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22nd August, 2008 at 14:57:19 -

How do you make animated avatars. Typo on the last one

 
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There are a number of ways. GIFMAKE.com is a good one if you don't want to deal with all the try-before-you-buy junk (which most gif makers are) but it takes a long time to upload every picture. I personally like to use Alexander Milukov's software. http://www.am-soft.ru/ It's old, and there are a few bugs you have to work around, but it can extract frames from AVI's and make Gifs from them or bitmaps. And it's free. Anywho, if you do some digging, you may be able to find some free thing somewhere that's worth your time. Google "animated gif maker" or something. That, or or I'm sure someone around here has found some good gif making software.

 

  		
  		

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You can always do animated .gif with mmf 1-2 or tgf.

 
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I did mine with Photoshop. I'm a little jealous of the one JesseJohnston is using now, so I'll probably redo it later. Besides, some people think it looks like glowing breasts rather than eyes :/

 
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I've been using good old fasioned Jasc Animation Shop 3.02, only about 8 years old

 
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23rd August, 2008 at 14:13:32 -


Originally Posted by Neo Monkey
You can always do animated .gif with mmf 1-2 or tgf.


How can you save the frames of the animation or what ever you do with MMF2?

 
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23rd August, 2008 at 15:21:19 -

Press the export button when you are editing the animations of an active object.

 
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Originally Posted by Clubsoft
I've been using good old fasioned Jasc Animation Shop 3.02, only about 8 years old



Hey, I had that at one time... But I lost it. I loved that program.

I believe you can only export frames, not animations... (As far as I know... I've never used MMF2, only TGF2) I'm probably wrong.

 

  		
  		

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23rd August, 2008 at 20:47:00 -


Originally Posted by Jon & George Lambert
Press the export button when you are editing the animations of an active object.


But once you export both frames what do you do?

 
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23rd August, 2008 at 20:51:44 -


Originally Posted by Polkaman
There are a number of ways. GIFMAKE.com is a good one if you don't want to deal with all the try-before-you-buy junk (which most gif makers are) but it takes a long time to upload every picture. I personally like to use Alexander Milukov's software. http://www.am-soft.ru/ It's old, and there are a few bugs you have to work around, but it can extract frames from AVI's and make Gifs from them or bitmaps. And it's free. Anywho, if you do some digging, you may be able to find some free thing somewhere that's worth your time. Google "animated gif maker" or something. That, or or I'm sure someone around here has found some good gif making software.





 

  		
  		
   

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