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Animated .GIF or .VTF filetype request


Jeff
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Recently i downloaded a filetype plugin enabling me to make my own Icons, Cursors and Animated Cursors, this plugin can be found here: http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=1152. The method for animation used is that each layer is a separate frame. It would be great if there was a filetype plugin did the same thing, although instead of saving as a animated cursor, saving as a animated .GIF image, or even a animated .VTF texture. I would find this great and extremely to use and as a Valve Hammer "Mapper" (develops custom levels for games like Half-Life and Counter-Strike Source) because as a "Mapper", something extremely helpful is if you can make your own textures for your levels, especially if you can make animated textures for things like credits. As for the .GIF animation feature, it would be awesome to be able to do this within Paint.NET rather than saving 30 images individually and using a separate program to put them together.

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....and there's an animated GIF plugin in development.

 

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