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Courses Featured. The Path To Mograph. De Bootcamp. Cinema 4D Basecamp. After Effects Kickstart. Explainer Camp. Animation Bootcamp. Rigging Academy. By Tool. Select the button below to download a handy step-by-step GIF guide. Download GIF Guide. Photoshop is one of the most powerful tools in the world for creating GIFs. In fact, you might be surprised to hear that you can actually import video into Photoshop.

The good thing is Photoshop is included in the Creative Cloud, so if you have a CC subscription you can easily download it on your machine. Step 1: Export Video from After Effects. You can export a video using any codec, I recommend using a compressed video file because you will be taking a quality decrease when you create the GIF anyways.

Check out our exporting MP4 video in After Effects article for more on how to do that. Step 2: Import Into Photoshop. Your video will be imported as a video layer. If you have an image sequence simply select the first through last frame of your image sequence and select the image sequence box before hitting import.

Depending on the size of your video it can take a few seconds to import. Step 3: Navigate to Save for Web. From the preset menu at the top you can select a of GIF presets based on the of colors and noise in your image. I recommend using as few colors as possible to reduce the file size. Selective to Adaptive: This menu relates to your reduction settings. These settings will decide how your colors are chosen for your specific GIF.

Adaptive tends to be smoother than selective. Colors: The of colors used in your final GIF. The more colors you, use the greater the file size. Dithering: Dithering is a fancy word used to describe colored noise in your image.

You can select a few different dithering options from this menu and set the dither percentage. The more dithering your image has, the smaller your file size will be. Transparency: GIFs in Photoshop support alpha channels, but only binary, meaning that the pixel is either fully transparent or fully opaque. However, to smooth out the edges of your GIF, Photoshop allows you to select a Transparency Dithering option that will simulate smooth edges using the matte color box.

Matte: Sets the background color that the transparency dithering options. This setting will use to smooth out edges if placed on a background that is the same color as the matte. Set the matte color to the color of your web or background. Interlaced: An interlaced GIF lo odd horizontal pixel rows then even pixel rows. This can allow your audience to see your GIF before the full image lo. Web Snap: Adjust this slider to change your colors to web-safe colors. Lossy: The amount of compression in your final GIF.

Preview: Selects the color profile for the preview box to the left. Metadata: Selects the metadata information that is stored on your final image. Metadata is extra information stored inside of your image file. Quality: Selects the way in which your new file resolution will be interpreted. Nearest Neighbor and Bilinear can be harsh. The bicubic options are smoother with Bicubic Smoother being best for enlargements and Bicubic sharper being best for image reductions. GIFs saved out of Photoshop tend to be really high-quality and nice compared to those saved out of other applications.

If you want to save a GIF in a jiff try using the next method. Pros: Easy to Use, Fast. All you do is save a video clip from After Effects and drag and drop the video file over the application. Your final GIF will automatically be created. Pros: Fast, Easy, Customizable.

Step 1: Select Your Composition. Just make sure you have your composition highlighted in the timeline. Step 2: Adjust Your Settings. From the GIFGun panel you can hit a little gear icon that will open up your settings. Output To: You can select to export your file to the project folder where your. This is especially helpful when exporting GIFs for web s with specific widths. I do this all the time. The more colors you have the larger your file size will be.

FPS: Frames per second. Lossless will be the highest quality possible. Compress: The amount of compression that your GIF will feature. More compression will result in a smaller file size, but a reduction and quality. Progressive Render: Increases Render Speed. Save Video Copy: Saves a copy of the video to your hard drive.

GIFGun even has a trial version that you can test. You can check it out over on aescripts. It saves me at least 5 minutes each time I use it. The question is… What are you going to do with all your free time? Pros: Free, Easy to Use,. Cons: Low Customization Options. There are a lot of free websites out there that allow you to convert your videos to GIFs online.

One of the most popular is Giphy aka the best thing to ever happen to Slack…. Bonus Media Encoder. Just select 'Animated GIF' from the dropdown menu and adjust your settings. There are a few different things you can do to reduce your GIF file size without losing quality. Reduce Camera Shake. GIFs reduce file sizes by blending matching colored pixels together between frames. So to reduce your file size try to minimize any camera shake you may have in your video. I recommend using tools like the warp stabilizer to reduce the amount of shake.

Simple Backgrounds. A simple single-colored solid should do the trick! Minimize Colors. Try to use as few colors as possible when animating your GIF. The fewer your colors the smaller your final GIF size. So to reduce on file size, go ahead and add in a colored background instead of rendering out your GIF with alpha channels. This will also make your edges less jagged and improve the overall quality of your GIF. Reduce FPS to 15 or less. Video Transcript. Hey, what's up? This is Caleb Ward with School of Motion. There is a fantastic tool called GIF Gun that I'll get to a little bit further on in this tutorial, but for the most part, in order to create a GIF using After Effects, you have to export a finished video and then convert that video into a GIF.

Now the good thing is, if you use the creative cloud, and if you're watching this video there's a really good chance that you do, you will actually be able to use Photoshop to create a GIF in only a matter of seconds. Each one of these methods have their own advantages and disadvantages, but I encourage you to go check out the blog post over on our website if you want to learn more about when to use each one of these solutions whenever you're creating a GIF.

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