User talk:Hirmuolio pine
Hi! Since you split off the "combat sites" section from the scan results page, could you trim the information from the former (just leaving a link to combat sites and perhaps a brief summary, if you think it's useful) to avoid duplicating the same information in two places? – Noemie Belacqua 02:00, 3 April 2017 (CDT)
- I was thinking that once all sites have their own page (combat, relic+data, gas, ice, ore) that whole Scanning:Scan_Results could go away or alternatively be turned into just a list of sites if someone thinks that is needed. Hirmuolio pine (talk) 03:31, 3 April 2017 (CDT)
hi i have no idea how to use this yet.
im trying to reduce the size but i was only able to cut it down to 5,9
what are you using ?
- I opened the gif in GIMP and used "optimize (difference)" filter first. This removes identical pixels from each frame and brings the size down to 5,01 MB. Then I manually selected the space surrounding the battleship and removed it from all the frames except the first one since there is no need to animate that at all. This brings the size down to 3,75 MB. I bet there are better tools than GIMP for this. And I don't even know how to reduce the quality with GIMP so some other tool would be needed. I guess the animation got sped up when you converted it to gif.Hirmuolio pine (talk) 01:25, 4 October 2017 (CDT)
thats good to know, i was able to get that file down to 1,35 MB, but reducing some FPS and quality. used image > mode > index to reduce the color palette
i think with indexing + that filter it could be reduced to 1,1 MB but after that quality would suffer to much.
edit: holy crap, it went down to 450kB and aint looking that bad O_o