Moving water effect

  bert52a 08:34 12 May 06
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A couple of years ago I used to have a nifty bit of software that would change an image so that part of it animated.For example if you had a beach picture it would cause the water to look as if it was moving.It was freeware I think.
Any ideas,thanks?

  terryf 08:59 12 May 06

Have you tried to google for 'freeware moving water effect'?

  ventanas 09:14 12 May 06

I know what you mean, and I'm racking my brains trying to remember it. I used to use it a while back, but the novelty wore off. If it comes back to me I'll post back.

  bert52a 14:38 12 May 06

Thanks, ventana.I found it.It's changed a bit-I'm sure it was simpler before.The site's got some other interesting bits and pieces too.

terryf.- Your hunch was right just type it in to google - think my brain is sinking deeper into the sea of senility.

  Belatucadrus 14:51 12 May 06

click here for anybody wanting the link.

  anchor 14:52 12 May 06

bert52a: Can you post the link for us to see please.

  anchor 14:53 12 May 06

Belatucadrus: Thanks.

You posted as I was typing.

  ventanas 15:31 12 May 06

GT Ripple. That's it. Thank you Belatucadrus, its been driving me mad.

  bert52a 17:43 12 May 06

how do you enter a link on a posting.
I know I could just paste the address but how do you do a "click here" type link

  octal 17:50 12 May 06

If you cut and paste the link in the window it will turn into a "click here"

  octal 17:51 12 May 06

After you've clicked the Post Response button by the way.

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