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Bad quality gif with ImageReady

Bad quality gif with ImageReady

Bad quality gif with ImageReady

I have Adobe ImageReady CS2 version 9.

I have made a lot of gifs, but sometimes, and I don't have a clue why, the gif file shows tiny white pixels. Like this for instance:

I have a "24" blog (http://24.skynetblogs.be) and as you can see I make a lot of gif-files. Can somebody help me avoiding this problem?

- the gif images are +/- 18kb (256 colours).
- when I put the gifs in a easy little program like 'UnFREEz 2.1' It works, good image quality, but of course I can't change the timer like I want, such as in Adobe ImageReady.

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