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Doing backup Gifs or static Jpegs is a pain in the ass when doing HTML5 banners as it usually means dumbing down the concept/animation to fit within strict media company filesize guidelines.
I'd got a project manager to ask the media company what the stats were of people who would see the backup gifs rather than the HTML5 ones but they couldn't tell us.
Surely it's a really small number as most browsers will support HTML5.
Just wondering as it could save a shitload of time having to create Gif backups for each campaign when really a jpeg would suffice as nae cunts gonna see them anyway!
What's an HTML5 gif? How is it any different than the regular ones?
While most browsers do support HTML5 there is no accounting for the edge cases that could cause a user to not be able to see the ads. Perhaps you would benefit from improving the process of making the bg animated gifs...