Friday, October 8, 2010

Little Miracles in Graphics!

The computer is a miracle in graphics.  Pictures can come to life!

Buggin' The Blog!

DEFINITION - An animated GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) file is a graphic image on a Web page that moves - for example, a twirling icon or a banner with a hand that waves or letters that magically get larger. In particular, an animated GIF is a file in the Graphics Interchange Format specified as GIF89a that contains within the single file a set of images that are presented in a specified order. An animated GIF can loop endlessly (and it appears as though your document never finishes arriving) or it can present one or a few sequences and then stop the animation. Animated GIFs are frequently used in Web ad banners. Java, Flash, and other tools can be used to achieve the same effects as an animated GIF. However, animated GIFs are generally easier to create than comparable images with Java or Flash and usually smaller in size and thus faster to display.

When you Google Image Search " moving animated gif" you get:  About 8,070,000 results
(0.45 seconds) 
These are some I have collected.  I have a folder since I really really like animated gif. 
They are great to embed in forums, use as avatars, add to comments when allowed, or designing your web, blog or MySpace!

Blu Elementals Easy GIF Animator is a great little program.  You can literally make easy GIF or edit existing ones to suit your needs.  It is especially easy to just add text to one you like.  Then you can send it to your friends email!

 You can make your own for free online using videos no need to download create online with 

Made this one myself with a video to gif converter
did this one using online SumoPaint and Blu Elementals Easy GIF

I have found very many animated gif doing a photobucket image search

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(only two of the above gif are my personal creations. See Fair Use Media Rationale at bottom of blog)

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