|Using VirtualDub for further output
Next, switch to Virtual dub. We're going to use it to convert the image
sequence of the saved animation. Several other formats might interest
you: Animated Gif, and AVI (with many different compression codecs)
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menu: File > Open video file... (Ctrl+O)
to Image sequence.
It includes support for several image formats, suchn as Jpeg and Png.
It also supports Targa (*.tga), produced by Project Dogwaffle.
If you want to navigate through folders in thumbnail view mode and see
the thumbnails of the Targa images, notice that Windows doesn't have
that feature built-in, but you can find a free plugin called Thumb-plug
TGA from Greggman. See it here: 3rdpartyplugins
and look for THUMB PLUG TGA
frame of the sequence. VirtualDub will rab this and the remaining
Open to load
you see the two
familiar view (original anim, and after processing if any filters are
|Saving in another
Export > ....
shows several options: select Animated
destination filename, and a parameter for how to play it: Play once,
loop endlessly or just a few times.
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