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TikZ automatically creates a bounding box to fit the contents. To override, you can specify \draw[use as bounding box](-1.3,-1.3)rectangle(1.3,1.3); This is probably necessary due to the automatically-created bounding rectangle of your sequence of frames varying due to the varying placement of the elements in the picture. You might also want to clip to ...

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The manual of animate is quite explicit about this, as stated in the comment. If you are not satisfied with the text/graphics rendering in Adobe Reader you might want to play with its display settings: go Edit->Preferences->Page Display.

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Use a timeline file. The frame rate is the second field (<1st>:<2nd>:<3rd field>) in a timeline entry. It is measured in frames per second and thus equals 1/frame delay in seconds. Since we specify a frame rate for the zeroth frame in the example below, the default frame rate (12) given with \animategraphics becomes meaningless. The third ...

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For insertion of animate generated animations into layered beamer frames use the following approach. It inserts a phantom box of the same size as the animation on frame overlays where the animation is to be hidden. The original GIF was exploded into a set of PNG files angel_an-0.png ... angel_an-10.png by convert angel_an.gif angel_an.png ...

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This is an approach to what you seek by using beamer. The number will be shown on each slide starting from 0 to 15. The approach does not need animate package but OP's constraint is met. It has exactly the same output as the animate would have done. \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{animate,tikz,calc} \begin{document} \begin{frame} \begin{center} ...

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