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Old 08-29-2009, 12:04 AM
Lee_Hitsugaya Lee_Hitsugaya is offline
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Help with animated gif in CS4

Hey everyone,

I know I'm new however I joined because I have a big problem...However, first I kinda have to describe my project...

Last Month I hit an Anime convention called "Anime-Expo" (or AX for those in the know ) Anyways. I did a little lipsync on stage to Green Day's "Know Your Enemy" and it was a bit boring. So for my next one at Anime Los Angeles (ALA) I plan to do "The Static Age" also by Green Day.

I watched the video playback of my preformance and noticed it needed a bigger "Green Day" feel, so I decided to make a 4 min animated gif montage similar to what is seen during the Green Day live show.

Now, I managed to make static move inside the eyes of a gas mask stencil
http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t...tatic-eyes.gif

Anyways, I saved that as a .psd, that way I could edit the eyes to put in whatever. So I put in the first frame changes to the eyes and it worked fine, yet when I cloned the first frame and changed it a bit for the second frame, the first one changed too! How do I stop this from happening? This is sorta time sensitive as I'm only using the Trial version of CS4 Essencials, and have 29 days left.

Thanks in Advance
-Steven Samuels
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Old 09-04-2009, 05:47 PM
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Re: Help with animated gif in CS4

Uncheck the propagate checkbox in the layers panel.

Last edited by mikedimples; 09-04-2009 at 05:56 PM. Reason: mispelled
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