I have created an original animated GIF using the latest version of Photoshop.
I exported the file from Photoshop using:
File -> Export -> Save for Web (legacy)
I can preview the animated GIF in a browser, and it animates correctly.
My problem is that when I import this in to Captivate (also the latest version), Captivate gives me a message that says "This file is not an animted GIF", which is of course incorrect.
So I have a source file created by an Adobe product that is not be accepted by another Adobe product - (Captivate)
Is this a problem w/ Captivate? Or is it a problem with my exporting technqiue?
If the P'shop technique I am using to export the animated GIF is not the right one, what is the correct technique?
I am using Windows 10 on a very well-provisioned setup - i5/6 cores, 32 gigs RAM, two video cards.
Below is the animated GIF:
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Which technique did you use in PS? I know that not everything is possible to have the animated GIF being accepted in Captivate. Each frame in PS needs a duration, masking is not working very well.
Lilybiri - Interesting that you mentioned about the "zero time" restriction.
The default in P'shop is "0.0". I changed this to '0.05' and now Captivate is accepting the file.
That is an odd problem ... considering both product are Adobe.
Have discovered that restriction many versions ago. Nothing has changed, however not all techniques I could use for SWF output are functtional in HTML5.