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i got two pictures i want to put togeather for my dad, but not sure how to do it, is there any web site's to do this with or can auto come in help?

what I want to do is have the bike coming down the road


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The only thing I can figure out, is that you'll need to keep moving the bike in paint, save the file move it farther save under a different name etc.. Then once you get done use Windows Movie Maker or any other video editing software load the image files in the right order then save it as a .wmv.

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The only thing I can figure out, is that you'll need to keep moving the bike in paint, save the file move it farther save under a different name etc.. Then once you get done use Windows Movie Maker or any other video editing software load the image files in the right order then save it as a .wmv.

Hope this helps.

thanks but i meant, make it look like a bike coming down the road, i want to set it as my background but don't want to piece the picture for like 2 hours making it look good, hmm i want the bike image in the autumn picture but the white background of the bike over laps the autumn picture


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You need to click this button after you paste in the bike.

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Maybe look into some free gif animators, I've never used on though. :)

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This is using PhotoShop and using the tool bars that bucky showed.


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This is using PhotoShop and using the tool bars that bucky showed.

Try one of the free paint apps like PhotoFiltre http://www.photofiltre.com/

You need to erase the background and make it transparent, than you add it as a new layer to the other photo.

I use Paint Shop Pro (9.0 not the Corel version) for this sort of thing.

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smoke thanks so much you own


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