On Thu, 18 Apr 2002, Richard Lynch wrote:
> I have used PHP to generate a series of JPEG files, which after doing:
> convert -delay 0 *.jpg animated.gif
> make a rather nifty animated GIF file.
> Just one tiny problem...
> How the heck do 8 files, ~24 K each, turn into 3 *MEGS* worth of
> animation?...

It's not unbelievable. JPEGs can be highly compressed, and expand to a lot 
of image data. Depending on the type of image, the GIF format might not be 
able to handle it very well.

I'm guessing the images are pretty large physically ( 100 or hundreds of
pixels in each dimension), correct?


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