Post Reply White lines over avatar gif
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Posted 7/16/16 , edited 7/16/16
Alright, so straight to the point, whenever I upload a .gif avatar on CrunchyRoll, there are white lines over it at random times, it's pretty annoying. I know it's not my computer/monitor, and it's just CrunchyRoll.

(just look at my avatar <, it's pretty annoying....)
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http://goo.gl/ad6AwX <--- Everything you need to know in this link.
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Posted 7/16/16
This is generally due to transparency being used in the gif file for compression.

However, it looks like the process of uploading it to your avatar corrupts the gif file, so I can't fix it from there. If you've got a link to the original gif I can take a look and see if I can fix that, or if you've got photoshop / gimp etc. you can unoptimize the gif yourself.

I believe there's also a group on CR that has volunteers who will fix gif avatars as well.
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You are welcome.
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Posted 7/16/16 , edited 7/16/16
Thanks guys, I'll give the group a look at. I've uploaded it on Imgur, checked it in my Photos, phone, other sites, too, no transparency is used within the .gif.

Also, regardless of the gif I upload, it usually has white lines over it:

example:

Or:
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I dug the original gif up on google and recropped it to get approximately what you had. It was almost definitely caused by transparency having been improperly removed somewhere along the line. Can't really think of what else it might be.

We'll call this my good deed for the month.
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Posted 7/16/16

iriomote wrote:



I dug the original gif up on google and recropped it to get approximately what you had. It was almost definitely caused by transparency having been improperly removed somewhere along the line. Can't really think of what else it might be.

We'll call this my good deed for the month.


Thanks man, appreciate it. Now I don't have to deal with white lines
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