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    Optimum Pivot Exporting

    Seriously pissing me off.





    Anyone know of a better way of exporting save Pivot's default file conversion?

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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    I don't know one, but you can save as a .bmp import all of the images into flash as an image sequence and just save it like that and it will have the original colors. I hope this helped lols.
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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    Homer simpson FTW?
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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    Quote Originally Posted by .Hunter
    I don't know one, but you can save as a .bmp import all of the images into flash as an image sequence and just save it like that and it will have the original colors. I hope this helped lols.
    Yeah but that way the quality of the animation will suck.

    I would personnaly use Pivot 3. and save it as PNG image sequence, just like a BMP one, but the quality will be better.

    Or you can just post the PIV file, as I always do since my computer cannot handle the lagg that will cause many PNG images at the same time.
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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    Quote Originally Posted by Vermi
    Quote Originally Posted by .Hunter
    I don't know one, but you can save as a .bmp import all of the images into flash as an image sequence and just save it like that and it will have the original colors. I hope this helped lols.
    Yeah but that way the quality of the animation will suck.

    I would personnaly use Pivot 3. and save it as PNG image sequence, just like a BMP one, but the quality will be better.

    Or you can just post the PIV file, as I always do since my computer cannot handle the lagg that will cause many PNG images at the same time.
    You mean JPEG, right?
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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    yeah right.
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    Re: Optimum Pivot Exporting

    another trick is to save them as jpegs with pivot3, and then use photoshop to 'export to web' and save them as a .gif. [selecting the first image in the sequence will put all of them into a gif for you] it'll keep it in .gif format but won't rape the colours.
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