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How to convert .png stripes to one .gif file in photoshop or any other application. Thanks in advance.

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  • Do you want to animate the stripes? Can you post an example? – Alexandre Borela Aug 25 '15 at 15:55
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    Do you want to take a png SPRITE and make it animated as a gif? :) – go-junta Aug 25 '15 at 22:22
  • Hello thsi question is unclear about what it is you want as an answer. Could you please edit your post to be more clear. – joojaa Aug 26 '15 at 15:32
  • Obviously the user has said that he cannot edit his question. Asking him to "please clarify" therefore make no sense... get real. – MicroMachine Aug 27 '15 at 22:09
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There are many ways that you can convert a series of PNG images (or any other still images format) into a GIF file.

The first way would be to do it online using an online tool such as this one, this one or this one.

Doing it with software is also possible. On a Mac, GIFfun, Gif Brewery, Pic Gif or Gif Grabber can help you.

In your question, you mention using Photoshop. Using the Adobe suite is also possible; in this case you could drag and drop the images into Premiere Pro and export as a video file, then open the file into Photoshop and save for web as a GIF. Or drag them onto the Photoshop timeline, and export as a GIF.

I would recommend, whatever process you end up choosing, that your images aren't too large, and all have the same height and width.

I hope this answers your question.

  • Thanks a lot. :) I can't edit my question, so here it is again: Is there any way that I can convert a series of PNG images into a animated GIF file? – Hossein Hosseinian Aug 26 '15 at 20:40
  • Didn't my answer help you? I think I was quite specific but if there is a part of my answer that you don't understand please be more specific. – MicroMachine Aug 27 '15 at 22:10

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