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Help with ImageReady looping question file attached

Help with ImageReady looping question file attached

(OP)
I am wanting to know how I can make this gif file loop seamlessly from start to finish.  There is a stutter at the end/beginning and I want this to be a smooth transition.   I'm having a lot of problems finding an answer on this.  If anyone has an experience with seamless looping in ImageReady please share your wisdom :)

I've attached this small file below which is the problem child.  Thanks for reading :)   

RE: Help with ImageReady looping question file attached

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I've attached this small file below which is the problem child

What are we looking at?
I see a pop up which my blocker has stopped.
As it is a gif file, I would expect it to appear on a page.
 

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: Help with ImageReady looping question file attached

(OP)
You lost me.  You aren't able to figure out how to open it?
I uploaded the gif file to filefront for a quick download.  Its just an animated gif file that I open with ImageReady and tweak the animation sequences.  But I am unable to obtain a smooth transition from start to finish (loop)

RE: Help with ImageReady looping question file attached

As a web based image I shouldn't need to download it, it should just open on the page. I am afraid that an animation of over 5Mb is just too big to be viable image. Pity the poor people who have a dial up connection.

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

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