How to save .gif

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Hey guys, i've got several pictures lined up and they are previewing perfect, but the only export options I have are through movies.. not a .gif, how do I save to the format .gif?
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It is already done automatically for you on save. No need to export. ;)
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Mine is saving a .cas file but not a .gif :(
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UncleMap wrote:
Mine is saving a .cas file but not a .gif :(

The gif is right there with that.
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Oh ok, thanks Scott I had no idea lol, i'm only used to the creating a .gif from video.
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Hey Scott, it isn't allowing me to add it to my .css files? It's still showing as a .cas file thats 46.0 kb in size.. I would think it would be larger than that considering my images..
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Nevermind it's showing i was wrong again
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I am having the same issue. My project is saved with a .cas extension. I can't upload it to my website in this format. When you say it's right there, what do you mean?
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Kelley Mitchell wrote:
I am having the same issue. My project is saved with a .cas extension. I can't upload it to my website in this format. When you say it's right there, what do you mean?

That is correct. That is your project file. You don't upload that anywhere. It is only used by the program itself.
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Nevermind. Found it.

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