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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.
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
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 ...
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
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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