(edit: ewwwwww it looks horrible against a white background let me turn on dark mode rq)
(edit pt. 2: aah it actually looks smooth )
(edit the third: if you want it exported at a faster or slower fps i can do that)
I know this is off topic, but how do you upload gifs like that? I’ve seen many users do it before and I never figured out how.
Or do you literally just upload a sprite sheet that contains the animations, lol.
So you know when you upload an image it’ll say .png at the end, that’s called a .png file.
Gifs use a different format, .gif.
For most programs when you export an animation it’ll become a .gif file.
When you look at the url thing when you upload a gif it’ll say .gif at the end, making it a gif. so if it says .png it’ll just be a still image.
Flowlab’s download feature only downloads individual frames so you need a program to convert all the pngs into a single gif.
I used to use a program called screen to gif to turn animations form Flowlab into a gif.
But now I use the built in feature for my program to export the animation directly into a gif.