Feature request on exporting 3D graphics into animated GIFs

cooooldog shared this idea 5 years ago
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It seems such feature has been changed when updating


Geogebra 5.0.70 to the latest 5.0.80


I tested the attached ggb


https://ggbm.at/1388453


and found:


The 5.0.70 version obtains higher quality frames in GIF , while in 5.0.80 the quality of GIF becomes poorer though smaller in size.


Additionally, I like the style of rotating the graphics view during exporting via version 5.0.70;


So is it possible to add the following options to the Export command in the future release:


1. quality of frames can be customized ( e.g., high, median, low quality)


2. keep the style of animating the graphics view when exporting or let it optional;


3. adding possibility of obtaining transparent background color of the GIF.


thanks :smiley_cat:

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additionally, there might be a bug in the updated code from 5.0.70 to 5.0.80


I didn't test the transition versions between the two:


when I was using 5.0.70 to export the GIF on Feb 14, everything is OK for the attached GGB;

while after I upgraded to 5.0.80 and exported it again, I got a "Failure dialogue" which cannot be reproduced after I re-installed the 5.0.70, test as OK, and then updated into 5.0.80.


I don't know why, but the source code change in eporting GIFs might be one of the reasons


It seems such feature has been changed when updating


Geogebra 5.0.70 to the latest 5.0.80


I tested the attached ggb

[attachment=0]test Icosahedron soccerz.ggb[/attachment]

and found:


The 5.0.70 version obtains higher quality frames in GIF , while in 5.0.80 the quality of GIF becomes poorer though smaller in size.


Additionally, I like the style of rotating the graphics view during exporting via version 5.0.70;


So is it possible to add the following options to the Export command in the future release:


1. quality of frames can be customized ( e.g., high, median, low quality)


2. keep the style of animating the graphics view when exporting or let it optional;


3. adding possibility of obtaining transparent background color of the GIF.


thanks :smiley_cat:

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