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  1. Ooops, I forgot to mention I used ShotCut. It's a multi-platform (free) video editor. I'm running Linux, but they also have a Windows version. Those Eagles weren't fighting, it's their mating ritual. They were young eagles going through the motion.
  2. I decided today to make a slideshow of some of my favorite Eagle pictures I've shot to date. Some were edited in PDN. I've been playing with a new video editor lately and decided to do this for testing purposes. Be sure to watch in 1080p HD...
  3. Happy belated birthday Pixey. Hope you had a great time.
  4. It's a simple math problem. Assuming you want to create an 8x10 template @ 300dpi.... 8x300= 2400 pixels 10x300= 3000 pixels Make your template 2400 x 3000 pixels. Adjust as needed for various dpi requirements.
  5. I found this kinda interesting so gave it a go using lots of different blending modes.
  6. You can do that because you're hosting it on your server. I don't know any hosting site that supports WebP, usually only gif.
  7. Why do you think that animated png is smaller file size than gif? That's never been the case in my testing done years ago. Animated png makes better quality, but larger file size. WebP is definitely more efficient, but support for it is very poor.
  8. Delete the background leaving only the car object and transparency, then flip layer.
  9. I more or less followed THIS TUT. He didn't explain how he made the object, I had to figure that out on my own. The effect uses the "Displacement" modifier and an Empty to make the animation. I've never used Blender for video editing and doubt that I would. There are much better free ones out there. I have my favorites already.
  10. Yes, I would also recommend to use the gradient tool in "Radial" mode. Set background color to white and foreground color opacity to 0.
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