had this gif, edited it. i like this that blend in and look like part of the back ground and sense I'm trying to teach myself about gifs and gimp... I can't fig american dad stan Door slow nope close leave weird stuff tgas
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had this gif, edited it. i like this that blend in and look like part of the back ground and sense I'm trying to teach myself about gifs and gimp... I can't fig

i like this that blend in and look like part of the back ground and sense I'm trying to teach myself about gifs and gimp... I can't figure out how to make a layer over lap the last one but also be transparent without showing the layer under it so I just colored this to fit in with Fjs background. sorry it's not perfect

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User avatar #1 - thebaconstripman
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(07/09/2014) [-]
Not half bad, a few pixels at the top aren't grayed but still decent. +1
User avatar #2 to #1 - cheastnut [OP]
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(07/09/2014) [-]
thank you for some constructive criticism +1
User avatar #8 - sandwichchaser
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(07/09/2014) [-]
Simples. Unoptimize the gif. Then do your editing. And then set them to replace instead of combine. One way to change that is right click the layer and hit edit layer. In the layer title should be something like "Layer 1 (100ms)(Combine)". Change combine to replace and keep the brackets. Then go to filters>animation>optimize for gif, and that should do it. Works for me. Any problems. Drop me a message.
#7 - ecalycptus
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(07/09/2014) [-]
Luckily for you, I am an expert on editing gifs in gimp!

This button (Sorry it's in French, shoudln't be really different from the english version)
transform all the gifs frames into "plains" frames, and not a mess of transparent pixels
allowing for easier editting. Once you are finished, click on optimize for gifs. To lower the weight of the gif file. I think gimp does that anyways when you export, but I like to do it to be sure

Good luck on your journey toward the legendary title of "Gif Editortm"!
#9 - anon id: cb2876ce
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(07/09/2014) [-]
i have my own abandon thread.gif thank you very much
i have my own abandon thread.gif thank you very much
#6 - blandknight
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(07/09/2014) [-]
I don't use gimp much but see if there is a transparency mask or something similar that you can animate. directly on the bottom layer