It is quick and easy to prepare, optimize and save images for the web.
Por que hay que hacer comentarios antes de ver el tutorial?
Great! …needed to know that since I do a lot of images for web!
The ability to ‘save as’ instead of dragging an icon to a folder would be appreciated.
@Truffy the ability to ‘save as’ is there. Simply hit “next” top right of screen in blue and you get the option. I welcome the icon drag as it provides a simple option to save different versions in various web formats even on the fly.
The export for web video tutoriel doens’t starr
@Sylvie, try using Safari browser.
How come I don’t have a quality slider?
@Marcia, try enlarging the document window to view the entire Tool Options bar.
I can NOT make it play. another frame got out of the original one and can NOT be played…….
P.S. I am using safari 6.0.2
@Sidney, try watching it on YouTube:
I notice that PNGs exported for web are a lot smaller (file size kilobytes) than PNGs exported normally. What is the web export version doing differently? PNGs use lossless compression so why wouldn’t every PNG created by Pixelmator be as small as possible? Is it because it’s automatically reducing the palette when I export for web?
Export for Web feature drops all extra file information, such as meta data, color profiles, etc., therefore the file size is smaller.
2 Pixelmator icons on the Dock !
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I was curious if you ever considered changing the structure of your blog?
Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people
could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or
two images. Maybe you could space it out better?