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There is the APNG (Animated PNG) format, which has actually been around for a long time. Browser support is patchy at best though and support in image editing programs is even worse. APNG is an unofficial extension to PNG and was officially rejected by the PNG group. You can see some examples of animated PNGs here (you'll need to make sure you're using a ...


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Animated GIF frames have duration specified in hundredths of a second. At 30fps each frame would be 0.033333333.... The frame rates you list there all correspond to frame length with only 2 decimal places. Which is all that is allowed. Theres no way around that as far as I'm aware. Also, according to this post on the Microsoft developer blogs, some ...



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