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    My intention is to try the use of animated gif images in presentations. I am searching a program capable to generate this type of images from individual bmp (or other commonly used format) images. Additional requests: the program must be for free and cost nothing.
    Any help will be appreciated.
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    How about the GIMP http://gimp.org/. This was originally developed for Unix but there's now a Windows version here http://www.gimp.org/~tml/gimp/win32/.

    Here are a couple of tutorials for creating animated GIFs with the GIMP:

    http://www.digitalhermit.com/linux/ray_tracing/gimp/

    http://www.csb.yale.edu/userguides/i.../anim_gif.html

    Alternatively, see here for a selection of freeware and shareware applications for creating animated GIFs. I haven't had a look at all of these myself but if you try some of them out, let us have your recommendations.
    http://www.greatfreeware.com/Multime...d_GIF_Editors/
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    I see someone has been studing up on the Gimp over te holidays

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor
    How about the GIMP http://gimp.org/. This was originally developed for Unix but there's now a Windows version here http://www.gimp.org/~tml/gimp/win32/.

    Here are a couple of tutorials for creating animated GIFs with the GIMP:

    http://www.digitalhermit.com/linux/ray_tracing/gimp/

    http://www.csb.yale.edu/userguides/i.../anim_gif.html

    Alternatively, see here for a selection of freeware and shareware applications for creating animated GIFs. I haven't had a look at all of these myself but if you try some of them out, let us have your recommendations.
    http://www.greatfreeware.com/Multime...d_GIF_Editors/
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    Actually, it's something I've been trying to find time to do for some time. To be honest I still haven't had the time to give it a proper test drive
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    If you are looking for a program to make animated tutorials, why not use CamStudio ( http://www.rendersoftware.com/ ) free and very easy to use...

    The latest version can be found here: http://download.com.com/redir?pid=10...-10166839.html

    Although it says 1.6 it is version 1.8 the Rendersoft website says...

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