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I have a series of PNG figures that I use to make an animation in a beamer presentation. The animation works fine except that the frame rate is very slow, like 1 per second. I would like to make it faster, but how?

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It seems that the {1} just after the square bracket controls the frame rate:

\animategraphics[autoplay,loop,height=5cm]{1}{my_pngfiles_}{0}{22}

Changing that will change the speed apparently, e.g. to 8 say:

\animategraphics[autoplay,loop,height=5cm]{8}{my_pngfiles_}{0}{22}
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  • The last parameter can be left blank {}. Jan 15, 2014 at 1:04
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    @CodeMocker: The last one or two parameters can only be left blank if the animation frames are read from a multipage PDF.
    – AlexG
    Jan 15, 2014 at 9:08

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