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How to place background in animated gif


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I have an animated gif.

Now I would like to place a background to the animated gif.

Can anyone guide in a stepwise manner how to do it in paint.net.

thanks.

Example attached shows one animated gif and a human face to be used as background.

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You'd need to break the gif image down into it's individual frames first, and save each individual frames as it's own file.

I use Click Here to do this task.

I looked and the spider gif is 16 frames

Then, open your background image, and load frame 1 into a layer above it, and merge down, and save as a new image.

Then, open your background image, and load frame 2 into a layer above it, and merge down, and save as a new image.

Then, open your background image, and load frame 3 into a layer above it, and merge down, and save as a new image.

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Then, open your background image, and load frame 16 into a layer above it, and merge down, and save as a new image.

Then create your gif file using the individual images you created with the spider running all over her face.

Refer to this tutorial for help

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