Question about GIMP GNU Image Manipulation Program
Hello, my name is Amber, and I am working on editing a graphic in Gimp 2.6. The last time I saved the file, I was in the middle of using the masking tool to crop out unwanted areas in the image. However, when I opened the file this morning, all of the areas I had marked to crop were black. Is there a way to get my last saved image back? Thanks for anything you can tell me! Amber email@example.com
If I read rhe above correctly, you have got your last saved image back. You had only marked out areas to crop, you hadn't cropped them.
It follows then that you hadn't made any changes to the file.
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How are you playing it? are you trying to create an animated gif?
If so, do the following:-
Create a file, with each of your snow images as layers, then
File-> Save As.
Name the image, then go to "Select File Type."
Make it a .gif image, and then click save.
GIMP gives you the option of flattening it or creating an animated gif. Click the button that says "Save as Animation", and then click export.
Then you get to alter a few more variables in the next dialog box (- you can set the frame rate (a higher number makes the animation go faster) )
Then once saved, load it up in an internet browser, and it should work.
Once you've saved you're gif image, open it up in your image viewer. If your normal image viewer doesn't show the animation, try opening it in Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can do this by right clicking on the file, and selecting "Open With." Then choose your internet browser, and you're all set!
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