Two animated gif - Composite one over another

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Re: Two animated gif - Composite one over another

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Will it not increase the image size if we use more number of frames?
As you said, It is good to keep same number of frames on both images. Is that right?

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Re: Two animated gif - Composite one over another

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Using 54 frames will make the GIF larger (in bytes) than a GIF with 24 frames.
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Re: Two animated gif - Composite one over another

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Different frame rates may also be important. See http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/anim_mods/#merge

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