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PostSubject: Transparent Animated Tags   Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:16 am

1. Copy your frames into animation shop with the background as transparent.
2. When you go to save your animation, click customize on the window that pops up.
3. There are 3 tabs, Colors, Optimizations and Partial Transparency.
4. On the Colors tab, check the median cut and error diffusion boxes.
5. On the optimizations tab, check Write Minimal Frames, Collapse Identical Frames, and Map Identical Pixels to transparent.
6.
On the partial transparency tab, check Convert Pixels Less than. Play
around with the number - 40 is usually a good place to start. Check
Blend with this Color and set it to white.
7. Click OK and hit next and finish like you normally would.
You have to play around with the settings a little bit - depends on the tag.
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