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Photoshop CS6.

I have the following animated gif that i want to put above a big white canvas, in specific positions.

Here is the animation in question.

This is the white canvas with the position where this gif have to be, copied 4 times.

However, i don't know how export a gif multiple times, for ALL the frames to be above this white canvas nor move the whole animation to these specific places.

How can i copy this gif 4 times above a white canvas and in these positions?

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    This feels like your task is ill-defined, in effect an XY Problem Please tell us what you're actually trying to achieve, rather than ask us about your proposed solution.
    – Tetsujin
    Sep 11 at 18:36
  • It might sound like an ill-defined task, but it reallly is what i need to do, put the same animated gif, above an image multiple times, in specific places.
    – Flonne
    Sep 11 at 18:57
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    You duplicate the layers for the animation and animate all 4 at once in the same timeline. -- But.. I agree with @Tetsujin this sounds like an X/Y problem.. what's the final output? I mean it could be done in HTML via CSS and z-index to overlay the same image 4 times on a larger area.
    – Scott
    Sep 11 at 20:50
  • Perhaps best done in video editing software and then converted to gif. Sep 12 at 11:16

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