How to slow gif speed in Mozilla Firefox?

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I have Mozilla Firefox installed and was wondering if there is a way to slow gif speed by using some extension. Any kind of help would be appreciated.

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How to slow gif speed in Mozilla Firefox?

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Unfortunately, there are no extensions yet for slowing .GIF animations in browsers. To make it slow, you need to set it first in your GIF maker like Photoshop but I highly recommend that you should use PhotoScape if you’re not really good in editing photos. It is very easy to use, and very easy to animate.

 

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How to slow gif speed in Mozilla Firefox?

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Hi Laura Annita,

 
Mozilla Firefox does not have the extension to slow down the .GIF animation images. You can do it manually where ever you create the .GIF image. There many web sites that allow you to create .GIF images online. Below I include some sites which you can create your .GIF
 
 
In these sites there is a way to slow down your .GIF animation's speed. Hope this will help you to solve your problem.
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How to slow gif speed in Mozilla Firefox?

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I don’t think slowing the GIF animations when viewing a website on your web browser is possible. Because in the first place, the duration of every image in the sequence of images shown in a GIF animation or in a GIF file was set when the GIF file was created. There is no script that can make the animation of a GIF image slower even a web browser extension.

GIF animations on a website consumes CPU usage and if this is the reason why you want to slow down the animation intervals then what I can only suggest is to close other applications that are not necessary. I also notice the processor usage climbs up when I shift to another tab that has plenty of animated banners used for advertisements.

The images used on banners for advertisements are mostly animated GIFs. But there are banners that don’t use animated GIFs and this use less memory.

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