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Object Title: Animation

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Page By: swm88er

Created/Edited: Feb 14, 2007 / Feb 14, 2007

Object ID: 269831

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How To Do It!!

There are several ways to make short animation/slideshow. The way I'm most familiar with are .gif's. I was reading though the SP specs and SummitPost accepts picture formats jpeg, bmp, and gif; as long as they are fewer than 8mb. Gif’s can be animated using a number of different software (I use Adobe Premiere Pro and there may be some freeware on the web). When you make the animated gif you have to make sure the size doesn’t exceed the 8mb (or sp will not except it) so I used 3 frames per sec (at that rate you can make about a 20sec video/sideshow).

Also check-out this forum on A-N-I-M-A-T-I-O-N

IF YOU HAVE MORE WAYS ON HOW TO MAKE AN ANIMATED PICTURE PLEASE LET ME KNOW, AND I WILL ADD THE INFORMATION TO THIS PAGE.

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Bob SihlerMaybe make it an article

Bob Sihler

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Not a complaint, just a suggestion: a lot of people might find this quite useful, but you know albums disappear from What's New pretty quickly and then get little notice afterward.

If you developed the information a little more and changed this to an article, it would probably get more notice and become more valuable to members, too. Just a thought to help you with what seems like a cool idea.
Posted Feb 14, 2007 9:31 pm

swm88erRe: Maybe make it an article

swm88er

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Thanks for the suggestion. I'll go ahead and do that. I think it would make a good article, might be a while before I get to it though. Thanks again!
Posted Feb 14, 2007 9:51 pm

JakesterFor some reason...

Jakester

Voted 10/10

For some reason my gifs only animate when viewed at full size. Or maybe it's just my browser.
Posted Jul 6, 2007 5:26 pm

swm88erRe: For some reason...

swm88er

Hasn't voted

That happens when I use Adobe Photoshop. When I use Adobe Premiere I don't have the problem, Gangolf Haub said he is not sure what it is, maybe a problem with the site:(

If you look at some images in the album they have the same problem as yours.
Funny animation by the way:), it might work as your avatar...worth a shot.
Posted Jul 6, 2007 7:18 pm

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