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How to add GIFs to the background?

AdzukiSargentoo 9 months ago updated by Fhil andrei De leon 8 months ago 5

Backgrounds should have gifs! I wrote this in a review but thought this would be necessary! I dont want to have to purchase additional apps to be able to add moving backgrounds!

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Usually, backgrounds are added separately in the composition process.

You can also create moving backgrounds in FlipaClip though. Just create the background on a layer underneath. With each additional frame added you move move the background/ animate it/ redraw it etc..

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Usually, backgrounds are added separately in the composition process.

You can also create moving backgrounds in FlipaClip though. Just create the background on a layer underneath. With each additional frame added you move move the background/ animate it/ redraw it etc..

yes, but i cant create the types of background i would like, if gifs could be used it would be a lot easier for me to animate and i believe others would agree since they wouldn't have to make/animate their own backgrounds. Im not allowed to have video editors so my backgrounds are plain and boring!

As an option you could always download the gif, extract the frames of it via photoshop (or any other graphic programme) and then paste each frame in your Flipaclip project :)

Hey, you can use some free online tool to extract frames from GIFs.

One of those tools is https://ezgif.com/split

I suggest you can use Chroma key for moving background..1st you should use plain green/blue/red background (*depend on your scene)..and save your animation to your gallery..

2nd use Kinemaster Pro Video Editor and use the moving background..and add your animation as video layer..

3rd use the Chroma key option and choose the color of your background to make it transparent..

4th Save it to gallery..and tada ...word Done   ...

*hope help!!