Anonymous asked: also - if you're interested, my animations are on youtube, username corduroyfuton.
cool. thanks. if you like, if you make gifs i can post them here and linky back to you.
Anonymous asked: Hi! So, I have been making animations in animator pro and stumbled across this and... how do you convert them to gifs?? I've tried a few basic conversion programs and they haven't worked yet, there's usually an unknown issue while processing. Not sure if you've experienced this... !! Thank you
I use one of the prepackaged pocoscripts called “numpic”, which does a rather neat job of saving out a flic into a numbered sequence of gif files. then i use gifsicle to make it animated. this is also cool for animations that do weird inter-frame palette changes that bog standard flic readers choke on.
Anonymous asked: Do you have a binary to work under Windows XP, Windows 7 or Windows 8? Can you share it?
Yes and no. There is currently a working and compilable /msdos/ binary that works great using dosbox. that is here https://github.com/AnimatorPro/Animator-Pro/downloads and here http://www.dosbox.com
0olong asked: If you're interested, most of the animations on my "Geometrical Animations" page (google it, we're not allowed links apparently) were made (by me) with Autodesk Animator Pro. Just not the 3D or Java ones.
Yes! I know! I’ve been trying to get in contact with you for years, so I set up this blog to try and lure you to me, and my devious plan has worked. IT HAS WORKED. Okay, so now that I have your attention- I’ve been working on ressurecting Autodesk animator, and I was interested in finding out if you were interested in sharing pocoscripts. checkout http://animatorpro.org and let me know!
According to Wikipedia, this is what inspired James Cameron to make Terminator 2.
Bacchus is Ambiguous. Bacchus is Fabulous.
Animation by: Me
Soon technology advanced enough to up the ante a bit. EIGHT chrome spheres were now possible. simultaneously!
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