An old program I made for the AmigaOS, still downloadable, mainly for nostalgic reasons.
GifComposer takes some GIF-pictures and creates an animation of them, like those annoying ones you see on webpages. It uses the shell-program WhirlGIF to create the animation and has a user-friendly graphical user interface, based on MUI, which lets you easily add pictures and manipulate the order they will appear in the animation.
All options used by WhirlGIF 2.02 are supported, such as transparency, 4 different disposal methods, Netscape-looping and framerate.
This release of GIFComposer is still on the beta-stage (although usable), and the development is pretty much on the ice.
- Amiga Workbench 3.0 (Might work on WB 2.0 too. Haven't tested yet.)
- MUI 3.8
- WhirlGIF 2.02
- An animation-viewer (optional)
- An image-viewer (optional)