How do I make an animated GIF in Miku Miku Dance? How to make animated GIFs. Use GIMP 2.6 to make animated GIFs.
Make MMD Animated GIFs using GIMP 2.6 – MikuMikuDance
Making an animated GIF is easy with GIMP 2.6. GIMP is a freeware that you can get from www.GIMP.org. It’s a large download for a complicated program that works well and offers photographic editing, tricks and a quality that rivals Adobe Photoshop. GIMP is really easy to use if all you want to do is make animated GIFs. (If you are a Photoshop expert, you will find GIMP difficult to use … GIMP’s controls are not the “intuitive” controls that you are used to seeing in Photoshop.)
Watch this LearnMMD.com Video as Reggie Dentmore creates this animated GIF:
These steps are outlined in the Video: Download
GIMP 2.6 from GIMP.org. Open GIMP. OPEN a new file in GIMP sized to match a full-screen image on your monitor. Open your dance in MikuMikuDance. Decided which frame is to be your first GIF frame. Display that frame and hit “Print Screen” on your keyboard. Go to your open GIMP file and Paste. Click the New Layer icon to anchor the pasted image as a new layer. Advance 3 frames in MMD and hit Print Screen on your keyboard. Go to GIMP, Paste and click New Layer. Keep going until you have collected all of the animation that you need. In GIMP: crop and scale your image to the size your desire. SAVE AS a GIF, select Animation, select Set All Frames to the default speed. You’re done!
MMD animation runs at 30 frames per second. An animated GIF has a top speed of only 10 frames per second (100 milliseconds): the default setting in GIMP. So, advance 3 frames of MMD for each layer in GIMP.
There you go! Watch the video, download GIMP 2.6, and give it a try.
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