View Full Version : need little help with animated gif.
04-04-2006, 05:40 AM
:confused: I using macromedia Flash 8, I like to save my animation without background (clear background) ((like this dragon))
give me a little push:D
04-04-2006, 05:42 AM
Is there something you need to know? What about the background?
04-04-2006, 05:50 AM
I do not need the background on the animatd gif.
Like the dragon, what I attach - just the animated figure show, when I put it on page. How I can do that?
I did make animated gif. with flash 8, and when I save it, dosn`t matter how I tried - allways show me background on it - so, when I put it on the mount pic. - the animated gif. cover up the mount.
04-04-2006, 06:04 AM
this is what I did
and this is what I need
04-04-2006, 06:06 AM
You're wanting a transparent background... dunno. You seem to realize you can't do it with flash format and are using .gif instead. Good.
Not sure how flash works with .gifs. You could use another program.
One technicality, you must use the format GIF-89A, not GIF-87A (not sure of the "A"... something like that) because only the 89 supports animation and transparency... probably unrelated if you are getting motion.
Make sure you have transparency checked in your project settings.
No clue, really...
04-09-2006, 05:02 PM
Yes, GIF image with transparent background will do the trick. Don't have to resort to flash. All you need is a photoediting software, then selected the appropriate tools to make it transparent and save it under .gif and you are done :)
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04-14-2006, 03:21 AM
that or I think there's an attribute to the html/embed tags for transparency and leave the flash stage bgcolor at default - or you could do what he said and use photoshop animations
that or I think there's an attribute to the html/embed tags for transparency and leave the flash stage bgcolor at default - or you could do what he said and use photoshop animationsLatter's the better option. Never use Flash when something else will do just as well. Flash needs a plugin; GIFs don't.
04-22-2006, 04:27 AM
http://www.yecart.com/kjhg_.gif Here ya go!
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