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Post by jwlane » Thu Dec 31, 2009 6:23 pm

Selgin,

This reminds me of some Spanish language jobs I've worked on. Even though I don't know Spanish, I got used to the labels on the models. And, the lip syncing was surprisingly easy. I'm not so sure the results would be the same with Russian or Chinese.
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Post by Atout66 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 8:47 am

A little bit late but thanks for sharing anyway ;-)
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Quicktime to gif through Photopaint

Post by Galbatron » Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:20 pm

selgin wrote: to make the animated gifs I render a little quicktime movie, then I import it to Corel Photopaint and export it as gif.
That's a great tip Selgin! I would have never though of that combination (Quicktime as a PC user). I finally did find the time to try it out and it works great. There's only one problem: do you succeed in obtaining a transparent background? When I render with mpeg4 compression the background doesn't have a uniform color (it's several shades of grey), so I can't choose *one* color for background transparency during gif export that covers all of the background. What compression codec do you use during export from ASP6?
Still a great workflow and the color convert to 256 is good.
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