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Cropping a layer in gif

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Aug 16, 2023 Aug 16, 2023

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Hey there:) 

I want to creat a gif consisting of around 6 images. The issue is that part of the images were cropped 4x5 and part 2x3. How can I crop only one of the images inside that gif and leave the other ones as they are? If I press "C" to crop, it crops each image...

If I dont crop the 4x5 images it shows grey zone in the gif...

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Community Expert , Aug 16, 2023 Aug 16, 2023
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If I press "C" to crop, it crops each image...

By @Michael31522138akiv

 

 

Cropping crops the entire document — that's how the Crop tool works. If you have images on separate layers in the same document, try this:

  • Select the layer in the Layers panel
  • Cmd+T (or Edit > Free Transform) > Scale the one image on the one layer. Look in the options bar at the Width and Height controls and confirm they are identical, then accept the transformation.

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If I press "C" to crop, it crops each image...

By @Michael31522138akiv

 

 

Cropping crops the entire document — that's how the Crop tool works. If you have images on separate layers in the same document, try this:

  • Select the layer in the Layers panel
  • Cmd+T (or Edit > Free Transform) > Scale the one image on the one layer. Look in the options bar at the Width and Height controls and confirm they are identical, then accept the transformation.

Jane

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Thank you so muuuuch! IT WORKS:)

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You're welcome @Michael31522138akiv 😊

 

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If you want to trim edges on just one layer, you can apply a rectangular pixel or vector mask to that layer. This will hide edges without scaling the layer.

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