Save JPG files as antimated GIF

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Save JPG files as antimated GIF

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Is it possible to save say 3 jpg files in an animated gif with XnView? How?
Thanks,
Thomas
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Post by Drahken »

I don't think xnview has the ability to create animated gifs.
If you want a free way to create animated gifs, I would suggest Unfreez: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/unfreez.html I've never tried it myself, but it's quite popular. Note that you'll have to use xnview to convert the JPGs into GIFs before you can use them in unfreeze (it'd also be best to make sure they're all the same dimensions as each other while you're at it).
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Thanks a lot for this quick answer!
I don't know UnFREEz, but I'll have a look at it. I know that I can do it with GIMP, but XnView is very very good and it's allways nice to have a program that does everything I want! ;)
Thomas
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Post by thire »

I just discovered the mulitlayer picture creation of XnView. Perfect. And if there was the option to choose gif as well (and the animation-time) it would be even better then perfect. ;) :)
Not, seriously. Very cool proggy... chapeau!
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Post by Dreamer »

thire wrote:I just discovered the mulitlayer picture creation of XnView. Perfect. And if there was the option to choose gif as well (and the animation-time) it would be even better then perfect. ;) :)
Not, seriously. Very cool proggy... chapeau!
th
You could start a new topic in the Requests & Suggestions forum, I think there is no such suggestion.
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