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I have a set of 60 images. These images are the contentious images if we open then it looks like an video.  

So I want to show these images on browsers one by one continuously by keeping some time span like 2-3 sec between showing these images.

When these images will open or come on browser it should looks like a video.

How to achieve this one with GSAP. 


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Hi khatkolekomal :)


try this :
preload your images , change your src attr with one Tween and easily control that  :
var anim = {frame:0} ;
TweenMax.to(anim , 2 , {frame:"+=60", roundProps:"frame", onUpdate:updateHandler });

function updateHandler() {
image.attr("src", "images/character"+anim.frame+".png");

with this method you don't need extra DOM objects .

... :)
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Could you please elaborate above snippet of code more explicitly. 

As i couldn't upload all images, as you did in updateHandler().

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Glad Ancient Warrior was able to offer you a suitable solution that has the advantage of limiting the number of DOM elements.


Just for reference, it could be helpful to take a peek at JamieJefferson's demo here: http://codepen.io/jamiejefferson/pen/aJcGl


Its a very intelligent approach that automatically detects if an element contains

  • mutliple images that need to have their visibility toggled
  • a single horizontal spritesheet
  • a single vertical spritesheet

It might come in handy some day.

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