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How can I watch my animations?


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I downloaded Unfreeze some time ago to do the animated rain tutorial on the forum. The only way I have found that I can see how it has turned out is by uploading to Photobucket first. The thing is that sometimes I might want to adjust the frame rate because the first try is not right. This means uploading another file to PB .

Is there any way I can watch my Gif animations working on the laptop before I upload to the internet?

 

 

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If you double-click a GIF, animated or otherwise, it will open in your default image viewer. This is usually Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, unless you've changed it, but the framerate in Picture and Fax Viewer will be noticeably slower. Open it in Firefox to see the animation at its true speed.

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Yes, from Windows Explorer onto the browser like you suggested.

Boltbait , does this mean your desktop is full of gif files? :?

I usually keep files that I'm actively working on on my desktop. When finished, I either delete them or move them to the appropriate folder under My Documents.

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Just tried a different one in FF and it does work. The file I tried originally was just a single Gif image - I must have deleted the animated image by mistake ! :oops: It was only one of my practice files anyway so I`m not too bothered.

Thanks for the help.

 

 

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