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  1. I realise Affinity Photo doesn't allow animated GIF editing currently (only the first frame is loaded), and i read in the help forum it isn't planned. However, I would love it if: 1) When an animated gif is loaded, each frame is loaded into a timeline, where you can set the time delay for each frame. 2) Each frame is on its own layer for editing 3) The edited gif could then be exported as an animated gif. It is one of the only major features I miss from Photoshop, and yep, I am aware you try to avoid direct comparisons, and I understand why. So far, the program is great though! Thanks.
  2. Hi, I understand that AD is not looking to incorporate animated GIF/timeline features. But can you make the ability to Export the layers of an AD file separately to different (static) GIF files... say in the format "FileName - 1", "FileName - 2", "FileName - 3". In this way, I can use AD's awesome rendering tools to create the GIF animation frames on different layers, export each layer as a static GIF, and then port the static GIF images into an animation GIF creator (like PhotoScape X). AD then becomes a viable option to develop animated GIFs and the only change in AD is to have a check box on the Export GIF window saying "Export layers into separate files". Thanks for your consideration, Jeff
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