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Stucked with inserting cartoons into pptx on Macbook Pro


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Hey, guys, I am stucked with inserting a cartoon movie into a pptx on Macbook Pro. It has a format of .gif which was converted from .ps files. It works well using Safari but not in a ppt/pptx. The -delay and -loop time are not kept when being inserted to ppt/pptx and it does not finish or stop at the correct time. Does anyone has any experience on this? I thank you for any help or suggestions.
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Hey, guys, I am stucked with inserting a cartoon movie into a pptx on Macbook Pro. It has a format of .gif which was converted from .ps files. It works well using Safari but not in a ppt/pptx. The -delay and -loop time are not kept when being inserted to ppt/pptx and it does not finish or stop at the correct time. Does anyone has any experience on this? I thank you for any help or suggestions.
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oh...sorry...i'll pay attention next time
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