Indeed you can. In those two programs, just make one layer for each of your gif frames. For the GIMP, save as *.gif and choose the animated option from the menu that comes up. In Photoshop, jump to Imageready and finetune your GIF there.
On the top, next to the dropsown box, should be a button called Configuration
Select New, name the new configuration
Select the dropdown called Windows Title, ad select the name of the running program
Then select "Capture"
After that, adjust the window settings, and hit ok, then exit out of that window.
Make sure the bottom of calccapture has capture type as Animated, and name the filename. Once all that is done, click "Capture" on the bottom right, and it should automatically bring up the window and start capturing it. Press "Stop Capture" to end.
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