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Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by DeWare94, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. DeWare94

    DeWare94 Member

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    Can someone please help me out here?

    I'm trying to make a GIF but i cant play a video in quicktime, i might have to convert the file or something but i don't know how to, it video plays in every other player i have but quicktime is the only one that can pause keyframe by keyframe.

    can someone please help me with this or tell me another player that goes keyframe by keyframe?

    thank you

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  2. DeWare94

    DeWare94 Member

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  3. TEK2000

    TEK2000 New Member

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    What format is the video? What gif animation software are you using?
  4. DeWare94

    DeWare94 Member

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    its the game of the week video u uploaded, i would make it by doing a print screen on every keyframe in quicktime and copy it to adobe imageready to make the gif
  5. TEK2000

    TEK2000 New Member

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    Tell me what play you want exactly and I'll see about making it for you.

    BTW.. you don't have to print screen keyframes IF you have Quicktime Pro. Imageready accepts .mov videos.
  6. DeWare94

    DeWare94 Member

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    do you have to pay for quictime pro? if you do i dont have it

    i cant even get the video to play in imageready, i might need to download new software or something but i dont know what kind
  7. TEK2000

    TEK2000 New Member

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    Yes you have to pay for Quicktime Pro.

    Imageready only accepts .mov format videos. Quicktime will NOT play the Game of the Week video I posted because I put my video in DIVX format.. and quicktime doesn't work with that.

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