El Domingo, 30 de Enero de 2005 16:43, GSR - FR escribió:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (2005-01-29 at 2134.12 +0100):
> > 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??
> Does it have to be one frame per paint stroke? If not, you can try
> with some kind of video recorder (xvidcap, vncrec, vnc2swf...), some
> can output to separate images and you can always decompose videos into
> frames. This last case could be used to select finished strokes,
> discarding other intermediate frames, but that would require lot of
> manual intervention. As you do not explain the final usage, it is hard
> to guess valid solutions.
GSR, what i want is the functionality that oekakis have, and also some paint
programs, a way to see the development of a painting.
It's very usefull for artists to see how others paint, they can learn just
watching. And is a great way for sharing techniques.
Recording a video is an extreme solution, but easy to do.
Carol Spears answered me this, about the GAP plugin:
> 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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