I thought maybe this question may fall under "software recommendation" which I've been informed is off-topic, if this is the case, would this problem be subverted by me modifying the question to:

"How can you create animated gif files of a series of image files in Blender?"

  • The only way of answering that question would be a step-by-step tutorial which you could figure out and answer yourself. Its still not a great question and likely will just go unanswered.
    – Ramhound
    Commented May 9, 2013 at 12:09
  • If you just want to combine a series of pre-rendered images into a .GIF sequence? You can use GIMP (free) or Photoshop (paid) to do that, given you already know how to export the image sequence from Blender. Commented May 9, 2013 at 13:26

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Gif creation I don't believe is really on-topic for Super User. I would suggestion looking at either:

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