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    Fanatic Enthusiast Phazon's Avatar

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    Gif Upload

    Yeah, so I've been trying to upload my 720 frame BBODDC entry, but on any Gif upload site I go on it comes up with an error when it's supposed to give me the link. Is there anyway to cut gifs in half or should I try something else?


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    Re: Gif Upload

    What's the error that you get?

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    Re: Gif Upload

    MyFiles should work fine.

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    Re: Gif Upload

    It's not, it takes ages then suddenly restarts.
    And Niall, it says something like 'ERROR 101, CONNECTION RESTART'


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    "The longest, most intense first-person shooter animation in all of Pivot history..."
    726 frames - and I'm still animating the prologue

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    Re: Gif Upload

    Like the connection was reset? That sounds like an issue with your internet timing out. I don't know of any "gif optimizers" or anything, but if you're just sending it to the collab organiser you could try sending it in a zip to reduce the file size.

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    Re: Gif Upload

    thanks, it worked


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    "The longest, most intense first-person shooter animation in all of Pivot history..."
    726 frames - and I'm still animating the prologue


 

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