I. INTRODUCTION Learning AnimationA rapid display of a sequence of images, or animation, gives the illusion of movement. In Photoshop you can make animation from your images. You can make an animation through slight adjustments to a variety of images and after that, you can alter the timing between the appearances. If you transform an image into HTML for display on a web page, the images are transformed into cells within an HTML table, and animations are files in object folders. Extending Photoshop Skills to Video Photoshop Extended and Apple QuickTime(r) application can be used to play or modify video. Most of the Photoshop ability you apply to images is applied to video clips. You don't need to buy expensive cameras to shoot video. Any common point-and-shoot digital camera has the capability to shoot video. (So get ready to harness your inner-Scorsese!) Fine-Tuning Images with Camera Raw Photos you shoot with your own digital camera can be edited using Adobe Bridge and the Camera Raw dialog box. The Camera Raw dialog box to alter photos that are in RAW format (as as well as JPG and TIFF formats) while keeping all original image's information. Visit:- https://ryoshitoken.com/ II. CREATE AND PLAY BASIC ANIMATION Understanding Animation You can utilize nearly every type of graphic image to create exciting animation effects. You can change the position of objects in your image or overlay them to blend into one another. When you've placed the images that you want to animate in a single location then you decide on the way and when you want the animation to run. Creating Animation on the Animation Panel Be aware that an animation is nothing more than a series of still images presented in a fast pace to create appearance of motion. The Animation panel displays an image thumbnail of the animation image in every frame. A frame is an independent image that is used for animation. When you create a brand new frame in the Animation panel, you create a duplicate of the current frame, and you are able to modify the duplicate frame to suit your needs. The layers that are visible on the Layers panel appear on the selected frame, and thus, in the animation. The following is the essential steps to making a simple animation Then, you can place images on layers inside the fi le. a Hide all but one layer. A Duplicate the frame, shut off the layer you want to display before turning on the layer you wish to view. Animating Images If you look at the Layers panel , as shown in the figure below you'll see there are images on two layers. The Animation panel contains two frames: one for each layer. In the case of frame 1, the man appears on the image. When frame 2 has been selected the woman appears. When the animation is playing it will show the images of woman and the man alternate. Moving and Deleting Frames To move a frame a different spot, select the frame in the Animation panel, then drag it into a new location. For contiguous frames Press and hold [Shift], and then select the frames you wish to add. For non-contiguous frames press and hold [Ctrl] (Win) (Win) or (Mac), and then select the frames you wish to include. It is possible to delete frames by clicking in the Animation panel then dragging it until the Delete selected frames button on the animation panel. Looping the Animation You can change how often the animation plays by pressing the Selects looping options in the Animation panel, and after that, you can select Once, 3 times, forever, or Other. If you choose Other then the Set Loop Count dialog box appears, where you can input the number of loops you want. Previewing the Animation If you're looking to preview an animation, you'll have a few choices: a You can use the buttons that are located on below the panel for animation. When you press the Play animation button, the animation will play. You can preview and test the animation in your web browser using the Preview the optimized picture in browser option in the Save for Web & Devices dialog box. Converting Animation Frames to a Timeline The default Animation panel shows frames however, you can alter the panel so that it displays a timeline. You change the display using the Convert to animation timeline button located in the lower-right corner of the Animation (Frames) panel. (Return to showing frames by clicking button Convert into frame-based animation option when the timeline is shown.) Below is a diagram of an Animation (Timeline) panel. As you drag the bars to each layer of your animation, the image will change to show the effect of your actions. The default Animation panel shows frames, but you can change the panel to show the timeline. You change the display when you click the Convert to timeline animation button in the lower-right corner of the Animation (Frames) panel. (Return to display frames by pressing the Convert to Frame Animation button when the timeline is shown.) The figure below illustrates what's in the Animation (Timeline) screen. As you move the bar on each layer of this animation the graphic updates to show the effect of your actions. Exporting to Zoomify By using Zoomify, the Export to Zoomify option, you are able to publish your high-resolution photos on the internet so that viewers can zoom and pan them into greater detail. Using this feature, your photo will download at the same time as a comparable size JPEG file. The figure below illustrates the ZoomifyTM Export dialog box that is accessible by clicking File in the Application bar, clicking Export, then clicking Zoomify.