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Thursday, January 13, 2011

'Separating Glitter'

"Separating Glitter"

If you'd like to link to this tutorial, or print for your own use. Please feel free to do so. This tutorial was written using PSP 9. This will also work 8, 9, 10 and 11 and 12

Hello everyone, in this Tutorial, we're going to learn how to separate our glitter frames, so we can make our text glitter like we want it too!

Ok, now I am going to ask you to open Animation shop (AS). Open a glitter file that you've saved in AS. You will see that it has 3 frames.

On the first glitter frame, click it, until it is highlighted in red, then go up above, click file, go down to Export, then click on "to Paint Shop Pro" PSP will open, you will see that glitter frame there, above click on file, and save as. Name the file Blue1.

**For all of you who use PSP 8, when you click SAVE AS a little box will come up, you need to click Options, another little box will appear, you will see it says "Save Options" You need to make sure under "Compression" LZ77 Compression has a check by it, and down where you see "Versions" You need to save as PSP 7 Compatable. Click Ok. These settings will stay this way, you do not have to go back and do this over again once they're set. THIS IS ONLY FOR PSP 8 users.

Now once you have saved your first frame as Blue1. repeat the steps in AS with the next two frames. Click the 2nd glitter frame, go to file, export to PAINT SHOP PRO. In psp save as Blue2. Repeat this same step for the 3rd and last frame.

Congratulations, you have separated your glitter frames..

Now follow me to the next tutorial, where you will learn how to make your text glitter.

This Tutorial was Written out by me, ann. If there is any resemblance to any other tutorials, it's coincidental..Please do not claim this Tutorial as your own..Thank you

©Ann

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