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How to Create a Frame Animation in Photoshop

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In today’s episode, we show you how to make a Frame Animation in Photoshop.

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Getting Started

First we start off by making a selection using the Pen Tool.  We then load that selection as a Layer Mask and bring in a couple images we want in our Frame Animation.

Creating a Frame Animation

Next we open up our Timeline and go to Frame Animation.  We then put our images into the order we want.  When we play our animation, it looks as if we are cycling through different prints.

Finishing Touches

We end it all with exporting our Animation so we can view our work online.

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