Re: [personal] [midatlanticretro] Animated GIF (or any image)
Animated GIF's are outdated 90's technology, Flash is the modern way to do web-based animation. It's easier however to just get it done with Paintshop Pro and Animation Shop, I agree.
Mike Hatch wrote:Most graphics packages have animated gif capabilities, Eg, Paint Shop has an associated Animation Shop .Mike.Looking for a PDP-7 (some hope!)
_._,___----- Original Message -----From: Stan BrewerSent: Friday, September 05, 2008 10:28 PMSubject: [personal] [midatlanticretro] Animated GIF (or any image)
On a more serious note. I was DEC systems and Department managers for many years. Mostly working in Manufacturing and with databases, so I did not get into the imaging much, and never learned how to make those animated GIF files seen so often on the internet.
Is that a hard thing to do? Is there special software needed to do so? I want an animated image of the B-205 console, with lights flashing, and have no idea as to how to do so. If anyone could point me into the right direction I would appreciate it. Of if you know a young graphic designer who would do it for credit, I sure would be tickled.