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User talk:Trainer Hunter

682 bytes added, 20:50, 16 November 2011
So I was wondering
First, thanks for the info on gen IV stuff. I read the guide you put above, and just wanted to know if it's better than what I'm doing. Mine seems to use less steps, but it also seems to be limited to using JapngEditor only. Basically I use HyperCam to record the move on VBA (recording 60 frames/sec), save the AVI clip as a gif with Camtasia Studio, convert the gif to apng, then edit the apng with JapngEditor. What do you use to record your moves, and what do you think of my method? --[[User:Jdthebud|Jdthebud]] 19:59, 16 November 2011 (UTC)
:Well I believe 4th gen images would be better saved as pngs right off the bat since I think they're over 256 colors (gif has a color limit, and going to there then to PNG would probably mess the colors up, in fact, I wouldn't suggest turning your result into a gif at all). I'd suggest you grab virtualdub and follow that step for getting a series of PNG images that you can stuff into your PNG maker. It's free (Everything up there is free, really) so you don't have to worry about that. Just stuff your avi file in virtualdub, it's easy enough. Ask questions if need be. -- [[User:Trainer Hunter|Trainer]] [[User talk:Trainer Hunter|Hunter]] -- 20:50, 16 November 2011 (UTC)