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Mass changing of the frame delay for a .gif animation.

Mass changing of the frame delay for a .gif animation.

Mass changing of the frame delay for a .gif animation.


I've been slowly learning to get to grips with creating animations in Fireworks. I've created several animations already, but something I keep needing to do is change the frame delay for most of the frames. At default it's set to 7/100 second. Is there a way to change the frame delay for multiple frames at once (or even change the default frame delay its set at)? For instance how could I change the frame delay for 100 frames to 3/100 second, without having to do each and every frame seperately.

Any help much appreciated.

RE: Mass changing of the frame delay for a .gif animation.

Hi Dagormatix,

select the first frame you want to change and, whilst holding down shift, select the last frame you want to change. This should highlight all frames in between. Double click on the frame delay and change as you would normally - this will change all highlighted frames.

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RE: Mass changing of the frame delay for a .gif animation.

Cheers for the help, I was sure I had tried that, but obviously I hadn't. *rollseye's at self* :)

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