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#1 Jove

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Posted 02 September 2007 - 08:57 PM

Halo Everybody !

I have finally got around to Windows Movie maker and I could use your help solving a problem.

I have done line drawings that are Bitmap images, I imported them to the WMM, in the collection view.

When you click on one it it appears in the preview screen. All is well here the drwaings are crisp and

clear. However when you choose the frames to make a clip and play it on the preview screen, the

drawings are not clear and crisp anymore, they the lines are broken and some obljects are missing,

this is also true when they are saved to the movie.

Will much appreciate your experiences with this.

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Posted 03 September 2007 - 12:39 AM

Haven't used Windows Movie Maker, but I have an alternative, if you want to give it a try.
Instead of a video, it would be an animated .gif.

Make a copy of your .bmp files.
Convert the copies of the .bmp's, to .gif's.
Use UnFREEz to join them together, and set the speed.

I've used UnFREEz a lot, reducing the size of animated .gif's, for avatars and sigs, and haven't had any problems with the output quality.
Using IrfanView (for batch converting), and UnFREEz, the whole process would take about, 5 minutes.

Just a thought. :thumbsup:
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