In CS6, I cannot find the option to extend the duration of my photoshop document. I am using Photoshop to make a short hand-drawn animated film. Currently, the document is 300 frames long, but I would like to extend that to 400 frames. Can anyone help, please? (I'm working in timeline mode, not frame mode.)
I could easily change the duration of a document in CS5 by clicking on the little drop-down menu in the top right corner of the animation panel, then going to "Document Settings" where I could change the duration and the frame rate. When I click the drop-down in CS6, I find the frame rate option, but no duration.
It seems like this is a simple necessary option, and I hope I'm just missing something very obvious here.
Thank you for any help you can provide (including alternative workflows.)
You should be able to extend the timeline by just extending one of the clips. I'm not on my CS6 machine, so I can't verify and I can't seem to find the pertinent help info, either. *d'oh*
the modal dialogue you posted is not available in CS6. I guess the only workaround is to edit the whole animation in Photoshop CS 5 or 5.5. I won't buy CC for a feature which had been there in versions prior to CS6 – actually I expect to see this in a free update of Photoshop CS6. I am really wondering what the programmers of Photoshop are thinking to withdraw such an important feature like defining the overall lenght of an animation?