Youtube only accepts video formats.  Doesn't really matter what format, 
everything is
converted to .flv format, but some convert with better quality than others.

--- Scott <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Thursday 24 April 2008 1:39:34 pm John Culleton wrote:
> > I am just getting started on this. I know that Gimp can create
> > individual jpegs to be combined using other software into an
> > animated slideshow. But does it offer assistance beyond that?
> > Any of you who have traveled this road please chime in.
> 
> Don't know specifically about Youtube and what they require for 
> formatting of uploads, but there is animation software for the 
> Gimp (Gimp Animation Package) and several tutorials for it at 
> the Gimp Talk Forum. The one I wrote is at 
> http://www.gimptalk.com/forum/topic/Gap-For-Animated-Gif-9937-1.html, 
> if you don't mind following along with a guided tutorial.
> 
> Others may have better suggestions for something 
> Youtube-specific.
> -- 
> Scott
> Linux user #: 246504
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