Linux Quick and Simple Animated Banner Creation using gifsicle

This is just how I like things, quick and simple through CLI (command line) using gifsicle for free.

gifsicle --colors 256 --delay=200 --loop banner.gif banner-page2.gif > banner.gif

banner.gif = the first page of the banner

banner-page2.gif = the second page

--delay=200 ms to switch between the two

--loop=it goes back and forth between the two pages forever

banner.gif=the resulting animated gif.

There are many other options and features but this is a quick and easy way to get an Animated banner going.


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