Hmm...The way I resize a gif is extracting the frames and use a image editor to do a resize batch-job on the pics. Although if you really wanna keep the quality up, assuming you still have the original source pics you used, resize them first, then make the GIF. I'm don't think animated GIF editor were really design to edit the pics themselves that well. (Though I could be wrong. My copy of Ulead GIF Animator works pretty well with resize. You can try out a trial version from Ulead's site.)
Would care for/like me to try and make one for you, smilelolz?
Does that work for you? It's a lot smaller, under 200k (Like around 175-180ish).
ok neither Ulead or Easy are programs.....FREE programs. i dunno bout u, but im a cheap bastard. if someone wants to send me their copy or somethin i wouldnt mind gettin my hands on a working GIF program that lasts more then 20 trials.
I'd help you if I could, but I'm stingy with sharing software I bought. Though you could probably find a crac for the programs onlne if you looked. Though I do think a standalone version of Ulead's GIF Animator is available for only a few bucks if you look around. I'll look into it maybe for you if I have the time. (I'm pretty sure I've seen copies of it floating around in bargain bins sold in just a jewel case.)
Umm...Just took a look around. www.outpost.com has a copy of v3.0 for 10 bucks. That cheap enough for you...????
Can't you get that program in school or anything. I got Photoshop from my school (i needed it for my education, but other people could buy it cheap aswell. Or we just made a copy from the cd this one guy bought
erm well i got the one mkK offered. its called GIF Construction Set Professional. its ok. i just think when i resize it, Easy GIF animator kept the quality a lot better. other then that its pretty good. course its an unregistered, so at the end theres the voice of a woman (sounds like the one in Unreal Tournament 2005 that says stuff like "ROAD RAGE" and "HOLY SHIT", CRM noes) thats saying i can purchase it for only 24.95 and when i do she'll stop talking. xD
QUOTE (ultima2096 @ Nov 9 2005, 05:01 PM) haven't tried the later releases but paint shop pro 7 has something called animation shop pro which was really good for the old GIFfys
But, dont you need to buy paint shop pro?
Hey, just from experience here, I use (Gimp (my avatar was made in Gimp), but while it is a truly amazing image editor for a free program, its animation capacities are limited because it requires a great deal of skill. I have not found a suitable animator either.
QUOTE (noodlz15 @ Nov 10 2005, 06:13 PM) Hey, just from experience here, I use (Gimp (my avatar was made in Gimp), but while it is a truly amazing image editor for a free program, its animation capacities are limited because it requires a great deal of skill. I have not found a suitable animator either.
Thats too bad.
Ubnfortunatly its to be expected of many open source programs. The developpers working on these projects tend to work on things they want to use. Unfortunatly, few computer people are artist at making code and paintings!