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I was wondering how to get the images of the frames of a .gif video?

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If you want to edit the images afterward, how about GIMP? – Hello71 May 16 '10 at 21:54

If you're looking for something web-based, you can upload a .gif to Free Online Image Editor, and go to Edit > Gif Only > Split Into Frames.

(I used to use another site, GifWorks.com, for this, but I just now found out their site was hijacked or sold or something. It's a shame; it really was a good web application.)

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