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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 28, 2008 10:45:32 PM(UTC)

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I am really in very bad situation as i checked some of the animations resized using your lead image Pro 15 with evaluation version. after evaluating some images i thought it is working and i recommended our management to purchase.
Now we purchased your product and while converting some animations it is not giving the output as required.

The problem is the individual frame images extracted from your tools are different(means if the frame is having layers your tool is giving the top layered image).
While converting from the below tool it is giving the same size image with all layers merged.
(tool used fro extract : http://www.fileheap.com/...d-gifsplitter-17129.html)

Please find the images attached one is original animated image and others are extracted images from the tool.

And the image(tabu02_250x249.gif) is the resized image using Lead tools)

Please check and give us the solution

Ravi Kumar P
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 4, 2008 12:25:55 PM(UTC)


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I've created a C# demo that wraps the API to resize animated gifs.  For more information please visit the forum post http://support.leadtools...rums/19524/ShowPost.aspx
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