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Posted by kyry (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 29, 06 at 9:02

First off it needs to be translated, but was easy to understand. Secondly when I tested the animation in AS it looked beautiful, once I optimized it not so good. I tried all different settings in optimization but none came out clear. Any suggestions?

Carol

Here is a link that might be useful: blend lesson 5


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Looks pretty good to me.
Judy


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OK Smarty pants, what settings did you use. That is how it is supposed to look! And it's exactly how mine looked before optimizing.
Great job! Now I have another one for you that has to be translated, couldn't deceipher parts of it so I winged it. It's from the same site.


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Oh Carol,
That is so pretty!

What settings did U use for your first one?

Urlee


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ooooo lovely.
LOL I'll wait for Urlee to post her optimizing setting BEFORE doing this one
Sue :)


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Here is what one of the settings were, I tried it about four different ways.

Carol


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Gosh Carol,
Any smaller, I might be able to read it? "lol"

Check----Yes, blend with this color and have white.

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Thanks Urlee, it must have been Convert pixels less than - I had 1 you had 40. Because I had tried both ways of Yes blend with this color and it was white, and the No use the existing image color at 100%. I have never had this problem before, this was the first I played with the settings to try and get it clear. I had gotten my original settings from a post on a forum for optimization settings and like I said it always was fine.

Much better!!!!


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Hey!
That's better than mine.
Glad it worked.

C'mon Sue! "lol"

Urlee


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LOL I couldn't even figure out how to translate it!
Think I'll sit this one out
Great work ladies and thanks for the settings Urlee - they will be useful on ALL the gifs

HUGS
Sue :)


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Great job Carol and Urlee!
Thanks for the link Carol and thanks Urlee for the settings, I had mine set on 1 too.
Sue, this is a link for a translation page, great for tuts that are in a different language. You just copy the url of the tut page and tell it what language to translate from and to, works great. Most I have found are in Dutch.
Here's my try:
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Here is a link that might be useful: free translator


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U R Welcome Deb,
Did you still come up with some humdinger of words to understand? Like rasterlaag, kopieer, mengmodus, dupliceer, "blow shadow", and the use of slice & cover?
YIKES!


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Thank you Deb - now it sort of makes sense LOL

Urlee "Look at Animatie and hit the on as a POISON truce".
LOL clear as mud eh!

beautiful work ladies
here's mine:

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Wow! The fancy Sue!
That is superb!
Yes, I saw that (poison) but didn't want to scare everyone away.


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Beautiful Deb and Sue. Yes I also chuckled to myself at some of the words, but after the third translated tut I almost could figure out what they meant. Except for the one I did above Blend #7 I got really dizzy trying to figure that one out. But they are beautiful and sometimes it just fun to see if you can unscramble the words.
Carol


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MY GOSH CAROL!
Blend 7 is a CORKER!!!!!!!
What the sam H is PLATE?????? (copy your PLATE)
Now I've seen everything!!!!
Something like that would surely discourage anyone from buying PSP!
Urlee


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