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Just wondering what is the best method of creating nice smooth animated gifs? (Or will they always tend to look a little choppy?) I need to create one for a site with a piece of type that simply flips.
My first few attempts were pretty choppy and pathetic. Any useful hints or tips on keeping them smooth?
- 31 frames
animate the flip in AE
vid to gif with PSappalled
- i made this with the tween buttonappalled
- in PS that is with 0.1 second delay between framesappalled
- this is really choppy on my screen.mydo
- smooth scrolling hereappalled
- chop on my screen too. increase frame rate.. ?plash_two
- 31 frames
yeah cool thanks, but still just looks a little choppy, are there any ways of creating a smoother effect? by adding more frames?
the choppiness may come from system performance, you can set the delay lower than .1 as i had done in my example for faster transitions and more frames may make it smoother but also may slow it down
More frames = smoother = larger file size
Less frame = choppier = lower file size
which browser you use makes a big difference, also how many windows or tabs you have running and cpu...
gifs! what's next...netscape 4.0.