Does anyone know if Web browsers and MS Office have a maximum speed of
around 10 frames a second when it comes to animated gifs??
And if not could anyone suggest why my gifs are not playing at the correct
Skip the boring animated GIF PowerPoint presentation, puts most people
to sleep. Go directly to video!!!!!
> Does anyone know if Web browsers and MS Office have a maximum speed of
> around 10 frames a second when it comes to animated gifs??
I don't know if there is a specific maximum speed. However, in
the Jasc User Forum related to Animation Shop there have been
examples of animations that play poorly in Internet Explorer
even though they work fine in Animation Shop or Netscape. And
I'm not just talking about speed. Internet Explorer will
sometimes paint animated gifs as successive blocks, which
looks really ugly. I'm afraid your are a victim of Bill Gates.
One thing that has worked to overcome some of these limitations
is to make the image size of the animation smaller. Another
thing you might consider is using an .avi file in place of
Oh, and Triumph the Wonder Dog - Note: That MPEG-1 movie, w/ sound,
plays about ONE minute and is only 500kB!
Uni - who makes miracles happen :)