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    How do you save a high fps animation

    I want to save this animation in high fps.

    I wanna do a high fps style now but i cant save it correctly. Help please?
    Btw: I try searching for a thread like this but couldny find it.
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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    That look fine if you ask me, try looking at it through FireFox if you're not.

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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    I am, and its the beginning for my intermidiate attempt. So pleease tell me how? :[
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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    What FPS is it on pivot?

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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    About 3-5more of pivot 2's normal rate.
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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    Does anyone know?
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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    Try experimenting with the frame delays if your using Pivot 2

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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    Try to put frame delay higher or lower.
    Like you try 1 and 10 and then you gotta use a higher one if 10 is the fastest .gif.

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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    If you want to have a fast fps, put the frame delay LOWER, not higher.

    put it at 5, that should be good normally. Maybe 4, if you're feeling daring.
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    Re: How do you save a high fps animation

    Quote Originally Posted by CHOCOLATE SAUCE
    If you want to have a fast fps, put the frame delay LOWER, not higher.

    put it at 5, that should be good normally. Maybe 4, if you're feeling daring.
    Fps = frames per second. Putting it lower means there will be less frames per second, whereas he has more frames for every movement, meaning more frames to execute them properly at a normal speed.

    Try 7 fps. I think it looks fine already though.
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