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Make a .gif move backards

Aug 22, 2014, 02:24
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Question Make a .gif move backards
Hello guys! Real newbie here.
So, I was just making a .gif with Gimp, and for that I'm using 10 images.
I managed to do everything just fine and the result is almost what I want, there is only one thing I don't know how to do: After all 10 frames of the .gif are shown, it jumps back to frame number 1 but I want them to go in a decreasing way back to it. I know a fast solution would be re-adding the images as other layers, but the file size will increase. Is there any way I can set this option?
Thanks in advance! Heart
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Aug 23, 2014, 02:19
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RE: Make a .gif move backards
(Aug 22, 2014 08:01)ofnuts Wrote:  You have to duplicate the frame in reverse order.

Thanks! That worked like a charm!
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