I experimented with fade-in, fade-out and multiple palettes, but the resulting animations tend to “flicker” whenever there is a palette change. Any suggestions?
This usually happens in screen modes that do not support double-buffering, as well as in some particular combinations of hardware and software. Yes, we do have a few suggestions to correct this. The problem which you describe happens because for a brief moment the old frame is displayed with a new palette. In these cases, try to split the change in two frames. For example, let’s assume that you wish your animation to start with a black frame, and slowly fade-in. We always recommend not to use an “all black” palette for the first frame, as this can make editing difficult. For the first frame, use a standard palette, having for example black as the first entry. Leave the frame completely black. Beginning with the second frame, you can already put the image as you want it to appear after the fade-in sequence, only that this time the palette would be completely black. Use the Storyboard to create intermediate frames, progressively revealing the fully-colored frames starting from the third
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