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There are many ways that you can convert a series of PNG images (or any other still images format) into a GIF file. The first way would be to do it online using an online tool such as this one, this one or this one. Doing it with software is also possible. On a Mac, GIFfun, Gif Brewery, Pic Gif or Gif Grabber can help you. In your question, you mention ...


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Thanks for your support. And i think there is no way to find key frame animation so i compromised with the frame by frame and did something okey okey work.


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To find the right tool panel in Photoshop: For Photoshop CS5 and lower, access the animation window by opening “Window” + “Animation.” Likewise, click “Window” + “Timeline” in Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC to access the Timeline window. For Photoshop CC, click the drop-down menu in the middle of the Timeline window and select “Create Frame Animation.” ...


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Another way of doing it (I've worked with it) is to simply create the animation in Adobe Flash. Using your drawing skills and tweens you can achieve this. Also, the Onion Skin feature helps a lot with animation precision since it shows the transparent previous frames. To export this easily you will need to use the Toolkit for CreateJS that publishes ...


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It doesn't have any native exporting capabilities. But you could always use Snap.svg Old fashioned way: you could make a loop-once gif image.


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Sounds like you know more than me since admittedly I'm a beginner at AE. But I believe you would set up a null object. Attach that to the end of the arms. Then pickwhip your hand to the null object including position and rotation. Might need to use some sort of formulaic calculation on those points to fine tune it as well. See this link for how to get ...


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One idea is to start fading the next layer in immediately, then it would not jerk. Im not sure this is better though. Or you can fade them in at any later point. Experiment. Another idea, sprinkle the next layer, so the triangles keep popping up at random times. This saves you from the (possibly) extra shades that are needed. It may also look better. ...


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Can you put each shape on its own layer, align them with the smallest on top, and then hide all but one layer, export, move down a layer with the hide, export etc. All while having the transparent box on its own layer selected. Alternatively, create a 400x400 square shape and draw your shapes inside it and properly locate the shapes relative to it. Select ...


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You can use a program called GI-Arabic NOW (google it it's free) just meant for that purpose. How to use: open GI-Arabic NOW and write your arabic text. adjust the font family and font size as you like when done, hit the button copy نسخ and go to Ae hit paste, you will see that pasted words are different but don't worry you will see. adjust the ...


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I would do this by drawing the arrow how I like and then erasing the final arrow one little chunk at a time in the opposite sequence that they are drawn. Maybe 30 or 40 chunks total. I would use photoshop's gif/animation feature. As I erase I create a new layer. Put these layers in order and tweak the settings. Reasonable playback speed should fool the eye. ...


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You could draw the arrow by creating a motion tween in Adobe Flash CC and then save it in the ".gif" format. All you need to do is, go to "publish settings" and check the "gif" checkbox and publish to your hard drive.


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For the colors, we can't do anything except limited ~256 colors. But for the pixelated edges you can: Make it at @3x and reuse it at @1x in HTML


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I was dealing with same issue. Please make it 3x bigger and then set the width at 1x in HTML. It would be much better!


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I was creating a sound wave(very sharp edges) animation in Photoshop myself and having the same problem. The image was 800px wide and result = pixelated Solution: Make it @3x, in my scenario 2400px, and result = awesome! Note: Don't forget to specify its width(1x) in html


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If you want a fading out transition you're going to have to copy the triangles in place with photoshop and lower the transparency each step so its color stays but as that color gets lighter it appears to fade away.



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