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Animated Images

Animated Images

Animated Images

I don't know if this is the right forum but I couldn't find one for Jasc: Animation. I'm trying to make image transitions for a few photos. Unfortunately when I did using the Jasc Animation software, I end up have a lot of frames and the file is over 2MB. Is there a better way to make smaller images with animation? I don't want to give up the image quality. I only have about 5 images that are 39-45KB each.



RE: Animated Images

When you use Jasc Animation, use one frame per image.  You can set the time interval between images to slow down or speed up the animation.  

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RE: Animated Images

If you are talking about image or effects transitions, you can adjust the number of frames using either or both the image length slider and the frames per second slider. The number of frames is shown under the frames per second slider.


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