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Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hello Experts,

I remember using a software long time ago,
Yeah i software to turn .gif format to Video...
But i don't seen to find it any more in Google. :-(

Does anybody know a good software to turn a .gif into video?

Thanks in advance
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Thanks Pony, but do you know any freeware? none of these are are free :-(
GIF to AVI SWF Converter is the only one that does the job right, but is not free.
Then AVS Video Converter this is not for this purpose.
as for the RiverPast software, there is no link available.
i seen this site before, but never could find any download link.
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Hey never mind Pony :-) ...I got it.

Thank You
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