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How to conjoin several gif's to make one gif

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by RichardR, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. RichardR

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    From another site, I have made gif's of individual letters of the alphabet. I would like to make words with them, but using each letter's url uses up 25 characters. Is there any way to make a such a word from these letter gif's, and save the word as one gif file?

    Here's one letter:

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    Thanks.:eek:
     
  2. ChuckE

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    There are lots of image editors that can easily join images of many types. IrfanView is one of them (see command: Image>Create Panorama image). The problem you have is if you want animated GIFs to maintain their animation after the joining.

    I don't know if any common editor can do that, I know IrfanView can't. I don't hold much hope for you finding any that can, because animated GIFs have a complexity of frame (or image slice - since not all animated GIFs use full frame updates) rate, the number of images per each GIF, and even the color pallets.

    Good luck with that.
     
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    Thanks fellas, I'll check those out. I think all the letters have the same colors and number of images.
     
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