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Old 06-01-2004, 01:07 PM   #1
Registered: May 2004
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converting .tif images to an animated .gif file (Red Hat 7.2, bash shell)

I'm attempting to make a bunch of .tif images into an animated .gif file but I'm having a problem because after it writes the .tif images into a .gif file when I go to play it in Mozilla on my workstation or Internet Explorer on a Windows machine it just shows the first frame and nothing else. Anyone have any ideas? I put the short script I wrote below. Thanks.

convert -geometry 25%x25% -loop 1 -delay 10 -verbose \
<filenames>.tif movie.gif


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