know you can create lots of animations in Project Dogwaffle. Here are
How about saving these to animated Gifs? Well,
in fact, the above are animated gifs, saved from Project Dogwaffle
through a plugin.
The original animation was created in Poser's
You can save animations created in Project Dogwaffle
in several ways.
Pro has direct saving to image sequences, such as Jpeg files, Targa
images or Tiff, Png and Bmp, to name a few.
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can then also convert these saved images to other formats with the
Batch Process converter, powered by ImageMagick.
There's 60+ image formats in there.
Also, you can save Dogwaffle animations directly as
files, with your favorite codecs installed on your systems such as
Xvid, DivX or Indeo 4 and 5.
In order to save an animation as Animated Gif, try using the free
It is available for free
downloading and installation here
AFter installing DoggyFX, launch the plugins panel from the Window menu.
(shortcut 'k' as in 'killer plugins')
<<< Select the "Misc" tab
<<< Start the DoggyFX plugin.
|You can then select the Utilities
category, and run the plugin named
Export to AnimGif
While there you can also see other export options:
animation to MNG
Animation to Spritesheet
For AnimGif format, you can also find the export and import options in
the File menu f DoggyFX.
You will be able to select either a global frame delay, or set a delay
specific to each frame. You can also select as transparent color the
one currently in set as primary color.