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Discussion in 'macOS' started by RaMaz, May 15, 2007.
is there anyway to see .gifs moving in OS X's Preview?
For some odd reason, Apple removed this functionality and you can only see the individual frames. Open the image in Safari or another browser to see the animation.
cool, thxs i wonder why they took that feature out...? (maybe the world will never know )
Seriously? Aw man... I'm still waiting for my first mac to show up, but I have a big collection of animated gifs for avatars and whatnot, yet now I can't 'preview' them...
Does iPhoto animate them? I was hoping to have them in a library and tag them all with the shows and whatnot they are from... I might have to see if there's any other library system for that... I'm going to be using Aperture or Lightroom strictly for my digital photography, so that option is out, even if they do animate...
Any other options you know of?
As said above, just drag the files onto your favorite Web browser and you can see them. QuickTime Player also works, if you want something that takes up less screen space.
Guess you didn't read my full post...
My question wasn't about viewing one at a time. I realize I can use iPhoto to catalog them and use another app to display them. Guess I'll find out if iPhoto animates gifs when my Mac arrives.
GraphicConverter will play them as well, and is useful if you want to edit them at the same time.
Yes, I did. Apparently you didn't understand what you wrote. You ruled out several applications and then asked "Any other options you know of?" QuickTime Player is one of the other options. I'm very sorry that you aren't satisfied with the answer, perhaps in the future you can work harder to phrase your questions adequately.
Alternatively, I use Xee. Nice little app for viewing images, I'd recommend it.
I appreciate the other suggestion, and sorry I didn't make that apparent (apparently something else I'm bad at communicating )...
I did rule out aperture and lightroom, but not iPhoto. I asked if the animations play in that, I didn't rule it out, and no one has answered. I think that was worded adequately enough...