Action for Sony 828 Burst mode images into layers

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Crash, May 16, 2004.

  1. Crash

    Crash Guest

    I'm looking for an action which puts the Sony 828 Burst mode images into
    I found another solution. Put the images into a folder on their own. I
    assume they have names like a0001.jpg, a0002.jpg, ....., i.e. names with
    increasing integers in them. If you have Photoshop you probably have
    ImageReady. Ever use I.R. before? It's extremely useful for dealing with
    burst mode sequences. In I.R. go to 'File', 'Import', 'Folder As Frames'.
    This will bring in the images in as animation frames with each image on a
    separate layer. You can now save the file as a .psd which can be read into
    Photoshop. It will come into PS with the images on separate layers. I do
    quite a bit of this. Though, usually I don't bother to bring the images
    into PS. I can do want I want to do in I.R. If I want to get fancy with
    special effects, I'll bring the images into PS.

    Good luck.
     
    Crash, May 16, 2004
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  2. Crash

    Suzie Guest

    I'm looking for an action which puts the Sony 828 Burst mode images into
    layers.
    If you know the link I would be grateful if you would post it
    Many thanks
    Suzie
     
    Suzie, May 17, 2004
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  3. Crash

    Suzie Guest

    Hello Crash....many thanks for replying with a much better alternative
    solution...I have never used Image Ready before so you have opend the door
    to a new program for me.
    I want to use Burst mode to capture action shots and then string them
    together on one page for printing...this will do the job just fine and I
    will investigate other possibilties with Image Ready.
    Thanks again for your help
    Best Regards
    Suzie
     
    Suzie, May 18, 2004
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