Creating Smooth Slideshow Transitions in Photoshop CS3 Extended.



  1. David 7 May, 2008 at 18:00 Reply

    Great, I just spent an hour creating my animation but you didnt say what format to save it in. I tried GIF but that didnt work. grrr.

  2. Rosario 12 October, 2008 at 13:49 Reply

    hi corey,

    I watched your video on creating slideshows using photoshop cs3 but i just can’t seem to make sense of your comment about “holding down the shift key”. Here’s the deal….I have several imagemy files open just like you demonstrated. So my question is how do i get all of the images into the layer section so they all show the way you have them? I’m confused!


  3. Darth 7 December, 2008 at 18:46 Reply

    Thank you so much for this! You dont know how many times i have searched youtube, google, forums on how to do what you did in ONE video! You are so awesome! Thank you!

    For anyone who i still having problems saving it you need to save it as a gif, go to “File” then “Save for Web and Devices” I made one using cs4 but its the same! THANK YOU AGAIN!

  4. Alison 25 February, 2009 at 14:58 Reply

    Thanks a bunch Cory. I blew my brains out with another video trying to do exactly this. Your video is clear and simple and just what I needed today.

    Thanks again,

  5. Krista 25 February, 2009 at 19:42 Reply

    I can’t figure out how to do this in CS4. The animation toolbar gives me the pictures in frames instead of the bar thingy

  6. Danielle 23 June, 2009 at 14:45 Reply

    Do the photos need to be all the same size? I am trying to use some vertical and some horizontal photos and when they transition to the next you can see the one before it in the background.

  7. Peter 15 October, 2009 at 12:07 Reply

    “David said on — May 7, 2008 @ 6:00 pm

    Great, I just spent an hour creating my animation but you didnt say what format to save it in. I tried GIF but that didnt work. grrr.”

    David (even though you said this over a year ago),

    You would save the file using File|Save for Web & Devices. Then a dialog box will pop up and you choose the settings you want and click save. Save it using .gif

    Thats what I do and it works everytime. Hope that helps anyone with the same problem in the future.

  8. Marc 11 April, 2010 at 08:53 Reply

    I noticed some were asking how to save this. Instead of saving it, why not try exporting it. This will give you different options that may assist with your problem.

  9. Pete 21 March, 2011 at 16:30 Reply

    For those asking how to save this, go to:
    -the File menu
    -select “Save for Web & Devices”
    All of your save options will be listed in the window.

  10. Martijn R 29 April, 2011 at 16:25 Reply

    Thank you very much for this tutorial. For everyone who had problems saving it, use:
    Save for web and devices
    then press Save at right top courner..
    this time it should work!

  11. Kaweah Dental 5 July, 2011 at 01:54 Reply

    Easy to follow procedures, works great! The file size came out to be quite big, so I reduced the fps from 30 (1.3Mb) to 5 (300Kb). Also I find that with the black frame at the beginning, the transition as it loops around does not look nice. Hiding it seems to work much better, Just my opinion. Thanks again!

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