How to set the GIF's width and height to the original image's?
Animated GIF file include many frames, and it has properties for the width and height. By the width and height properties, you may set the GIF's width and height based on pixels.

For example, if you set the width and height to 100 and 75, the created GIF will be of 100 x 75.

To set the width and height, you need only click the "Global Properties" tabbed window and fill in the width and height value.

The width value should be an integer value between 8 and 1024 (8 and 1024 are included).

The height value should be an integer value between 8 and 1024 (8 and 1024 are included).

To set the width and height to the original image's width and height, you need only,
1. Set the focus to the frame in the list
2. Click the "File Properties" tabbed window to see its original width and height value in the "File Properties".
3. Write down the original width and height value, fill them into the width and height textboxes in the "Global Properties" tabbed window.

After you had set the width and height value, you may set focus to one frame, then you will see the effect of the frame in the right preview tabbed window.

See Also: Properties , How to set the GIF's width and height to one frame's?

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