On Sat, Jan 29, 2005 at 09:34:12PM +0100, Manuel wrote:
> Hello, I'll formulate my question with an example:
> Open gimp
> Do some brushstrokes
> Now keep Ctrl-Z pressed (or the shortcut of edit->undo)
> Then keep Ctrl-Y pressed (or the shortcut of edit->redo)
> What you have seen is an animation ot the progress you have done in the image.
> Now, how can I save this progress as an animated gif or a set of images for
> each frame??
all of this is easier with gimp-gap. it has copy frames and can also
duplicate frames. when you are finished, it can turn frames into one
image (xcf, gif, mng or maybe psd (psd untested by me).
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