Creating a GIF file which the images can be like a slide show in Paint Shop Pro

Posted on 2004-09-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-06
I would like to create a gif file which the images can rotate around like a slide show with the help of Paint Shop Pro program......
what are the steps of instruction? Is it something have to do with the layers?

What other kinds of software is the best tool for this? Thanks for your concern!
Question by:hsu_cc
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ID: 12003019
Hi Hsu CC,

An animated GIF?  Easiest way would be to set up your elements as Layers in Photoshop and then use ImageReady to create the animation.

Good Vibes!


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You only have PSP?

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How about Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0 Starter Edition??

What application software do u recommend?
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Hi  hsu_cc, since you have Paint Shop Pro, you have AnimationShop, which comes with Paint Shop Pro.

Go to file> Jasc software products>launch Animation Shop.

For instructions, go to Paint Shop Pro's help and type in "animation". You can also find instructions within Animation Shop's "help" topics, such as "creating an animation".

There are several ways to create animations. If you need further assistance, feel free to ask!

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ID: 12010467
I have used this in the past for a cheaper alternative.

GIF Construction Set Professional

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Wow, do they still make GIF Construction Set? I used to use that baaaaack in the days of HotMetal :o)

Good Vibes!


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Yep Lobo

It is still alive and kick'n thought it may help for a cheap fast alternative. Iused t back in the day when it was about the only show in town..

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