From XoYo Software:
GifSplitter can break GIF animation down into individual image frames. Then, you can select any frames of the gif animation, and modify them as you like. Also, GifSplitter will create a .gsf file which can be used in Magic ASCII Studio (http://www.xoyosoft.com/mas). So, with the help of GifSplitter you can make ASCII art animation directly from .gif animation file in Magic ASCII Studio now. Version 2 is a bug fixing release.
can use <b>irfanview</b> instead with more funtionallity. plus it dumps frames to .bmp format which is very large. if you want to convert frames back to gif some programs may not use .bmp format, irfanview can split a gif and convert frames to a HUGE number of different formats! plus alot more. >>> www.irfanview.com
The above "positive" feedbacks must be hacks, 'cause it's bologna.
All it does is leave a single .gsm file that no program can open, which apparently is some kind of list of the frames that have been left in the .gif file. There are no individual images made from the .gif file!
Simple and quick small program to split gif files.
None I have found ... does exactly as stated.
You give it the location of the input gif file, tell it where to output the split images, check or uncheck for adding background color or if you want auto fill, and hit the "split now" button. Free with no added junk - Thank you XoYo Software!!!