Joined 29 July 2009
12:18, 8 October 2009 (UTC)
The way I do it, I don't need to time anything by myself, this is how:
1. Record the animation from an emulator 2. Crop and mirror, then save as .avi in a program called VirtualDub (Mirror because I record it from the status screen) 3. Open that in Photoshop (I use CS4) and make it transparent, then save as animated gif. 4. Open the gif animation in a program called GIF Movie Gear, edit it there and save as animated png.
This way, you don't have to count anything by yourself, the fact you recorded it gives you the correct timing. Dennis 11:02, 12 September 2009 (UTC)
So it's the same approach, just with a little more automatization. I'll definitely try out GIF Movie Gear. -- Socob ( Talk | Contribs ) 12:05, 12 September 2009 (UTC)
By the way, if you happen to have blank boxes when you open the gif in GIF Movie Gear, know that theyre blank because its the same frame as the first before it becomes blank (so you just copy paste that frame 3 times if you have 3 blank boxes and so on, get it?) image if my explanation wasn't clear: