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Hellfire010

Make an Animated .GIF with Paint.NET

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Thanks for the great tut...Its awsome! :D:D:D

Very newbie-frendly.

I have a newbie question....

umm....how can you show your animated works to show up in your message?

:oops:

Thanks heaps

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I captured 20 frames from a wmv file in Moviemaker, then added the ink sketch effect on each one in PDN, created the gif with Unfreez and ..

VOILA!

leila.gif

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You can make gifs with (simulated) alpha, too.

gif09448.gif

If you're interested in how to do this, please read my alpha dithering tutorial

That's a good way to do fake partial transparency. APNG's are better though.

I captured 20 frames from a wmv file in Moviemaker, then added the ink sketch effect on each one in PDN, created the gif with Unfreez and ..

VOILA!

leila.gif

Wow that seems like hard work. How long did it take?

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I captured 20 frames from a wmv file in Moviemaker, then added the ink sketch effect on each one in PDN, created the gif with Unfreez and ..

VOILA!

leila.gif

wow, thats really nice...what is the dog looking at and then running away from?

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Hi, I am new to Paint.net and to this forum. But I was truely amazed by all your tutorials. So I learned a few and put them all in 1 image. I hope it isnt too large or too annoying. I just wanted to show you all what You have taught me. :)

WRENCHERFIRE-1.gif

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