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(Question) Can Ultrafractal orbit trap animated images?
« on: May 22, 2018, 10:32:35 PM »

I normally use ultrafractal to generate orbit trap fractals using imported images. I was wondering if it had the ability to orbit trap a number of "frames" of a specific png/bmp image. For example, if I lined up multiple images in a single png file to act as "animation frames" (like in the attached picture), is there an ultrafractal algorithm that could animate the orbit trap image?  I know it is possible in other programs like fragmentarium, mandelbulber, synthclipse because of other forum users (mainly 3Dickulus), but I wanted to know if such a thing is possible in a program like ultrafractal. It doesn't have to be realtime, just animated during rendered zoom videos or something like that. Here is a rough example of what I am talking about, made with the attached image:


Thanks for any help.

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