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Hi NCH Is their a bug in videos exported as .gif ?? Just noticed while checking out a forum thread that although individual frames of an animation exported as a .gif play OK and so produce the animated movement required, they do not delete the previous frame of the sequence as they should. Each frame is therefore retained. As any background transparency is also retained, an object set up to move across the screen leaves a trail. This does not happen in VP only in the exported clip . ...... e.g. This is a screenshot of an exported .gif clip. A football with a transparent background is animated to bounce off the top of the screen... In VP this played OK. (This is the exported clip played using Irfanview) Initially I thought this might be a fault of the player. The fault however seems to be in the VP rendering process and not the subsequent viewer used as when the exported clip was reloaded back into VP the trails were still present....... Can this be fxed??? i.e. During export of .gif clips previous frames are deleted before the next is frame is rendered. Nat
Hello. I'm new to Video Pad, and am pleased so far. I occasionally use looping gifs in my videos, and I'm disappointed to learn that none of them seem to be working. Am I doing something wrong? Is the .gif format not supported by the software? Do I need a specific codec to make these run? Sorry if the question is redundant, but I searched through the forums/tutorials/FAQ and couldn't find any information about this. Any help is appreciated - thanks!
I made a short video and wanted to have an animated gif of it. So I chose "export", "save to file" and then "gif" as file format. It makes a gif file on my computer, but no programm can open the file, always saying "the file is broken" or something like this. Is it even possible to make animated gifs out of videos with Video Pad Video Editor? Am I doing something wrong? Does someone know?