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Re: Animated Gif with SVG

From: Matthias Glosa <Matthias.Glosa@gfz-potsdam.de>
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 14:35:37 +0200
Message-ID: <000801c42de6$798dca40$c5a5118b@Louie>
To: <www-svg@w3.org>
Hello,

i have to thank all of you.
During this little discussion i found many ideas i can try.

The idea to generate svg direct is ok, but impossble for me because of limitations in the source of the images.
So i have to use the step over the raster format.

Playing with the visibility like Marc said:
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Then playing with visibility should do
the trick.
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and Felix idea 
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"You can show the GIF frames
as individual (possibly partially transparent) PNG images successively on
top of each other, with varying sizes just as in the GIF."
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seems to me very interesting.
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If you're interested, I could write Java code for you that converts
an animated GIF into the 
required
 PNG files and SVG tags.   <-- i am :)
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@ Doug
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As a side note, the W3C list (this one) is normally used to discuss issues
with the SVG Spec; if you want to ask questions about development details
and such, there is a very active, friendly, and helpful list called
SVG-Developers:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/svg-developers

No harm done, of course, but you'll probably get much more response there.
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Thank you, i will notice that. 


best regards    Matthias



 




  
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