Need Help Resizing GIF for Avatar? Get Expert Assistance Here!

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In summary, the person does not have any graphics editing programs which allow them to resize the GIF without removing its animation properties. The person would greatly appreciate it if someone could do this for them.
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I don't have any graphics editing programs which allow me to resize the Gif I have into 64 x 64 without removing its animation properties.

This is the original image:
seye.gif

...if someone could please download that, edit it into 64 x 64 for me, then upload it to the server again, then I would greatly appreciate it!

Thanks in advance for the help!
 
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Could go to www.neosoftware.com,[/URL]
download the trial program,
and play with it yourself.
 
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surely it would be easier to have someone else do it for me :frown:
 
  • #4
Sure would ... But it ain't me, Babe.
**** With credit to Bob Dylan ****
 
  • #5
Damn thing will only make the first frame 64 x 64. Stupid.
 
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:smile:
 

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Originally posted by kyleb
:smile:
And just what is THAT supposed to mean?!
 
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Hi there,

Here is the resized version. To maintain the aspect ratio it is resized down to 64x47 not 64x64. Inter-frame delay is 0.1 s except for the first frame which has a 1 s delay.

It is the usual trend with all simple image viewer/editor software (not for giants like Photoshop/ImageReady, but then they're expensive) that they don't edit all of the frames of an animated GIF (GIF89a) or a multi-page JPEG or TIFF. They also don't save any multi-page formats although they always save GIF89a single-page despite the fact that GIF89a was designed to offer small bandwidth-affordable animations on the web. It was made to be multi-page. This way you have to buy a GIF Animator, too, something like Microsoft GIF Animator or Ulead GIF Animator. That's a dirty trick. Even ACDSee PowerPack Suite (which must have much power) plays this trick on its customers.
 

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YAY! Thanks Manuel!
 
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Originally posted by Another God
And just what is THAT supposed to mean?!


i attached the file, could you not see it?


btw, its is 64x64 like you asked for; i considered doing what Manuel_Silvio did, but i suppose now you have a selection.
 
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actually, funny enough, I couldn't see either of the attachments before. Now I can see both.

Strange. Meh. Whatever. Happy now, and thanks heaps.

...now to see which proportion looks better...
 
  • #12
seye.gif

hahaha, all these rolling eyes... I'm getting dizzy!
seye.gif
 
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ya, it didn't show up for me either when i posted actually. but i edited/deleted my post 3 times and each time the edit page said the attachment was there i just assumed it was because i was the one who posted it so obviously i don't need it. but it shows now, odd stuff.

it seems immage posteings are working too now, i tried the other day and it just made a link instead.

http://www.sunflower.com/~jfrost/horizen2.gif [Broken]

hows that for dizzy.
 
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