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Can someone please explain me how to save each slide of a gif animation as a png file in Adobe ImageReady?

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Opening an animated gif in Photoshop will turn every frame into a layer, could help.. Please try to clarify your question though as it's not clear what you need. –  Dominic Jul 8 '13 at 18:05
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It's been quite a while since I've launched Imageready and no longer have it available to test.

By "slide" I assume you mean animation frame. In the animation panel There may be an option to save frames. If not, there is an option to flatten frames to layers. This would create a new layer for each frame of the animation. You could then simply export or save each layer as an individual image.

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Please explain the down vote or provide an answer. Thanks. –  Scott Apr 5 at 2:03
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