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If you need just static image, then yes its possible to do in GIMP using a displacement map. You would make black and white picture of the ripple you want an then use it as displacement map on your image in GIMP. If you need to make movie (like the video you posted) then you need some video editing software with effects. Probably the best open-source ...
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Gifs images basically have some 'n' number of layers , which will produce the animation effect. Open the .gif file in photoshop , all layers will be displayed in the layers panel. Select magic wand and click on the white area , the area gets selected and hit delete to remove the white part. Do that every single image.
The animated gif export will only export the frames on the main stage. Meaning you need to have a graphic symbol on the main stage with the total frames. If you have a MovieClip instead of a Graphic symbol, it will only export the first frame of the mc.
Finding cursors I'm sure that a simple search could pull up many free cursor sites. The first site in the linked result, Open Cursor Library, seems fairly extensive to me. I'm sure that you should have little trouble if what you want is to use cursors. Creating cursors If you want to design your own cursors instead, you could surely open Photoshop or Gimp ...
Facebook : Cover photos size = W:851px x H:315px , and it has to be under 100Kb. This will help!
you have a variety of options: already mentioned, and probably your best bet is to use media queries for showing certain screens certain things. css3 offers up multiple background images, which you could tailor with media queries. if you are using an actual img / element in your markup, don't forget that you can apply background images to it via css. i've ...
Well, the idea of an Animated GIF is that the entire image is replaced with another, like a flipbook. So this isn't possible with that format. Sounds like what you are trying to achieve is to animate a UI screen on a device, in which you would need to use a program like After Effects to animate your screen, then place it over a photo of your device. After ...
If i get you right and the big picture wont animate and get "replaced" on the little screen: it is possible with responsive webdesign. choosing-a-responsive-image-solution and just replace the big image with ur animated gif via media queries on the small screen
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