Morphing one character into another is a little harder. Morphing arbitrary text into some other arbitrary text is quite a lot harder.
Doing something like exploding" an image then having it re-assemble as a different image is not too difficult to do. This in fact is probably the easiest thing to do: e.g. you have an image that says “Fragmentation”, you fragment it into N x M fragments, have these explode in different directions, slow, then reassemble, but this time as the final image that says “Re-assemble”.
Instead of exploding you could have each fragment shrink to a point then expand to become the equivalent fragment of the final image, or you could rotate the fragments, or you could reduce the opacity of the fragments to zero and then increase the opacity of the final images fragments to 1.
As you can see there are lots of options, but morphing arbitrary text into other text is going to be difficult to do. I my have a go later on at some of the options I mention above.
Il y a Corner pin et SPR en mode distort qui déforment l’image, mais comme je n’ai pas forcément bien compris ce que vous vouliez réellement faire, je ne sais pas si cela pourrait convenir. Auriez-vous un exemple vidéo ?
There are Corner pin and SPR in distort mode that distort the image, but as I didn’t necessarily understand what you really wanted to do, I don’t know if it would fit.
Do you have a video example?
It looks to me like our friend is in a bad spot. The worldwide DNS system can take up to 48 hours to propagate new URL-to-ISP linkage, which could explain anomalous results. The symptoms are consistent with a domain-name-vulture registering the domain name for themself in order to “park” on it; sometimes this is due to a lapse in registration, and sometimes this is a method of scamming people.
I changed kag.to from IX to FastComet a few years ago. During the changeover, for a few hours the results were quite anomalous, even for the subdomains hosted at IX which were rehosted at FastComet. But I had two or three subdomains that were hosted on my home computer, over a dedicated-IP line; those stayed active for quite a while as DNS servers remembered that connection and saw no new linkage to take its place.
Interesting project. Are you just looking at doing 1 or 2 hieroglyphs, or something more general, also, are you trying to morph coloured hieroglyphs like those below to English, or something more stylised with simpler shapes?