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You need to set dither to none. Dithering is an intentionally applied form of noise. I haven't worked in flash for a while, so not sure of the settings and options, but any dithering at all effectively adds that noise you are trying to get rid of.


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This was probably done in photoshop using the new timeline animation panel. You can read up all about it at Adobe's help page: http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/creating-timeline-animations.html


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I don’t know if this animation was made in Photoshop, but you can do it in Photoshop. If you open up the GIF and take a look in the Timeline panel, you will see that the smoothness of the animation was achieved using a high framerate (30fps, 254 frames). The animation also uses 246 out of the 256 possible colors. So it is possible to make a GIF animation ...


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It is because of minimum number of frames. If you want to avois jumping of frames use Flash professional. Or increase the number of frames in Ps


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You can do this with GIFsicle, using the following options: gifsicle -U --disposal=previous --transparent="#ffffff" -O2 anim.gif > anim_trans.gif where anim.gif and anim_trans.gif are the source and destination file names, and #ffffff is the hex code of the color you want to make transparent (here, pure white). (The important options here are -U / ...



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