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Adjusting the size of an animated gif

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I have received an animated gif from a customer to place on their website. The gif is 728 pixels wide. I need to make it 840 wide to fit their web site.

The gif consists of 14 frames (14 individual gifs). I realize that I could just increase the width of individual gifs but I don't know how to "extract" individual gifs from the completed animated gif.

I use a package called Advanced Gif Animator from Creabit.

How can I extract the individual gifs from the overall Aniamated gif?
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You could simply use the gif as is, and allow the browser to resize it. This would prevent an increase in file size, and should contribute to faster page loading.
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To Thejaka:

I thought of that but then it would stretch the gif, wouldn't it?

I can't extract the individual underlying gifs & agjust them the way I want to?
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Sorry for the late response.
You could resize the gif with the gimp, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint, etc.
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