Progressive Rendering

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by AainaA, Aug 30, 2004.

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  1. AainaA

    AainaA New Member

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    Okay guys! I'm sure you have at least tried your hands at Adobe PS. Now most of you may or may not have saved your art work using Progressive Rendering {PR} aka Interlacing. Progressive rendering or interlacing help to mask the time delay in downloading larger JPEG and GIF files.

    Way back in 1996, I used to layer my webart work by going down to just 2 colors and super-impose the other 96 color work so that the 2 colors dload first before the 96 one. Do you know of any other way to "interlace" your art work so as not to loose the colors/hues or any other methods for PR?

    Later,
     
  2. zkiller

    zkiller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    when using the jpeg format, you can dither (sp?) it. shaves off a few pounds from the file size. i remember back when javascript pre-loaders were commen for web sites.
     
  3. Praetor

    Praetor New Member

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    Photoshop's got a pretty neato Save as Web File option which works pretty decently now .... the matte feature comes in handy for smaller logos where colors can be a bit mangled
     
  4. Praetor

    Praetor New Member

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    Grow up child. And do stay on topic
     

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