While many regular screenplays focus on dialogue, animation screenplays focus on action so that the artists for the project can make the story come to life just as the writer envisioned it. Use your screenwriting, comic book and animation knowledge to craft multiple animation screenplays that you can use in contests, in query submissions or for your own projects.
Zero Delay Intermediate Frames These examples continue the previous example page on Layers of Multiple Images but instead of layering multiple images on top of each other to produce a single image, here we display each image for a short period of time so as to produce an animation of images.
The following section provides a basic understanding of the complexities of animations and specifically GIF animations.
It looks at the basic methods used to generate animations, and how you can study existing animations to get an understanding of how they work. This is recommended reading before going further in any of the later animation sections.
This script was developed from my experiments in generating random star fields. The above may seem complex as it is using some advanced IM features I have yet to introduce, but the result is a relatively simple, but well optimized three frame animation. You can also look at some of the more complex animations that were created using simple shell scripts for Distortion Animations.
There are a few extra IM settings which were created specifically for use in GIF animations, and knowing about these is the first step into the world of GIF animations Valid options are 'Undefined', ' None ', ' Previous ', and ' Background.
It is an output 'image write' setting, so can be set anywhere on the command line, though only the last such setting will be used. Usually this set by default, to zero infinite loophowever if any image read in has a different value, then this setting will be set to that images value.
As such I recommend that you always set " -loop " when creating a GIF animation, after all the images has been read in. You can specify a different scale for the time delay by specifying a 'x' scaling giving in ticks per second. For example '10x1' is 10, 1 second ticks, while '10x' is 10, one hundredth of a second ticks.
For example if you specify '1x' will set a delay that is appropriate for frames per second. GIF animation delays must be specified in hundredths of a second for correct working, which is why that is the default time unit.
This allows you to change the setting over a whole animation, or just a single frame, after the images have been loaded or modified. As this is a setting option, it only applies the geometry you give to images that follow the setting.
It does not effect images already read into memory. It can also be used to define a larger working canvas, by specifying a width 'x' height. Only the width and height page setting of the first image in the sequence will be used to set the overall GIF animation canvas size, all other page size settings will be ignored when the animation is finally written.
When a GIF animation is read in the canvas size is set on all the frames in the animation. MNG animations can save frame offsets, but does not save canvas sizes. The size of the first image defines the canvas size of the whole animation. The GIF image format can not specify a negative offset for images on a canvas.
If you try to use a negative offset IM will reset it to zero when that image or animation frame is written to a GIF file. Positive offsets larger than the image canvas are quite acceptable but may result in the image not appearing in the canvas drawing area when displayed.
How a GIF animation display program handles this is undefined. That means you can use this to change or reset the 'page geometry' of an image or animation frame that has already being read into memory.
This operation is vital when you are extracting the individual frames from an animation, See the Adjoin Examples below. See Animation List Information below. You can use the IM internal format MIFF, as a temporary file format, if you want to work on an animation in series of separate processing steps.
Do not use GIF as a intermediate file format, use MIFF instead If you made the big mistake of saving to GIF you would have just made the resulting animation worse, as IM would have now performed an automatic Color Quantizationto reduce the number of colors present.
Not only that but it did so on each frame completely independently to every other frame, making any further processing, particularly any GIF optimizations just that much harder.
Solving this is a complex, multi-level problem, which is looked at in the next section Animation Optimization. This is not surprising as it is a complex setting.
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