Alright, I thought I’d make this quick tutorial to show how different sharpening settings can improve the quality of your GIF and to contrast how they’ll look in the end. - Of course there are much more variations than the ones I showed, they’re just those I personally use the most.
But first of all, after you’ve made your GIF (which I won’t explain anymore how to do so), go to “Filter” > “Sharpen” > “Smart Sharpen…” and make sure you have all of the settings put in that you can see HERE. - Don’t concentrate on the highlighted parts though, these are the ones you’ll have to change to get the results as demonstrated in the images for each case. That’s it. It’s really simple actually, but very effective. :)
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It’s arial italic, they also added a stroke to the text :)
read the previous answer :)
I’m actually working on a masterpost about psds for screencaps, it’ll be ready soon :)
Purtroppo non ho cs6 (o meglio, ce l’avevo ma non mi piaceva e quindi l’ho disinstallato) quindi non ho idea di come si fa a installare Topaz lì. Al massimo prova con il tutorial che trovi nel mio blog e vedi se funziona..
Yes, I use cs5 extended :)
I do have a mac but I also have an old toshiba
Yeah, I did. I got tired of the old one but I’ll probably change this one soon because it doesn’t convince me
which season? 1 or 2? :)
I don’t, sorry :(