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    Animated GIF's
    What program on Mac can I use to make an animated gif? Is there anyway I can do it with iPhoto?

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    i use photoshop...

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    Use Image Ready. Look for some tutorials on the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    I second Image Ready.
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    Image Ready (as part of Photoshop) is the way to go.

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    Photoshop CS2 has the animation palette built right into it, so you don't even need to jump to ImageReady...unless you want to.

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    Wow, big_mike, I didn't even know that. Maybe I should think about finallyyyy upgrading...nawww... I need universal binary support

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    Imageready here for me too.

    very easy, run each layer into an animation and save it as a GIF

    I tend to make layers in photoshop, open it up in image ready and convert it to a GIF
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    Gimp for me.

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