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Old 11-09-2003, 06:43 PM   #1
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I need someone to shrink a moving image for me. When I try to do it in paint the finished product never moves like the original. I think it is a .gif file if I am not mistaken.
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Can Photoshop edit moving images?
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no, you would need an animation program to edit individual frames
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if you get a file called fopsp.exe from a popular file sharing network *cough*kazaa*cough*, it'* a very illegal rip of a program called Jasc Paintshop Pro 7, which comes with Jasc Animation Shop 3. that'* what you need.
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Why not "find" 8? I got it at home. It'* pretty good. Condisering I have no idea how to use it...

There'* also plenty of shareware gif animators out there that could work for ya.
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Yep, JASC Animation Shop 3. MOS, what version of animation shop comes with PSP 8??
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Animation shop 3.

Wish I knew how to use that stuff...
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thanks for the help, I just need to shrink it, i dont need to make an animation.
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