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I am reading this tutorial on how to create GIF animations in GIMP.

https://www.gimp.org/tutorials/Simple_Animations/

The tutorial says,

In GIMP you specify the delay as a layer comment. Just double-click the layer comment in the layers’ window and a delay in ms enclosed in brackets ().

I have several hundred frames. Is there a way to add this text procedurally versus typing the comments all in by hand? Thanks.

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    You can change the delay when you export a GIF, no need to do them one by one. – Billy Kerr Mar 3 at 10:25
  • Sorry I wasn't clear. I only want most of the frames to have the same delay. Some need to be different. – posfan12 Mar 3 at 11:49
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    Is it hundreds of frames that need to be different, or just a few? The GIF export dialog allows you to change frame delays that are unspecified, so it won't change those you have already specified. – Billy Kerr Mar 3 at 12:02
  • That's nice, but I'm really more interested in an answer to my question. – posfan12 Mar 3 at 12:08
  • I'm asking you a question to help clarify your question. Is it hundreds of frames that need to be different, or just a few? – Billy Kerr Mar 3 at 12:09
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See retime-linked-layers-0.0.py. Should be self-explanatory. Remember that you can mass-change the "link" status of layers by shift-clicking the chain icon.

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