I have a client that gave me a 45-second transparent background .mov file and is requesting that I place this animation in his website BUT he does not want to use video. There are 1,347 frames which I exported as PNGs out of After Effects and was thinking of making sprite sheets out of the animation and bump them next to each other in the timeline so they would play continuously as a single animation. Would this be the "way" to do such a thing as this?
He is very adamant of this 45-second animation piece being mobile compatible as well.
Any ideas in the right direction on how to proceed would be extremely helpful to me.
Thanks in advance!
Personally, with that many images, I would not use a sprite-sheet option, as it will be a 'heavy' end result.
Something like this - SpriteSpin may be better - it uses a sprite-sheet OR direct files from a folder based on the parameters used.
Interesting indeed! I am looking into this. I will let you know the outcome. Thank you Darrell for taking the time to reply to my post sir! I DO appreciate it.