, is really not that hard.
It just looks complicated.
Do it once, and the second time is even easier.
Here's a quick how to:
Make a copy of your images to work with.
That way, you will always have a copy of the originals.
Make sure all of your images are the same size.
Convert your copies from .jpg to .gif.
Here's a tutorial, showing how to do that:Changing An Image's File Type Using Ifranview
Once the images are converted, rename them (animation_000, animation_001, animation_002, animation_003, etc.)
Here's a tutorial on how to do that:Batch Renaming Using Irfanview
This tutorial also includes a short video, so you can see the steps involved.NOTE:
The folowing steps can be found, in more detail, in the tutorial I linked you to in post #8, above:Resizing An Animated Gif
Follow this link, and go to post #2.
Open the file containing the converted, and renamed images.
Grab the bottom of the window, and drag it up.
This is to make room for UnFREEz
, to be placed underneath it.
, and drag it under the window containing your images.
Click the first image (animation_000)
to highlight it.
Hold the Shift
key, and click the last image.
This will highlight all of the images.
Grab (left click, and hold the mouse button down)
, and drag it into the open window of UnFREEz
, then release the mouse button.
All of your images have been loaded into UnFREEz
Put a check next to the Loop animation
box if you want your animation to keep replaying, over and over.
Set the Frame delay (1, will give you a frame delay of 1/100 of a second, so an entry of 100, equals 1 second)
Click the Make Animated GIF
Another window will open, in which you will be able to name, and pick a place to save your animation.
That's all there is to it.
Sounds a lot harder, than what it really is.
Just read the UnFREEz
tutorial, and watch the video,
If you have any questions about any of these steps, just ask.