Vid Sigs back from the dead?

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    Stik

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    Why thank you. :D

    BTW: I found my old login...so I'ma stick with this from now on.
     
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    Mel

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    Nice sigs! keep up the good work man.
     
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    Ronin

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    I used to make em like crazy, but i would make em too big and they would slow down load times :(


    but i'll see if i can find em....
     
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    Chris.

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    I made a couple myself, trying to use your tutorial way back when.

    Here's one of mine:

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    Stik

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    Niiiice...is that from Saving Private Ryan? Or another one of those WWII movies? >_<
     
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    Seinfeld

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    uhm...holy shite?...that scares the crap out of me...

    I love it! ^_^
     
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    Chris.

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    :lol: It's from the Ghost of You video by My Chemical Romance.
     
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    Nick

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    thanks to your tutorial, i made this one, only thing that bugs me is i put the delay on every animation to no delay and it still goes slow for me
    [​IMG]
     
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    Stik

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    Are you choosing every 3rd frame when importing into ImageReady?
     
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    Nick

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    no i do 2nd, third makes it look like crap

    il try again in third i guess..il post it if it works
     
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    Stik

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    The sig I have now, I had every 3rd frame.
     
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    Nick

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    ok i updated the links with my new one, this time the clip is every 3rd, and still slow look^^^...well either it IS slow or this time its just me
     
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    Stik

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    It looks closer to real time than before...in ImageReady, what is the time interval between frames?
     
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    Nick

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    i put 0.0 NO DELAY then i transfer to photoshop and turn to no delay
     
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    Stik

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    Hmm...I think I might need to update my tutorial. I wouldn't transfer the video you made in ImageReady to Photoshop. Just use photoshop to make the background. You make the video in ImageReady then export as an .swf.
     

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