Hello Oliver,

I did some testing and got a great result !!! Thanks a lot. Perfect!

One final question: what size, colour depth and  how many dpi is a good choice for a logo in the internet.
Mine is a little too big.

Thanks a lot, again

[EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb am 30.06.2006 11:50:11:

> >
> > Hello Oliver,
> >
> > great this is exactly that what I was looking for. To get a smooth
> > rotation how many frames do I need to create? For a 360 turn via the
> > y-axis?
> It depends on the speed you want. 10 frames per second is usually enough
> (25-30 is video setting). You will have to try. Start with rotating
> every 20 or 30°.
> > After I have these many frames how do I get the animation? At the
> > bottomline I like to get a gif file or what every is ok to be placed on
> > a web page.
> There are again 2 solutions. The GAP (gimp animation package) is very
> useful in the long term, but requires some time to learn it. There are
> some animation tutorials there:
> http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/
> The "good old way" is perfect for animations with few frames
> See tutorials there:
> http://gug.sunsite.dk/tutorials/biggyp1
> (only do the three last steps, from the moment it says "Now you can set
> the layer timings")
> or even better:
> http://gimp-savvy.com/BOOK/index.html?node80.html
> Best regards,
> Olivier
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