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    Default Placing a .gif in a video

    I have a question.

    I want to get a .gif file inside a my video. Is it possible?

    Like for example... Placing the "laughing man" spinning logo in the video. (Google it and go in images)

    And if it is, then with what program?

    A reply will be appreciated.

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    The actual feature you need is the ability to handle animated gifs. I know that Corel VideoStudio Pro X2 can do it for sure but I don't know of any others. Just go to the usual suspect's sites (Cyberlink Power Director, Sony Vegas, Pinnacle Studio etc) and check for animated gifs as a compatible imort file type.

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    Vegas accepts gifs onto the timeline with no sweat.

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    What application are you currently using? Maybe we can get it working on that.

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    None

    I just wanted to know whether it is possible, if so on what programs and how.

    Now I know that it works on vegas. All I need now is the how :p

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    it work in premiere, it treats it like a video

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    Use VidLogo - it's a special app for adding image, animated and video (avi) logos to movie. Hopefully, this will help

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