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Nittany Tiger Forum Mod

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#1 10 years ago

Hey. I'm having trouble sizing this .gif file down. I used GIMP to size it down, but the resulting image with have residual pixels that messes up the image (I can post a copy if you'd like). If someone else has another program that handles .gifs (I'm sure someone does =p), could you size my image down so it can fit in an avatar and make sure that it's similar to the original.

Here is a link to the file. It's a large file because it's a 16 second .gif image.

Also, GIMP puts a delay in the animation to, according to GIMP, keep the file from hogging up CPU. Could that delay be removed? The .gif should run right around 33ms per frame.

Thanks.

Da file: Lucky_Haruhi_2__1-8-2008 1.gif




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#2 10 years ago

I might be able to try with Animation shop. But the download didn't work. I got an error on opening the file about access privileges...




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#3 10 years ago

Okay I'll try it, but would you like 100x100px or 120x120px? The image's file size can be reduced a bunch by 100x100. Just need to know before I submit. Aw hell I'll just make a bunch of sizes for you.




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#4 10 years ago

120x120 preferred. If not, you can do 100x100. The problem with the small size overall is that the characters are hard to see in parts.

Penguin_Unit, I can give the file to you in another format (like .avi) and see if that works. An AVI would actually be better because it's a lot smaller, but a conversion to a GIF is necessary.




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#5 10 years ago

Killer Kyle;4149004120x120 preferred. If not, you can do 100x100. The problem with the small size overall is that the characters are hard to see in parts.

Penguin_Unit, I can give the file to you in another format (like .avi) and see if that works. An AVI would actually be better because it's a lot smaller, but a conversion to a GIF is necessary.

120x120 will work fine, mate. I'll get to work on it now.




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#6 10 years ago

Thanks. :)




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#7 10 years ago

I tried to import it to my photoshop, I guess it's for GIMP only, I can still do it but I'd need a url to the image and I'll save it as a gimp for my photoshop, because it just appeared as a blank white image in photoshop.




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#8 10 years ago

I'll see what I can do.

Also, I forgot to mention to keep the height/width dimensions the same.

EDIT: I'm having trouble getting to the files online, so it may be a while before I can provide you a link to the image. EDIT2: I have GIMP like I said above. I can open and save a copy of the files in GIMP and that may solve your problem with the file not opening.




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#9 10 years ago

I don't think I can do anything with .avi files. I certainly don't know the first thing about editing them.




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#10 10 years ago

What can you edit?

@ Retherferd: Here's a direct link to the image. It's the small version, so it should hopefully be small in filesize. Also, speed it up from what it's moving at (It should be at 33ms/frame). If you have to go slower, at least make the animation smooth and try not to cut anything out.

http://38.114.207.26/d0bd4510d9d18eaa0a8ee637722953514g.jpg




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