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    Default How to change the size of animated gif?

    How can i change the size of animated gif images? Or the only way is do it in html? Thks.

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    your title says "animal gif" heh.

    You could just include them in an img element, and change the width/height properties to the right size. However, this doesn't change loading times and will distort the image as well as rely on the browser's not-quite-so-good scaling abilities, so it will likely appear blocky.

    Aside from that, you need an image editor that supports gifs.

    Search download.com (or google) for "gif animator"... I believe there's a program called exactly that, if I remember correctly...
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    I use adobe image ready which comes with photoshop. If it's just one image you want adjusting by all means email it to me and I'll do it for you.

    Rob

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    sure, but only if you already have photoshop... it's a big investment to just resize one gif
    (I do have PS, and I gotta say I hate image ready... for a few reasons. The main one is its terrible animation settings/format/views... ew.)

    Animation Shop which comes with Paint Shop Pro is nice... I think the price tag is around $89, not like $400 or whatever Photoshop is. I'm still using PSP v5, and it works great. Ebay it

    Anyway, though, for a practical matter, just use download.com... it's easy, free and lots of options if one doesn't work.
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    You can upload and do many things at
    gifworks

    And then not have to worry about corrupting your original

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    And then not have to worry about corrupting your original
    er... save as?
    heh
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