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Software News   Software News : New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
   posted by Templario on 27-Mar-2017 21:48:43 (1659 reads)
AnimWebConverter is a program creates with Hollywood™ 7.0 for MorphOS™, AmigaOS™ 4.x, AmigaOS3.x™,  Windows™ and MacOS 10.4.2™ PPC.
    A little  and easy  web tool to convert your old  Amiga™ animations  with the  anim and yafa formats  to web anim formats gif and apng,  other feature to change the size  of the animations to more  biggest or littest,  also you can to between  web formats,  gif and apng, the tool not convert to Amiga™  formats.  Also you  can change the animation speed fast or slow.
 This program also is a little animation player with extra options.

  Features:
1. Resize the animation by percentage or by pixels width and height.
2. Converting an animation gif or apng between these formats.
3. Change the animation speed,  it works with hundredths seconds,  the delay time between  frame set of 0.01 to 0.99 seconds.
4. Converting an Amiga anim or yafa formats to web animation gif or apng format.
5. Extract one frame from the animation and save it to: gif, jpg, lbm, png, bmp, jpeg2000, tiff.
5. Save the animation to video mpeg I.
  
New features v2.70 (22 March 2017):
1. Compiled with the last Hollywood version 7.0.
2. Bugs fixed.

  Available in the next languages:
    1. Spanish.   2. English.   3. Italiano.   4. French.

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Raffaele 
Re: New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
Posted on 29-Mar-2017 9:58:36
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Still waiting a version that converts APNG and AGIF to Amiga Anim format in order to edit these kind of files on Amiga...


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Re: New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
Posted on 29-Mar-2017 14:48:15
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@Raffaele

I doubt you will ever see this. Looks like the purpose is to convert Amiga format to web format. What you need is an AnimWebEditor.

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Templario 
Re: New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
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Sorry the purpose of program is a web tool for Amiga systems.

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Re: New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
Posted on 30-Mar-2017 10:35:40
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If it is only a webtool I can undestood its purpose.

But sure it will be pretty nice to have a tool suitable for Amiga and this will also extend operative life of our machines, capable to edit interstandard anim files too for productivity purposes...


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The idea is good but it isn't possible with Hollywood, the instructions are to make other things no to make a animation editor. I make this to see animations like gif with MorphOS and using the Hollywood instrutions available to make this easy things like change the size, speed, etc.

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Yes. I just think it is mandatory that any Amiga-Like Operating System will get a set of tools available not only to view, listen and play multimedia files from interstandard, but being also capable to edit these files in our operating system environment.

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@Templario

This software is just what I needed! It works great on Mac OS X and will allow me to finish my current Deluxe Paint Amiga animation in iMovie! Thank you so much!!!


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@Raffaele
With the time and the people make these tools.

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@BigD
Thank you. The only problem the icon for the program, this time the executables under MacOS doesn't showed.

Last edited by Templario on 01-Apr-2017 at 03:46 PM.

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Re: New version of AnimWebConverter v2.70
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@Templario

On OS X 10.6 I get an icon (that Chinese lady on a film strip) and also a film clapperboard for the dock icon. It seems fine!

The only limitation I've found is that it would be nice to set up the program to open .anim files as the default program. The AnimWebConverter list item is ghosted out when I try in 'get info'.

Last edited by BigD on 01-Apr-2017 at 04:37 PM.


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@BigD
I only can tested the program under MacOS PPC and I have problem with the icon. The default anim file to open, well I like a standard choice.

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