How to make a GIF in Photoshop?

9 months 6 days ago #672411 by Connie K Photos
I went to Google on this first and found these instructions: 
  • Upload your images to Photoshop.
  • Open up the Timeline window.
  • In the Timeline window, click "Create Frame Animation."
  • Create a new layer for each new frame.
  • Open the same menu icon on the right, and choose "Make Frames From Layers."
  • Under each frame, select how long it should appear for before switching to the next frame.
  • At the bottom of the toolbar, select how many times you'd like it to loop.
  • Preview your GIF by pressing the play icon.
  • Save and Export Your GIF.
I have followed these instructions, yet when I press play, no change and it doesn't play.  I set up mine with 5 images that would play, but no luck.  I'm guessing there must be something I missed here. Have you tried making a GIF and experienced the same?


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9 months 3 days ago #672824 by Zach Mosher
Hey Connie, 

Try this -



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9 months 3 days ago - 9 months 3 days ago #672831 by bijutoha
If you want to create the motion graphics or animated gif in Photoshop then check some tutorials on YouTube. But you have to look at the final settings. Perfect settings give a look perfectly at your final GIF. I'm going to show you the best GIF optimization techniques in Photoshop, 

https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-best-settings-in-Photoshop-to-get-a-high-quality-animated-GIF-in-a-small-file-size/answer/Md-Bakhtiar-Uddin-1



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8 months 1 week ago #675754 by robertsmith19
Thank you so much, guys. I always wanted to learn this. Finally Got some useful tutorial here. Many many thanks again


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