I have an animated GIF with 34 layers converted to frames. Each frame is set to a 0.1 second dely.
When I export that GIF and play it back, the timing changes at frame 29 to a much longer delay causing a pause in an otherwise sommoth animation. I have deleted all frames / animation and rebuilt it using layers to frames, severl time and trying several different timing options. The gif exported to my desktop still has the pause / delay / glitch in it. I had a few frames that I changed the timing on them to add emphisis. I though that might be the problem so I changed them all back to 0.01 seconds and got the same problem. If I veiw the animated GIF in web preview the glitch does not show up.
Play it back where? The speed of playback of a gif is dictated by the browser/viewer being used to view it. If you set too short a delay it can be counterproductive in some viewers - although most can cope with 10fps particularly on second play.