Re: Image ready in cs4
The fun thing is CS3 and CS4 does understand animated gifs but i think adobe has conciously disabled the ability to open it to make you buy fireworks :P
To trick it into importing a gif on a windows system:
# Go directly to File - Import - Video Frames to Layers, and go to the folder of your gif file.
# In the name field type in *.gif and press return ("enter"). You should now be able to see and select gif files.
On a Mac system it's so user friendly that you can't type in anything and have to do a huge work-around. :P
- Get a full version of quicktime
- Open your gif in quicktime
- Save it as a referenced/linked movie (a .mov file that just refers to the gif file)
- Import that mov-file into photoshop the usual way.
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