Est. Budget: $5.00
I have an animated GIF that was created with a movie-making tool, and I suspect that it contains 30 separate frames per second. Most of the frames are identical, and even where there is movement, only part of the frame is changing. (The GIF standard allows partial frame replacement.)
I tried online tools, and they don't seem very sophisticated; the results appear "smeared".
If you are familiar with a tool, (either online or software), that can *correctly* compress an ...