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Butcherboy

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Any of you knows what i need to animate a logo that i have created in Illustrator?..I also have some files saved as .jpeg.
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Most web designers make Animated Logos using Image Ready--or that has been my experiance.
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I have that but cant use it.
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If you have sequential jpegs, use Irfanview to batch convert to .gif, check you keep the originals

Use unfreez to load the .gif files and click to make file, save it then check it is animated

http://irfanview.com get the plug ins also

http://www.whitsoftdev.com/unfreez/
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tx fo the replies guys. I've found a website, they have an animation like the one i want for the logo.

..click on number 7, our church logo have almost the same colors;i followed the "psychology color rule".

You guys thinks that company uses flas to animate their logos?LogoTree.com
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