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Importing GIF files into Trial Pipeline Version 3.03

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Animated GIF's imported into CTA 3.03 Pipeline (Trial version) contain only the first frame of the animation. I can't find anything in the reference manuals or online help about this. 

What do I need to do to import complete animated GIF's into CTA3?
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CTA3 does not support animated GIF currently, but I advise that you can import video format into CTA3 by the props.
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I've not been able to get animated gif images to work in anything, even saving them as .agif has no effect.

The only way I found to do it is to make a movie file of the gif in Power Director 15 which loads it fine, saved it as an avi then right clicked and loaded it as an image file in CTA3.




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Thank you for the info.



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