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  1. Hi. I'm looking for feedback on my new project, here is a little background on how it became. My clients sometimes send me an already working preview for the animation they have. They either want a creative update or a different size banner. To match the timing as close as possible, I usually record the animation as mp4 and then using a video player with pause/play extract necessary time keys. To simplify this, I created a tool that records the video for me. Just pass the URL get back the mp4 video. I thought it could also be used to export the animation (
  2. Hi, I am having some trouble on my project. I made some animations using TimelineLite and it works great. The animation are all images and texts moving around and video playing on background. But recently I was asked to export this animations to mp4. I tried many ways on doing it, but no success. 1. I have followed this topic below. It works fine when the animation contains only static images. with a <video> playing on background I just cant do it. 2. I have tried to use headless browser to record my screen, but its too slow I just couldn't get screenshots o
  3. Hey fellow GreenSockers, I’ve seen some demos and questions lately with SVGs containing nested groups that are 10 deep and generic class names that aren’t helpful. This makes your job tougher, so I thought I’d share a few tips for better SVG exports from Adobe Illustrator. I’ve created a simple SVG with a background rectangle, some ungrouped squares, a group of circles, a group of lines and one open wavy path. Here’s the artwork with the layer panel in AI. Tip 1: IDs If you have elements that you know you’ll be targeting individually, give them an ID
  4. I'm working on a project where we are creating a tool as a sort of helper app that we can use to create an animation using HTML5/JS GSAP (not Flash version) and then export the animation with transparency for use on the web as a standalone file such as animated GIF, MOV or MP4 as a transparent layer in a video editing program. The animation tool will focus on the goodies from the DrawSVG, MorphSVG and SplitText plugins. So, obviously we would chain together a bunch of GSAP scripts and then try to capture the completed animation playing inside a specific container using some sort of renderi
  5. Mr P

    Exporting timelines

    Ok my question is sort of related to this so just put it out there for reference: https://greensock.com/forums/topic/14782-exportimport-timelinestweens-to-json/ I have been using fabric.js with GSAP to create an app to make animations. I have run into a problem where i need to save animation in the db. I am saving my canvas as a JSON. Then the way i went about saving the saving the timeline is by just saving the whole timeline object. I think the saving is working (tell me if I am wrong?) but I think its the fact that the timeline doesn't see the reloaded canvas and its objects as th
  6. Hi all, I am trying to find a way to export the timeline animation to a mp4(compressed) video. Does someone know how this can be done? Will really appreciate your inputs and suggestions. Thanks
  7. I've been using GSAP for a few months now. I'm currently using TweenMax in a project that allows users to set entrance/exit animations for HTML elements. I've written the code that adds each entrance/exit timeline to parent timelines. What I'm wondering, though, is whether there's a way to export all timeline/tween properties to JavaScript Objects or JSON, store the data, and subsequently import the data after reloading the webpage? In theory, this would prevent the need to create each timeline on the fly with each web request. Thanks to anyone who can help me out. I'm currently using
  8. I am creating a CD (offline) for my customers I am using TweenMax (last version) for some animations and trasitions When I export to .exe my work (with Flash Player), the animations created with TweenMax NO working I like me some help, thanks
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