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[1:33:06 PM] Robert House: is there anyway to make multiple images have to same palette

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[1:34:06 PM] Robert House: they use the same colors but the color order is different
[1:34:14 PM] Princess Juicy Lucy: oh i see
[1:34:25 PM] Robert House: so if I load the second image with the original palette the colors get fucked
[1:34:36 PM] Princess Juicy Lucy: yeah idk actually, since if you load a palette-- yeah

 

Basically I want to know if there's any simple way I could change the palette order on individual frames so that I can use only one palette. Thanks a lot.

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I've figured it out on both programs I use. Fireworks: treat it as a animated GIF then export that GIFs frames, all frames will have the same auto-generated palette (will crush excess colors, didn't find any in those two frames); GraphicsGale: File->batch conversion and specify the palette you want to utilize, can also sit there and do it manually on a palette-locked workspace. Any color outside the palette will just go to nearest equivalent.). I can do the conversion for you if it's just one scene you wanted to convert.

For standalone/free, maybe someone out there's created a script?

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I'm going to try Fireworks because the frames were ripped from an edited gif anyway. I'll let you know how it goes. Thank for the info.

Edit: I tried it and I got it to export the frames as pngs but they still have different palettes when I open them in Usenti

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Whoops, just GraphicsGale then (if it's just the one thing PM me and I can process it for you). Confirmed GG can do fixed palettes and it worked, not sure if FW changed or I just had false memory there. :/

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http://puu.sh/vgcVL.zip Hope that works.

Quick and dirty process:

1. Grab and save a palette (I just used the first frame)

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2.  File-> Batch Conversion

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3. On Input tab, select frames you wanna convert/palette match

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4. On Option tab, grab the palette file you saved in Step 1.  Match Pixels with Colors should be ticked, Color Depth probably could've been set to 8bpp/256c too. Depends on how mixed up your frames are. I just derped around here until it worked.

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5. Go to Ouput, click Convert, should spit out converted files in specified folder

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Edited by Lenh

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