Hi all, I'm new to this forum and have learned a lot already. I'm designing a simple tweened animated image (6 frames, each a photo) for a home page using Adobe ImageReady, and the original images were forwarded to me in .jpg format.
Got the animation gif to work beautifully when previewing in the application, but in IE all the photos looked washed out (severe pixel loss). I tried optimizing each in PhotoShop as .jpg and then as .gif, and re-created the animation. There was still no difference in how it previewed in ImageReady.
Does this have something to do with the fact these were .jpgs but ImageReady may support only .gif images? Since photos are best compressed as .jpg, is there a way to get around this? I also have Fireworks but haven't yet learned how to use it for animation.
Taking this one to the experts... thanks for any pointers!