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    Default Adobe Photoshop CC

    Hello

    I want to make gifs but this is what I get when I import a vid.


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    The message seems obvious enough: your version of windows isn't compatible with the Video frames to Layers function.
    What OS are you using? It doesn't look that old...
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    It's probably Vista. Vista never works, haha.

    But yeah, as Allseeyineye said, it seems the operating system on your computer isn't compatible with importing video to Photoshop?




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    Back in CS5 you needed to have QuickTime installed on your computer as well, in order for PS to support motion images and video.

    CS6 and CC can handle it without any other apps.

    Try uninstalling and clean all PS files, reinstall and see if it works better.
    It could also be your graphics cards settings in PS or old card drivers that are interfering.

    Give them all a look into and let us know



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    Quote Originally Posted by Allseeyineye View Post
    The message seems obvious enough: your version of windows isn't compatible with the Video frames to Layers function.
    What OS are you using? It doesn't look that old...

    Quote Originally Posted by Apathy View Post
    It's probably Vista. Vista never works, haha.

    But yeah, as Allseeyineye said, it seems the operating system on your computer isn't compatible with importing video to Photoshop?
    I use Windows 7.

    Quote Originally Posted by cc.RadillacVIII View Post
    Back in CS5 you needed to have QuickTime installed on your computer as well, in order for PS to support motion images and video.

    CS6 and CC can handle it without any other apps.

    Try uninstalling and clean all PS files, reinstall and see if it works better.
    It could also be your graphics cards settings in PS or old card drivers that are interfering.

    Give them all a look into and let us know
    I'll re-check the settings on my graphics cards etc.

    So import video frames to layers will work on Photoshop CS5?

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    If you have QuickTime installed on your computer, as far as I can remember.
    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/



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    Quote Originally Posted by cc.RadillacVIII View Post
    If you have QuickTime installed on your computer, as far as I can remember.
    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
    Downloaded Quicktime but it still says:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law View Post
    Why no, I did not try to click that^ No siree, definitely not, such an absurd accusation.


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    Never mind. All i had to do was re-start my computer. Thanks for your help!

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    Hehe, alright!

    Happy to help and now go nutts on them gifs.



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