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Thread: Animated GIF - Crossfade 2 photographs

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    Default Animated GIF - Crossfade 2 photographs

    Hi
    I have two photographs (my two daughters) and I would like to have them crossfade on loop and save this as an animated GIF.
    So, Photo 1 starts solid, then after 10 seconds cross fades to Photo 2 then after 10 seconds crossfades back to Photo 1 and so on. If possible I would like the GIF to start with Photo 1 solid rather than fade in.
    How do I do this?
    I have Photoshop and Windows Movie Maker.
    Thank you in advance.
    Craig

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    Sorry, the GIF I posted didn't work and I can't figure how to delete this post.
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    start with photo 1, cross fade to photo 2 and fade back to photo 1 again. Make sure both parts of photo 1 together are as long as the single photo 2 part. This should look fine when you loop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXLRay View Post
    start with photo 1, cross fade to photo 2 and fade back to photo 1 again. Make sure both parts of photo 1 together are as long as the single photo 2 part. This should look fine when you loop it.
    Could I send you the two pictures to do this for me. Appreciate it is a big ask.
    Craig

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