On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 04:09:49PM -0700, Steve Bibayoff wrote:
> Please excuse the most likely sophomoric difficulty of this question,
> but how do you make an animated gif that has a transparent background?
> The whole visible image is moving, so it can't cover up the previous
> fame.
> 
> I'm assuming it involves the alpha channel (or mask) somehow, but I am
> not a graphic designer and don't know what each of  terms actually
> mean. Is there a good tutorial (or even book) that explains what each
> of these terms mean?
> 
there is an option in the animation dialog, "Frame disposal where
unspecified" and the default is "I dont care".  change that to "One
frame per layer (disposal)" and it should do the trick.

carol

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