Very stupid question about ULEAD Gif Animator.

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Very stupid question about ULEAD Gif Animator.

Post by abledanger »

How do I select all the frames at once? Like, I open a video, pick the duration, and the frames are at the bottom there. Now if I want to edit a frame, I click on it and select options. But how do I edit all the frames at the same time? Like a control-a function. Right now I have to click each frame and manually enter the same new duration over and over. Is there a way to select them all at once?

Also, my gifs seem to play in slow motion when I make them from videos. How can I speed them up? Thanks.
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Post by Ron P. »

I'm not proficient with GIF5, as I rarely use it, and yes I need to..:) However I'll point you in the direction of some possible answers..

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Select the first frame, hold the shift key and click the last frame with the mouse. All frames between the first and last will be selected.
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Post by nmehta »

We have 2 video tutorials that may be just right to answer your question. ... ted-title/ ... ing-title/

Both these tutorials use the gif animator to create nice effects.

Hope this helps.

Edit by sjj1805 - Web Board Administrator 26 Feb 2009.
When this post was created the video tutorials mentioned were all free.
That has now changed and members are advised that they have to be purchased. I must point out that these links are only provided for the purpose of convenience to our members. Neither Corel, the Forum Management or myself endorse any of the products listed and I/We have no associations with the vendors of any software listed below. I/We do not guarantee the quality of any of these products or their compatibility with the Corel products they are designed to work with. I/We will not enter into any negotiations between Members and the Company providing these tutorials.
Neel Mehta
[size=117][color=red]Many useful VideoStudio and PhotoImpact tutorials can be found at