I’m having a play with the new GIF/image sequencer and I had a quick question - Is there a way to make the sequence ‘hang’ on the last image, rather than flicking back to the start? For example, say my sequence of images is:
At the moment (when loop is off), the sequence will go XYZ123, but then reset to X after the sequence is finished. Is there a way to make it finish on 3 and stay on 3? Hope that makes sense!
It wont work. If its not a loop, at the end of the sequence shows back the first frame as a still, not the last. And if you put the desired frame as first the animation will be wrong because it will be last, first, second…
Unless you mean script the static image to appear after the sequence is over and place on top of the sequence… That actually may work… If the image covers the entire animation, if not you have to put offscreen the animation anyways… Ufffff!
Ahh taking it off screen might be the way to go… I’ve tried overlaying and you’re right, it doesn’t work because the image sequence is still a solid layer and you can’t adjust its opacity. I’d also need to make sure the sequence is back in position for the next toggle though?
@roycaruso Let me get this right. lets say you have 20 frames to put into your gif
goes from 1 - 20 you want it to start at 1 and end and STAY on frame 20 ? if so im pretty sure i can help you , i just tested it
Nope, I’ve created each frame myself from scratch. Each frame is in the sequencer/GIF generator in the creator, but rather than stopping on the last frame it flicks back to the first and stops there instead. I think one of the suggestions above will do the trick but I’ll keep everyone posted