Ulead GIF Animator help

Discussion in 'Tech & Support' started by Jesster32388, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    I'm new to using the program and was wondering if I could get some help. After I have selected the frames I want to use from a clip it runs at a normal speed in the animation time line but then when I preview it or save, it runs really slow. I know it's most likely something simple to figure out but I can't find anything online to help me so was just wondering if I could get some help here, thanks.
     
  2. Malice BMFH

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    I am not a picture guy...someone else can help you on this one.
     
  3. black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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    Then why bother to post anything at all??? :whatever:


    It will be your FPS (frames per second) that will need to be changed it probs on one frame per second.
     
  4. D4rkShaDoWz I can do this all day

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    i don't have this but there must be a frames per second panel in your options

    also, in the preview it might be running slow because the resolution is high (compared to the downsized animation window)
     
  5. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    OK, so the fps have nothing to do with the delay right? Because I have that at 0. Also it seems I can't edit the Image and resize (letting the part I want fit in the 50x50 frame) it in Ulead, so do I need to use photoshop for that?
     
  6. black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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    Just get adobe image ready its way easier by the sound of it :p
     
  7. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    I have that to, and still have the same problem and I must be dumb because I can't find this Frames per second panel in imageready. I have the delay set to 0 but I don't see anything about fps
     
  8. black_dust FrEaK-A-ZoId!!!

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    Yeah the 0 secs bit is your FPS

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    So thats how mines set out, if its like that should be no reason for it to lag on the frames
     
  9. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    I have it set to exactly that above and still it's playing back slow
     
  10. explode7 Registered

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    Uh, why do you even use gif animator? Adobe Premier is waaaaaaay better.
     
  11. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    I'm not using gif animator anymore I'm trying to use Adobe Imageready because that's what I have.
     
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    Well then problem solved. Your welcome thanks for playing and come again. CLOSE THREAD!!!
     
  13. Jesster32388 The Big Bad

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    Wow that did nothing to help. And if your not going to help and just act like a 3 year old don't bother posting in here. Premier is an editing software, not the most Ideal for making gif's. And my question is for Imageready, so yeah you told me to use another program yay for you but that dose not help me at all with Imageready. I need help with Imageready so again you solved nothing for me.

    Thanks for playing and please don't come back again :o
     

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