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Most of the animated illustrations served on Web pages are GIF format animations. The use of Macromedia Shockwave and Flash is increasing, because people are looking for ways to get around the limitations of the GIF format. There are, however, some other contenders that hopefully soon will gain a significant share in the animated web content. In this section we ll take a look at the most widely used animation file formats.
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The GIF image format allows the creation of animations in a fairly simple and straightforward manner. The acceptance of GIF by the leading web browsers also attributed significantly to the widespread use of GIF animations. Ever since the introduction of
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animated GIF support in one of the earlier Netscape browsers, the use of this format has virtually exploded. Since the GIF format is the most widely used format, we ll be spending the bulk of this chapter on the creation of GIF animations. There is, however, only so much that can be accomplished within the limits of the GIF specification. It was never meant to cover the sort of elaborate animations for which it is currrently used, thus resulting in large, inefficient blobs of data shuffled over the Internet so someone can present you with a banner slightly more eye-catching than their competitor s banners. Add to that the fact that everyone in the world now has to pay royalties whenever they create a GIF image and compress it (see section 2.1.1, on page 17), and it s no wonder that people have started looking for other solutions. Unfortunately, the GIF format will be around for some time yet, mainly due to the fact that mainstream browsers are very slow in accepting the alternative formats discussed in this chapter and elsewhere. For several years to come there will be a legacy of obsolete browsers that cannot deal correctly with PNG and MNG formats but that perfectly parse and render images stored as GIF. 7.1.2
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The Multi-image Network Graphics format (see section 2.1.4, MNG, on page 19) addresses these issues. It is an open, nonproprietary format that has been specifically designed to support efficient, well compressed animations, using techniques and formats from both the PNG and JPEG standards. At this time the MNG standard is still in development, although some applications (notably ImageMagick) already support it. It avoids the application domain of formats that currently cover video compression, and is therefore unlikely to ever include sound. MNG support in web browsers is still very limited and relies on users finding and installing a plug-in.
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Plug-ins to support MNG for Netscape Navigator (Linux, Win32) and Internet Explorer (Win32) are listed on http//www.libmng.com/plugins/.
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Macromedia Flash animations are slightly different from GIF animations. They are internally formatted differently, and support all kinds of interesting operations geared toward creating animated and interactive content. A Flash application is actually much more than mere animation, although it is often used only for that. The format is proprietary, and, although the players are free, a license fee is required for software that creates the animations. There is no decent way to work with the Macromedia formats from within Perl,2 so we won t spend any more time on it.
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Since this was written, several projects have been started to make this possible, and these projects are in various stages of development. If you do a search on http://www.google.com/ for the keywords flash and perl, you will find several of them.
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For animations that should not be implemented as bitmapped frames, the Scalable Vector Graphics format (see section 2.1.5, SVG, on page 19) will prove to be an important player. Many GIF animations can be better implemented as Macromedia Flash animations, and in many places where Flash animations are now used, the SVG format will be an appropriate, nonproprietary replacement. Support for the SVG format can be expected in the next release of the major browsers since it has been adopted by the World Wide Web Consortium as a candidate recommendation for a standard. Apart from these four formats there really isn t much available that is widely supported, or looks like it might be widely supported in the near future. Many graphics packages use their own format to store animations (such as ImageMagick s MIFF format), but it is unlikely that support for these will ever be available in mainstream web browsers.
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