Adobe After Effects til animeret gif

Jeg har et bijob, som klubmedarbejder/lærer i Ikast-Brande Ungdomsskole.
På skolerne er der kommet infoskærme, som kan viser et slideshow af billeder. Den kan så bruges til at reklamere for arrangementer.
Den kan kun vise billedefiler, men jeg vil gerne have lidt bevægelse.
Til dette kan jeg bruge en animeret gif.
Den 10 sekunders animation laver jeg i Adobe After Effects. Med en framerate på 15.
I After Effects kan jeg dog ikke eksportere som gif. Men jeg kan eksportere som en billedsekvens i png.
I Adobe Photoshop kan jeg så åbne denne billedsekvens. Og bruge “Save for WEB” til at gemme en animeret gif.
Og vupti. Så er der bevægelse på skærmen som nedenstående eksempel.
Nu skal jeg bare træne mine animationsfærdigheder.

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A client needed to submit a printed-out proof of a 95-page booklet to the head of her department by…

Clients From Hell A client needed to submit a printed-out proof of a 95-page booklet to the head of her department by…

A client needed to submit a printed-out proof of a 95-page booklet to the head of her department by the end of the day (6pm). It is now 5:35pm.

Client: There’s a problem with the pdf you sent. It’s not printing all the way. I have to submit this book in 45 minutes.

Me: What do you mean, “not printing all the way”?

Client: It prints to page 81 and then it stops.

Me: What happens if you print page 81 by itself?

Client: It prints just fine.

Me: Can you print just page 82 through 95?

Client: Yeah, those work. It’s just not working when I try and print it – it stops at page 81.

Me: So, you have pages 1 to 80 printed, 81 printed, and 82-95 printed?

Client: Yes.

Me: And you only need to make one of these.

Client: Yes. Look, I don’t have time for all your questions. I need it printed now!

Via: http://clientsfromhell.net/post/133263697022