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Could we have timeline feature to make .gif?

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Hi, I'm doing my 100UI project, and I use framer to make it interactive.
But sometime it's too much complicated and surplus, I want some feature can make my single pic to become a gif or other file that can interact.


If Affinity doesn't hv this feature plan, thanks for any suggestion to make interactive design tool.(I use framer, sketch, javascript)


Thanks again!!!

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Sorry, for some reason I thought you were looking for some apps to make gif files, and I somehow missed the "layered PSD" part (in my mind I was probably combining your post and the original poster's comments). In the past I would just simply save or export the individual layers one by one until I had them all as single files and then import them into a gif maker app. It isn't ideal but it works. There are some apps that will open tiff files but I don't know if you could save a copy of a PDF as a layered tiff and open it in a gif making app? In that case though it would just be easier to use an older version of Photoshop (if you have access to it) to make the gif. 



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