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i'm having trouble saving image sequences to make animated gifs..in windows there was a program for it..while i can do it using quicktime pro..i find it very inconvenient..anyone has another alternative for saving image sequences to be transported to imageready?
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I think GraphicConverter will do it.


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I need a gif animator

http://www.stone.com/GIFfun/GIFfun_by_Stone_Design.html

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the problem isn't the software, but the method in which i want to catch the image sequence.. an alternative to saving as image sequence in quicktime if i may say.. anyone has that?
or a script that might work?
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The GIF Animation format will result in a semi-movie type file that is extremely universal. I use Flash 8 Pro to do this.
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