6 Replies Latest reply on Apr 6, 2018 10:23 AM by JJMack

    Tweening creates white fade in between frames?




      I am trying to create a frame animation in photoshop. I want the frames to transition into each other by a fade effect, which the tweening tool seems to do.

      The background in this part of my animation is supposed to be a solid blue. I wanted to fade to the next frame, keeping that same background. The way that tweening works seems to create this lighter background between the frames due to the transparency changes (as I try to show with the screenshot). Is there a way to tween so that only the next frame becomes more opaque instead of a blending between both layers' transparencies, so that the blue in this case would stay the same?