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how to create a animated GIF

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I look arround all the forum, but was unable to find a way to create a animated gif.

All I need is something that giving some plain static gifs, it creates an animated gif...

Thanks

Jose

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I look arround all the forum, but was unable to find a way to create a animated gif.

All I need is something that giving some plain static gifs, it creates an animated gif...

Thanks

Jose

Animated GIF using GDI+

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Kip: thanks for your suggestion, but more I search, more I find "how to DISPLAY" an animated gif.

Zinthose: very thanks, but the link you gave is about how to DISPLAY an animated gif.

But what I need is a way to "join" several .gif in just one file, an animated gif file one.

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Well if you google it you might come up with something.

I dont know of any free animated gif editors besides gimp.(maybe)

There are lots of "free trial" ones. :o

Photoshop has what you need, but mind you its expensive. :D

I was lucky enough to get a copy from a friend at work.:)


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Well if you google it you might come up with something....

Thanks PencilPusher, in fact there are some freeware arround there, like this one: http://www.whitsoftdev.com/unfreez/

there is also a source in C, but I'm unable do read C: http://www.whitsoftdev.com/files/unfreez_src.zip

Seems this source is interesting...

The point is that I would like to do everything inside AU3... this one for example, I have to drag the imagens I want to the window...

Jose

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Kip: thanks for your suggestion, but more I search, more I find "how to DISPLAY" an animated gif.

Zinthose: very thanks, but the link you gave is about how to DISPLAY an animated gif.

But what I need is a way to "join" several .gif in just one file, an animated gif file one.

Take a look at ImageMagick, which is a command line graphics program.

Good luck!

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