Well I am new in Vim. So learning while working using Vim. I am currently learning Kivy (A Python framework) and taking some notes using Vim. However sometimes I need to save pictures (like .jpeg, .bmp etc.) and animations (like .gif) in my notebook. But the problem is after spending 15 minutes in Google I did not get any good answer to whether I can insert pictures and animations to my Vim documents or not? If I can insert then how can I do so? Can anyone let me know if there is any way to do?
So why you should insert .gif images?
You can see this .gif image (http://kivy.org/docs/api-kivy.uix.anchorlayout.html#module-kivy.uix.anchorlayout). It gives much better idea than reading tons of words. I just want to save .gif images like this. I know I can download and play these images using IE. Also I can create links from my Vim document to the file to play it using IE. But I think the most convenient way would be inserting the file inside of my notebook(i.e. my Vim file).