3D Model Support

Discussion in 'General Support' started by Scripeon, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. Scripeon

    Scripeon

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    Hello Laughing Bird, I purchased the 3D character package a while ago and was waiting for there to be support towards the saving the file as a .png, or .swf with transparency, has there been any news update on this? I am just wondering because i'm a big fan of Laughing Bird Software and have been patiently waiting :)
     
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    Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but these work great. Test

    The included animated GIFs can be loaded into Photoscape and re-saved as transparent PNGs.
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  3. Scripeon

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    Sup Gunsmoke, this is UncleMap.. what is Photoscape?
     
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    KD-did beat me to it! Yup, fantastic little free program.

    Nice to see you here too! Must be enjoying the new Logo Creator huh! :D
     
  6. Scripeon

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    Indeed, but i'm trying to purchase that new popper software but there is no link to a store online??
     
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    Hi Scripeon (and anybody else reading this thread!)

    I'm in the process of creating a lot of new videos.
    Here's one that talks about importing .swf files and getting them to be transparent. This video is for my "Product Poppers" pack, but it's the same idea for the Animated characters:

    http://www.thelogocreator.com/product-poppers-how-to/

    Let me know if this helps!

    Marc
     

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