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I am including an animation using

\multiinclude[<visible@+>][graphics={height=\paperheight},format=png]{path/to/animation}};

Is there a simple way to specify that I would like to get only the last frame (or a specific frame) in handout mode?

(The output looks good in handout mode, but I know that the frames are put on top of each other, which is technically ugly and makes the rendering slow.)

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you could use

\mode<beamer>{\multiinclude[<visible@+>][graphics={height=\paperheight},format=png]{path/to/animation}}
\mode<handout>{\multiinclude[start=xx][graphics={height=\paperheight},format=png]{path/to/animation}}

where you need to replace xx by the number of pngs in this animation.

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