Moses parts the Red Sea


There are better ways to encode animated gifs, but I don’t have access to them right now. This was exported from Macromedia Flash 8 (2005), so it’s dithered. If anyone knows of a safe, modern online .mov-to-.gif converter that uses a non-dithering encoder, or same to download for my antique (OS 10.6) Mac, let me know.


Author: Nina Paley

Animator. Director. Artist. Scapegoat.

4 thoughts on “Moses parts the Red Sea”

  1. Well, there are a bunch of free utilities that convert a YouTube clip to GIF. So you could park your clip on YouTube temporarily, just to convert it.

  2. Hi there – these gifs are fantastic! I wanted to ask for permission to use your Red Sea wave .gif in an email from my client to their rescue mission email list. If so is there a high res version you have? Would be happy to credit you or donate something if necessary. Thanks for considering…

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