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Old 17-08-2009, 05:05   #1 (permalink)
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Good evening, I am hoping with all of the expertise here I can get some advice. I am using Photoshop Elements 6.0 and 5.0. I was able to put together an animated ( rotating ) copyright but unfortunately the side affect is a very poor quality photo. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Re: Animated copyright

I think the problem is that you are adjusting the photo to the .gif instead of the other way around.
IMO the solution is to use a watermark you can adjust to your photo. a subtle watermark, you don't want the watermark attracting all the attention anyway.
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Re: Animated copyright

... Ahhh... that creates a "Moving Picture"....
Your picture would then require something like a flash player to view it on, for instance, and most non-HDMI video players are not of high enough quality to view a VERY high quality picture....
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Re: Animated copyright

I can post the photo offsite for those that would like to see what I have or what I was trying to work torwards. I understand Sotelo's comment. I was infact trying to draw the viewers to the copyright but only for the advertisement aspect, but I was greedy and would like to have the photo clarity as well. I appreciate the comments, thank you.
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Re: Animated copyright

From what you say, I think you're trying to achieve an animated logo on a photo? Problem is one of chalk and cheese: animated logos use GIFs with their very limited number of colours (for space efficiency) whilst pics use JPGs with an extremely high number of colours. Think what you really need is a GIF in/on a JPG and I'm unaware of any such thing
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I can post the photo offsite for those that would like to see what I have or what I was trying to work torwards. I understand Sotelo's comment. I was infact trying to draw the viewers to the copyright but only for the advertisement aspect, but I was greedy and would like to have the photo clarity as well. I appreciate the comments, thank you.
the only way I can think now is through a HD video, something like ProShow.
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