Yes, I know how to make them and how to change the frame speed. What I am wondering is if I would be able to condense or dilate the timeline of a .GIF that is no longer a .PSD. This is not important, it is simply me wondering.
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Yes, go ahead and open the gif in photoshop, then go to Window > Timeline
From there, you can select all of the images, then select the time you’d like them to change at:
It’s best not to modify it too much though as it can cause choppy-ness.
I currently have none to experiment with
Oh, well the answer is yes, since you were wondering.
Is the file you are looking at a .PSD or .GIF?
Just a .gif
Okay. Thank you.
Pavman is too cool.
FYI after effects is the best program to get the best quality out of a gif. It’s also pretty easy to change frame rate and make it smooth.
*even though webm is much better in terms of file size.
Here’s a couple I made to show quality/frame rate.
1920x1080 source quality
720x360 source quality