rothgar Posted January 17, 2010 Share Posted January 17, 2010 Hello, I am a long time Paint.NET user (VERY long time) and I am working on an animated background for MythTV but am running into a problem. My background is just a solid blue color with a blue/white conical gradient that is supposed to be animated and move across the bottom of the screen. The problem I am having is it is very difficult to make the gradient exactly the same for every frame of the animation. I want to be able to always start my gradient at the same horizontal level of the screen (800px) and the end point is always 800px X 400px. The only difference is the starting point shifts by 10px every frame. Is there anyway to get advanced gradient settings so I can just type in the exact start/end points instead of trying to use the mouse to match up the gradient start and end points for 100+ frames? Thanks for your help. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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