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1. Wrong forum. This forum is for publishing plugins (You make a plugin, publish it here)

2. Paint.Net is NOT an animation app. You can make a fade of one image on the second, but there is no animation.

3. To make a fade:

a) Open FIRST image

B) Choose Layers > Import From File (open the second image)

c) Show the Layers pane (Window > Layers). You should see two layers.

d) Select the HIGHER layer and double click it. a Properties window appears.

e) Set opacity to about 100-150. Click OK.

f) Choose Image > Flatten

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1. Wrong forum. This forum is for publishing plugins (You make a plugin, publish it here)

2. Paint.Net is NOT an animation app. You can make a fade of one image on the second, but there is no animation.

3. To make a fade:

a) Open FIRST image

B) Choose Layers > Import From File (open the second image)

c) Show the Layers pane (Window > Layers). You should see two layers.

d) Select the HIGHER layer and double click it. a Properties window appears.

e) Set opacity to about 100-150. Click OK.

f) Choose Image > Flatten

Ok Thanks a lot.

Forgive me for posting in a wrong place, sorry.

Thanks

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