozub » 10.04.2007 12:18

Ethan,

Ther is no "official" way to to this. But you may use Create animation feature to export adjusted jpeg files. I would suggest you to use 100% size and max jpeg quality.

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animation?

Post by Guest » 16.08.2007 23:01

I've just downloaded the trial version for Mac and I don't see the animation option, is this Windows only? are there other features that are not available on the Mac?

thanks,

j

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Re: animation?

Post by Bart_van_der_Wolf » 17.08.2007 10:09

Anonymous wrote:I've just downloaded the trial version for Mac and I don't see the animation option, is this Windows only? are there other features that are not available on the Mac?
I experienced the same thing with the Windows trial version, but it is available in the registered Pro version. I therefore think it is disabled in the trial version. I'd still like to to be able and save as TIFFs as well though, maybe in a future version.

Bart

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Post by Ariel » 18.08.2007 03:42

It's not available in mac, as mac is still version 3.x. You could use darwine, maybe, for the windows version?

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