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GIFincluder for Adobe Muse
Think animated GIFs are just for internet geeks? Think again!
Do cooler things with animated GIFs!
Designed specifically for the web, GIF files are typically small in size, making them perfect for adding a touch of movement to a blog post or webpage. With GIF includer you can now embed animated GIFs in your Muse project and thus breathe life into an otherwise static page. Think about using GIFs on your MusexPress blog to add humor to an otherwise dry topic, or increase the feeling of user interaction. Use them on your Muse website to grab the users attention, increase comprehension or simply bring a smile to the reader’s face.
After you download the file, look for “Musegain – Widget”.zip in your Downloads folder. Double click on the .zip file to decompress it. You will now have a folder named after the widget. Ideally you should move this to another place on your hard drive. Now follow the steps below.
1. Launch Muse if it is not already running.
2. Click the Import Muse Library button in the bottom left corner of the Library panel.
3. In the Import Library Items dialog box that appears, browse to select the .mulib file in your Downloads folder within a folder called after the widget or if you have moved this folder, either search for it or go to the place it was moved to, then click Open.
4. The imported folder (Musegain – Widget) appears in the Library panel, ready for use in the current file. Then drag/drop the widget to your project, set the options and enjoy!