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     I am trying to make an animation of a clock hand rotating. I am useing Paint Shop Pro 6 and when i try to rotate the image the clock hand becomes distorted. The more i rotate it, the more it gets distorted or blurred. I have tried turning "antialias" on but it made no differance. Can someone help me rotate a image without any distortion?

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Question by:moe10
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Make sure you start each time with the original hand - don't go from 12 to 1, from 1 to 2, from 2 to 3 etc.
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Yeah d_hall has the right idea. Every time you rotate an object it gets interpolated. The more times you rotate, the more it deviates from the original.
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