Convert input.gif output.gif, what if output file exists ?

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Post by magick » 2006-06-26T07:14:26-07:00

If you want to append an image to an existing animation try this command:
  • convert input.gif output.gif output.gif

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Post by anthony » 2006-06-26T20:22:54-07:00

Note that the above is a GIF animation 'prepend'.

The output image will be overwritten with the results, as convert always reads everything into memory (or temporary memory buffers), before processing.
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