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
    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. 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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Note: This site may be more about the "Why" of things, than the actual "How". For both this and the other site I would review the questions being asked there, and even ask on their meta site if the question is appropriate.


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