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Betal
25-11-06, 09:03
hi everybody. i using my dads computer now. And i want to do my own animation. but i don't know which program to use. and I need a good image resizing program. i have these prgrams on my own computer but forogtt the names. Can someone give me links?

ivannnnn
25-11-06, 09:13
Why don't make this thread to Technical Forums,Betal? :)

Betal
25-11-06, 09:15
I don't know where to post it so I posted it here:)

Betal
25-11-06, 09:18
and what I mean with animation is animate pics. you know so I can use it like a a vatar. I forogtt to say it before. I've heard about a program called animation gif or something

george_croft
25-11-06, 10:21
For animations, use Adobe Photoshop to make the pics.
If you don't have have Photoshop on your dads computer download IrfanView (http://www.irfanview.com/)
And download this software (http://www.whitsoftdev.com/unfreez/) to do animations.

Betal
25-11-06, 10:54
Edit: Now I undertsand

Betal
25-11-06, 11:06
it just says:

not a GIF file, or incorrect version number

george_croft
25-11-06, 11:15
it just says:

not a GIF file, or incorrect version number

You have to save the pictures as .GIF files;)

Betal
25-11-06, 11:16
Then it says I can lost color information or what it's on english

george_croft
25-11-06, 11:20
Then it says I can lost color information or what it's on english

What software are you using for the pictures, if photoshop then save it.
But if you use paint you shouldn't save it (kommer att förstöra bilden).
But make a copy of the pic, and save the copy as a .gif and see what happens:)

Betal
25-11-06, 11:24
ok now it works:) the quality isn't good but maybe it will look bette when i rezise the pic:) so do you know a good program to resize pics?

Apofiss
25-11-06, 11:38
Microsoft Paint (good)
Microsoft Photo Editor (very good)
Adobe Photoshop / Corel Draw (excellent)
Macromedia Flash MX 2004 (excellent)
Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (superb alternative) XD

Joseph
25-11-06, 14:56
... and IrfanView (http://www.irfanview.com/) <--Excellent and freeware. :)

I do not find Paint good for resizing.