I have a logo with multiple layers in Photoshop. Is there a way within Photoshop to create a vector path/vector information to prep it for ProAnimator? Maybe save it as an eps file with the vector info? I'm just guessing, but have no clue how to do it or if it is even possible without Illustrator.
Re: Preparing Logo without Illustrator by Jon Okerstrom on Sep 9, 2007 at 5:38:08 pm
You can create paths in Photoshop, then export them in AI format. However, it's no where near as flexible or powerful as doing it in Illustrator. If your artwork is the least big complex, you'll want Illustrator's full range of vector tools.
I just got ProAnimator and am 'just playing' right now to learn it. It's awesome and I love how much you can do within the program. I wish I had Illustrator, but don't since I use Apple Final Cut and Motion, not the Adobe Suite.
I have my own logo I wanted to mess around with, within ProAnimator, but don't know how to prep it to bring it in.
How would I create a path with vector info in Photoshop? My logo is a tripod with an eye on top. You can see it at http://www.premierimageprod.com. Is this logo too complex to add the vector paths to? I'm more of a video editor than graphic artist, but am moving into 3D animation.