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With Microsoft GIF Animator, you can create animated GIF files that add eye-catching motion to your Web pages. Animated GIF files contain one or more images that display sequentially to produce an animated effect, much like a traditional cartoon flipbook.
GIF Animator includes a toolbar, an animation (frames) display column, a scroll bar, and three tabs:
- The Options tab, which controls the way GIF Animator manages your files.
- The Animation tab, which controls characteristics of your animation.
- The Image tab, which controls characteristics of individual frames in your animation.
You can add an image to the animation display column by:
- Dragging it in from the Image Composer workspace
- Pasting it from the Clipboard into a frame
- Opening an existing GIF file from within GIF Animator.
You can add as many images to an animation as your computer memory allows. Before you add images to your animation, you should set the Import Colour Palette options in the Options tab. You can use the scroll bar to view all the images in the current animation.
Note: The display and other functionality of GIF Animator files depends on the capabilities of the browser used to view the files. Large files increase download times and might also display interrupted sequencing on computers with low memory.