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September 30th, 1999

[1:00 PM] Mac Animation Tool Updated With QuickTime Support

The good people of BoxTop Software, Inc. have released version 2.3 of GIFmation. GIFmation is a GIF animation tool, primarily for assembling animated GIFs for the World Wide Web. New in version 2.3 is built in support for Apple's QuickTime. According to BoxTop Software:

GIFmation has been improved to take advantage of QuickTime 4, and also includes an array of automatic effects to help you create animations. GIFmation has also been optimized allowing GIFs to be smaller than they were before, and users will see a significant overall performance increase.

We have also changed the demo, so it does not expire. This should make it even easier to try, or use again, if you have not had enough of a chance to experience the full power of the software.

GIFmation is available from the BoxTop Software for US$49.95. Version 2.3 is free to registered users of version 2.x of GIFmation. You can find more information at the company's web site.

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