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layers adly mabro 07 May 17:28
  layers Carol Spears 07 May 17:40
layers Scott Bicknell 07 May 23:57
layers saulgoode@brickfilms.com 09 May 03:44
  layers Joy45 13 May 07:15
adly mabro
2006-05-07 17:28:15 UTC (about 16 years ago)

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I have small animated gifs of about 30 to 90 frames. I need to make identical changes to some or all of the layers, such as delete,change the timing attribute, adding and applying the same mask to each layer, etc. Until now I have been doing the repetitive tasks manually one layer at a time not having found any other way. Could someone please help.
Very appreciative,
Adbeik

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Carol Spears
2006-05-07 17:40:42 UTC (about 16 years ago)

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On Sun, May 07, 2006 at 11:28:15AM -0400, adly mabro wrote:

I have small animated gifs of about 30 to 90 frames. I need to make identical changes to some or all of the layers, such as delete,change the timing attribute, adding and applying the same mask to each layer, etc. Until now I have been doing the repetitive tasks manually one layer at a time not having found any other way.

use gap.

the challenge of learning the gui might rival the time it takes to manually change the frames, but it is worth it in knowledge and how your time is being spent, in my opinion.

i put some things online: http://carol.gimp.org/gimp2/animation/gap

carol

Scott Bicknell
2006-05-07 23:57:16 UTC (about 16 years ago)

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"adly mabro" wrote:

I have small animated gifs of about 30 to 90 frames. I need to make identical changes to some or all of the layers, such as delete,change the timing attribute, adding and applying the same mask to each layer, etc. Until now I have been doing the repetitive tasks manually one layer at a time not having found any other way.
Could someone please help.
Very appreciative,
Adbeik

You might also want to read the book "Grokking the GIMP" which is available online at http://gimp-savvy.com/BOOK/.

There is also a tutorial for the GIMP Animation Package (GAP) at http://wiki.gimp.org/gimp/AnimatedGif with a list of GAP tutorials at the end of the article.

Carol's tutorials are also excellent.

saulgoode@brickfilms.com
2006-05-09 03:44:33 UTC (about 16 years ago)

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I have written a script that somewhat eases the task of changing the "delays" and combination modes of a multi-layer animation image. A description of its usage and a link to whence it can downloaded is availble at the following forum.

http://www.gimptalk.com/forum/topic/Gif-Animation-Settings-3966-1.html

2022-05-13 07:15:19 UTC (9 days ago)
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I'm assuming that you're talking about Photoshop here, with an animated GIF file you've created (or possibly downloaded from somewhere). The first step would be to convert it into a video file format that Photoshop can edit, like .mov or .avi (there maybe others). One of my friends has suggested me try https://masterbundles.com/stock-content/vector/animal-svg/peacock-svg/ source to get peacock SVG Files. Then you can open it up in Photoshop as a video file and edit it away.