Re: Editing GIFs

Subject: Re: Editing GIFs
From: Max Wyss <prodok -at- PRODOK -dot- CH>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 23:56:36 +0200

Ron,

Sure, you can use Photoshop to edit GIFs ...

However, if the GIF is an animated GIF, you will be able to edit the first
frame only. For animated GIFs, you would need specific editors, such as
GifBuilder.

Hope, this can help.


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>I queried the archives for this, and found several postings for
>converting from X file format to .GIF, but found nothing about editing
>.GIF files. I have tried MS Image Composer without success. I have
>several .GIF files on an Intranet site that need correction, but so far
>have not found a tool to edit them. Would Photoshop do it? Is the
>conversion to GIF a one-way trip to Bitmapville? (it's a suburb of
>Flatland...)
>
>Does anyone have any experience with this? Thanks!
>
>- Ron Sering
>




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