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Resizing Image in GIMP?

Discussion in 'Warcraft Editing Tools' started by pandamanana, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. pandamanana

    pandamanana

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    I've been trying to make Signatures but I could never find a resize option in the GIMP so I've been using MSPaint. (sad) and as you probably know when you resize in MSPaint it lowers the quality drastically. Please. Could someone tell me a better way to resize my renders for my signatures?
     
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    BAM!

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  3. pandamanana

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    thank you so much Werewulf! you Rock!
     
  4. emuman4evr

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    Can gimp animate images?
     
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    What's that picture in the background, Werewulf? It looks cute.
     
  6. Tonks

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    Yes, but it's probably one of the more difficult programs to do it with.
    Animations are frames of images, either replacing the last frame or overlapping it. You have to create every single one of the frames for it by hand, then save it as .gif and set the speed you want and the frame disposal preference.
    Note that the more frames you have, the smoother the animation is, but it will take longer and be more difficult.