BluMan Posted August 2, 2019 Share Posted August 2, 2019 I know your not working on S4 anymore so hopefully this can get fixed in S5 (if it's a problem there) and the ideas implemented. When you import a GIF, it tells you how many frames it is. It then asks you to choose a frame number. Typically, you start from the beginning so you choose Number 1. After placing it where you want, you want to import frame number 2. Unfortunately, the program skips Number 2 and automatically shows Number 3. So, every time after the first frame, you have to use the drop down box and select the frame before the one it auto selected. On an GIF file that has 81 frames, it gets a little annoying. Also, why can't we have a way for the program to "auto import" all the frames in a GIF file? I mean once you place the first frame where you want it, the rest of the time you're just choosing the next frame number then clicking "Set Grid Bitmap and Add Image" then grid mode to "Standard" and finally the "Add" button in the Image Action. It would also be nice if when you place each frame into your sequence that it gets placed next to the previous frame on the same line rather than below it. Would just make it easier to add animations. While I'm throwing out ideas, something I would like to see that's related to adding GIF files is once you have all the frames added to the sequence, you might have a need to nudge the length of the entire animation to make it run faster or slower so you select all the frames and click on the nudge button. It would be awesome if there would be a way to have the program take away the space that gets created between the frames in the animation after you've nudged each frame smaller. Or a grouping option where you select the entire animation and "group" it together. That way when you nudge, they all stay together and automatically expand or contract as a group. Sort of like they are magnetically connected at the ends of each other. I know that's a lot of work just for one feature but I use that feature a lot and I know the idea could be done. Programmers can do anything! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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