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Image Animator

Chris
Chris
       
Mar 24, 2020 · 3 mins read
Image Animator
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Recently a member of my community (@TheCooch4) asked if I could create an image animator similar to the Text Animator. Well, here’s the result of that request!

Now you not only can animate your text onto your scenes with a browser source but you can also animate your logo or any other image that you want to give a little life to.

The only down side is that you have to put the image somewhere available to the public on the internet. What’s that mean? A service like Dropbox, Imgur, or similar.

Enjoy and let me know if you use it!


Update: March 26, 2020

Use ActivePresenter for recording the animations and exporting them to MP4.


Customize your Image Animation

You can configure your image animation by entering desired settings below! Any field left blank will use default values.


This image must be hosted somewhere on the internet. The browser will not have access to files on your computer. I'm unable (at this time) to host images for you.
Defaults to "transparent"but will show up as white in browser but transparent in OBS. Use Google Color Picker to select a color and paste in either HEX value into this box.


Chris
Written by Chris •        

I enjoy helping others with tech problems and am enthusiastically trying to be one of the "nice guys" of the inter-webs!

I host streams featuring just chatting and gameplay plus produce videos that give ideas on how to improve your content and interaction with your audience. I have a few nifty tools that I've made free for all who need them and post those at Streamerific.com.

Who am I offline? I'm a father, husband, paintballer, disc golfer, and software engineer! I love sunny weather (who doesn't), movies, and cycling. My friends are family and I love helping others in any way I can!