Friday, 23 August 2013
Woohoo at last, I have submitted my 5Sec greyscalegorilla project, for which I had only noticed the deadline 2 days before.
So hop! cracked on with it in 4/5 hours or so... and uploaded it.
Monday, 19 August 2013
Between the 16Th - 18Th August 201, I went camping in Peak district with some friends.
I am not a hard core hiker, but love exploring the UK countryside's whenever I have the time and money.
So, instead of buying a hiking map for £14.99 and maybe never using it again, I found a couple of good websites which give you loads of routs, such as:
Import prep Photoshop files into AE
So when working in Motion or Video the DPI value has no importance ( i.e: 72 or 300 dpi is the same), what will really affect your artwork is the PIXEL DIMENSION of your source file.
The pixels needs to be be enough or event bigger then the AE screen dimension your working on.
i.e: Your AE comp is 1280 x 720, then make sure your photoshop file is the same.
If you plan to have a zoom for instance, then make sure the files in bigger in photoshop. i.e: 1480x 920 for example.
However do not make your photoshop files TOO BIG as it will suckup all your AE memory.
Source info: http://archive.divergentshadows.com/dv/ae/notes/photoshop.shtml
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