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How to put a *.gif format animation picture on a form? Cause this format is unsupported.
When I try to use *.avi window animation file, it is work on my computer but when this program is transferred to other computer,
"Can't open AVI file!" shows, how to solve this?
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Answer  only to 1-st part of you Q.:
roule of EE: only 1 question in you Q!

The RXLib component package has a TGifAnimator which seems to work well. www.rxlib.com
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