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May 5, 2014, 23:58
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Animation
Hello,
I have some experience with GIMP, but not with animations. I am trying to make an animated title screen for a video. First thing, I want to start with a logo full screen, then scale it, and move it to the corner simultaneously. After will be a few simple additions which I can figure out myself, but not this...

I've read the documentation on GAP but didn't fully grasp it. Is it still splitting frames into separate layers like the animation filter? Is the only way of doing this to scale down and move the logo repeatedly and save to separate layers/frames?
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May 6, 2014, 01:43
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RE: Animation
(May 5, 2014 23:58)Monolith Wrote:  ...First thing, I want to start with a logo full screen, then scale it, and move it to the corner simultaneously...
...Is the only way of doing this to scale down and move the logo repeatedly and save to separate layers/frames?
Hi.
There are some scripts written to do a lot of the work for you.
Some examples that come to mind are Multi-replicate or Clone Layer Tool just to name a few...
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May 6, 2014, 04:14
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RE: Animation
(May 6, 2014 01:43)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  There are some scripts written to do a lot of the work for you.
Some examples that come to mind are Multi-replicate or Clone Layer Tool just to name a few...

Thanks! Multi-replicate does the job perfectly! There's still some repetition merging each layer to a white one, but if I ever learn to code, I could automate that!
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May 6, 2014, 05:38
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RE: Animation
(May 6, 2014 04:14)Monolith Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 01:43)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  There are some scripts written to do a lot of the work for you.
Some examples that come to mind are Multi-replicate or Clone Layer Tool just to name a few...

Thanks! Multi-replicate does the job perfectly! There's still some repetition merging each layer to a white one, but if I ever learn to code, I could automate that!
Do this script help you?
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May 6, 2014, 06:35
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RE: Animation
(May 6, 2014 05:38)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 04:14)Monolith Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 01:43)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  There are some scripts written to do a lot of the work for you.
Some examples that come to mind are Multi-replicate or Clone Layer Tool just to name a few...

Thanks! Multi-replicate does the job perfectly! There's still some repetition merging each layer to a white one, but if I ever learn to code, I could automate that!
Do this script help you?

No, I just need Multi-replicate to save each layer with a white background.
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May 6, 2014, 07:22
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RE: Animation
(May 6, 2014 06:35)Monolith Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 05:38)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 04:14)Monolith Wrote:  
(May 6, 2014 01:43)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  There are some scripts written to do a lot of the work for you.
Some examples that come to mind are Multi-replicate or Clone Layer Tool just to name a few...

Thanks! Multi-replicate does the job perfectly! There's still some repetition merging each layer to a white one, but if I ever learn to code, I could automate that!
Do this script help you?

No, I just need Multi-replicate to save each layer with a white background.
The Clone Layer tool has that functionality, under the 'Additional Options' section.
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