Help with .gif

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  1. CallSecurityNow

    CallSecurityNow OT Supporter

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    I use myspace to host my .gifs. The one I recently made doesn't upload correctly, as seen below, the .gif is 608 x 256 and 4.33 MB. Myspace limits images 5 MB+, but it doesn't say anything about dimension which I think might be the problem.

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    Does anyone know why its doing this?
     
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    I'm resizing with virtualdub, but I'm still having the same issue
     
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    gifs of movies == lame.
     
  5. whup

    whup I wish you had children and.. so that I could step

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    Just try a different image host first. Most image hosts probably try to create thumbnails of images, and if it's an animated gif that usually never ends well.
     

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