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GIFs have some limitations: The graininess comes from the fact that animated GIFs have a limited color palette to work with and will use nearest-color substitution for colors that aren't in its saved palette, resulting in grainy and off-color images. Unlike JPEGs, which can have millions of colors, or vector images (which basically match any color you ...


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I was able to work around this issue (with PhotoShop CS5) with the following: Select a frame in the animation. Duplicate the layer that was moved. This duplicates it into every frame. To fix that, select frame 1 and turn off the duplicated layer (which removes it from every frame). Select the frame again, turn on the duplicated layer (this time it will ...



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