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Photoshop Elements to Anime Studio
Photoshop Elements to Anime Studio - Anime Studio Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/tips/photoshop_elements_to_anime_studio/
19 November 2015AnimeStudioTutor

This is a quick tutorial on using the Adobe Photoshop Elements export script to save your layer structure and import into Anime Studio. It will also work with Photoshop if you have that.
In this tutorial we're using Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 and Anime Studio Pro 9.5


Creating a Star Wars background in Anime Studio
Creating a Star Wars background in Anime Studio - Anime Studio Tutorial
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/drawing/creating_a_star_wars_background_in_anime_studio/
14 May 2016ShoNuff93

This is a follow up to the light saber tutorial I did last week. A lot of people were asking me how I make the background for this and some of my other pieces of art. The answer is I usually do them in illustrator but for those of you who don't have that I thought I'd recreate (at least this one) in Anime studio.

It's nothing fancy but has a few good tips in it I think that might help save some time when creating stuff like this. This one again, is a little long but at least it's only like a TV show long instead of a movie! LOL!

Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-...
Artist: http://incompetech.com/


Anime Studio Pro 9 Project Settings
Anime Studio Pro 9 Project Settings - Anime Studio 9 Pro Overview
https://www.animestudiotutor.com/interface/anime_studio_pro_9_project_settings_/
10 August 2013Smith Micro Graphics

Chad takes us through the options in the Project Settings.

Including the output dimensions : width, height and frame rate
Background colour/color
Depth of field : focus distance, focus range, max blur radius
Render style : Fill style, stroke style, layer style and minimize frame-to-frame randomness
Sort layers by depth and Sort by true distance
Noise grain
Stereo rendering : Red/Blue Anaglyph, Side By Side (YouTube friendly), cross-eyed and eye separation
Extra SWF frame
Save as defaults and reset/restore defaults


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