"You could save as png, tiff, or psd and then convert that to a jpeg if you need control over the amount of jpeg compression in the file. Preview should do it.
In general, saving as an uncompressed image for final artwork is a good idea, since you…"
Hi, I wondered if anyone could answer my query, it's probably basic stuff for photographers.I am about to send some work to a publishing company..the work was created in SA at 3500 x 2400. I have saved as jpeg.. they require 'jpeg level 12' ..I am a bit confused are the ones saved from SA the same?..Is this something to do with 16 bit versus 8 bit?thanksSee More
Hello, Mark. If you mean AnimeStudioPro (moho) , I found it's easy to use has a few "bugs" you can work around. control/R for render in order to see changes and/or progress. It's all vector art resolution independent!
Mark, You can't utilize the full range of effects available in the pro version. :) I like how Pro is thrown around!
Yes studio artist is a dream come true now how to find my
way around it. (as he works now in his third year of use)
Image sequence created with frames pulled from this movie: https://vimeo.com/315553976
Those frames were posted on Facebook, and the way people reacted to them structured the way the image sequence was built.
That album is here:…
"If you want to combine different operation mode effects in a sequence to create a more complicated overall artistic effect, that is what Paint Action Sequences are for. Record all of your actions in a PASeq, then save it as a PASeq preset.
"If you run a single action step, then the editable controls of the operation mode associated with that action step are set to the values saved in the action step. You can then just press the action button in that operation mode to run the effect in…"
"Thank you, but I am still not understanding how to do this. I would like to get my watershed effect out of a PASeq so I have more control over it, basically turning that effect into a paint preset so I have control over where it starts, etc. Is this…"