3 Replies Latest reply on May 5, 2008 12:45 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Very Simple Question About Animated GIF Background

      Till now I didn't realise that I don't have to copy the whole picture into every frame, I can simply keep the "static" part as a background, and animate only the changing object (for example, some letters). This way the final file will be much smaller in size.
      I right-click on the selection and choose Animate Selection, but then I don't know how to arrange the animated selection and the background static picture to achieve the desireble result.
      Please advise.