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Old 2003-12-17, 21:39   Link #61
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Old 2004-01-05, 18:41   Link #62
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just to give u guys a hint.........the animation part really takes a while..........but since u guys r taking from a video it probebly takes alot less then it did for me to make my sig animated..........took me @ least 2 hours....... + plus the mistakes i made..........lucky u guys got Uzumaki626 to put his time helping ppl how to make their own GIF...............certainly.......Uzumaki626 u r the greatest =P
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Old 2004-01-05, 19:12   Link #63
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I figured I'd reply, just so I could be one of the cool people who's posted in this thread.
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Old 2004-01-05, 19:15   Link #64
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I figured I'd reply, just so I could be one of the cool people who's posted in this thread.
i quoted jappi's post for i am one of his lemmings.
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Old 2004-01-06, 20:46   Link #65
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Why in god's name are you people using the orginal Virtual Dub? And not Virtual Dub Mod, which could solve many of our Virtual Dub related problems.
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Old 2004-01-06, 22:31   Link #66
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Why in god's name are you people using the orginal Virtual Dub? And not Virtual Dub Mod, which could solve many of our Virtual Dub related problems.
That's like taking a 25 pound hammer to drive a 1 inch finishing nail.
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Old 2004-01-07, 17:02   Link #67
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i've made so many freakin avatars its crazy
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Old 2004-01-08, 15:27   Link #68
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thanks for the comment Cldmani

I use the original Virtual Dub because when i first started making Gifs, i found that program lying around in my hard disk, so i Just started using it and it works just fine for me. The Virtual Dub part of the process for me is the easiest, mark in mark out save image sequence and bam your done. I dont know the Mod one so i cant really say anything about it
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Old 2004-01-12, 15:05   Link #69
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Nice tutorial.
I haven't actually used content from vids before for any of my past works but seeing your tutorial has inspired a new idea for my next sig. Unfortunately, like Cldmani said, doing animated work takes a long time. Btw nice to see you here Cldmani, it's always great bumping into AO members in other forums.
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Old 2004-01-14, 21:34   Link #70
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whenever i upload my gif to a site and it loads, i always see it moving slowly and taking forever but it loops fast and nice on my comp, is this normal?
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Old 2004-01-15, 01:54   Link #71
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thanks Skillzpay , and Tokubetsu EX, my laptop at school has this same problem, but i never really looked into it sorry.
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Old 2004-01-15, 19:40   Link #72
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No I should be thanking you Uzumaki626 for the inspiration
Although I'm not using the new sig I made here, you can check it out at http://skillzpay.animeonline.net and you'll see both the still and animated versions of the sig in my user gallery.
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Old 2004-01-15, 20:21   Link #73
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My guess would be that the 0ms for frames 1 - 42 isn't working well with the webbrowser. I would key the master frame delay to something like around 30ms but as each frame here is specified (1 - 42) to render 0ms, the 42 frames will need to drop the delay key to allow the master delay to function properly, or you could configure all 42 0ms frames to a higher number (xxms) delay time.
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Old 2004-01-21, 12:20   Link #74
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Great Tutorial !!!!!
Really easy to understand.

I just made my first animated .gif, but uploadit.org doesnt allow gif files, only jpg's.
Thats why i wanted to ask where you guys upload you gifs to post them here ??
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Old 2004-01-24, 15:12   Link #75
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Glad you could understand the tutorial but I do think uploadit allows gifs, you should try again, because i have seen GIFS on uploadit before
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Old 2004-01-24, 23:35   Link #76
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Is there an easy way to break up the frames from something other than a video? For example, a game. Or do you have to capture each frame?
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Old 2004-01-25, 04:49   Link #77
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Glad you could understand the tutorial but I do think uploadit allows gifs, you should try again, because i have seen GIFS on uploadit before
Sorry, what i wrote before was not 100% correct

The free Trial Membership at uploadit.org only alows .jpg Files
If you make a real Account (wich costs money of course) you can upload whatever you want (till 20MB i think)

I just thought there might be another site where yould upload your stuff for free, wich allows gif's


Geeshh what a Cheepass i am
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Old 2004-01-27, 01:46   Link #78
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Oh damn they changed the site since last time i was there, last time i was there you didnt even have to sign up or anything and you could upload GIfs and what not. Ahh sites always gay out like this and make you sign-up for every single thing these days

and CardCaptorMoody if the game has a screenshot button, like half-life, you could keep pressing the screenshot button really fast as you are moving or something and then compile those screenshots into a gif using imageready, but halflife also has a demo record thing but i never used it, but you get my point. If the game has a special feature to screenshot you can keep pressing the screenshot button otherwise I am not to sure what you do as I dont make GIFS from games
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Old 2004-02-04, 16:53   Link #79
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Well, followed your wise guide on making the ulitmate weapon, the 'GIF'... However, it seems like if you have too much images, the Adobe Image Ready won't be able to read all of them.... Is there a limit on how many images for an gif btw? Nonetheless, thanks a lot Uzumaki626!
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Old 2004-02-05, 01:10   Link #80
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Well I have loaded over 500 images on imageready before in one GIF file, if you need more than that i cant help you there
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