Photoshop CS6 to Create an Animated GIF from a Video
The new timeline feature in Photoshop CS6 will allow you to open, edit, and export videos without ever having to leave the application.
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I’m sure you’ve seen those crazy, almost hypnotic animated GIFs all over the web. I’m sure you’ve seen the ones that loop infinitely, and you probably wondered “How did they do that?” The truth is, it isn’t that hard to do in Photoshop CC. I am actually only using 2 images to create the animated GIF in Photoshop CC in my tutorial video below. I needed to create one to show off the effect I created in a tutorial, and this was the perfect way to do so. Along with images, you can also import video, so theoretically you could created an animated GIF out of a video clip, too. Learn how to create an animated GIF in Photoshop CC in the tutorial video below.
The new timeline feature in Photoshop CS6 will allow you to open, edit, and export videos without ever having to leave the application. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use this new feature to create an animated GIF from a video; a feature that could be used for banner ads, avatars, and more.
The primary purpose of the GIF file is to create a simple, compressed file, with the illusion of a video animation without needing the viewer to press the “play” button, or deal with a huge video file that takes longer to load. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to make a GIF in Flash and Photoshop CS5.
Create a Loading Animated GIF with Photoshop CC: Learn how to design a loading or download icon in the form of an animated GIF file using Adobe Photoshop CC.
Animated Gif files have been the butt of many jokes within the design community. That is because animated gifs are famous for being a bit cheesy and notorious for cluttering up a page. Used properly however, animation can draw interest to an otherwise overlooked area of a page. Today, we will demonstrate how to use Photoshop to create an animated gif in Photoshop CS5. Let’s get started!
Adobe Photoshop allows you to create basic frame-by-frame animation, perfect for amateur animators. These animated ‘images’ are then saved in the GIF format, viewable in Internet Explorer.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create such animated pictures in Adobe Photoshop, how to save them & also how they can be viewed.
Have you ever wondered how animated GIFs are created? Wish you could be a pro GIF animator overnight? Well, maybe you can because we’re revealing all the juicy secrets on how an animated GIF is produced, in this super exciting tutorial.
Introduced in 1987 by CompuServe, the animated GIF is as popular today as it has ever been. The GIF animation has gone through many phases over the years. It’s been loved, hated, and then loved again. Today, I think the GIF animation has found its place as a useful way to distribute short and fun animations online. Recently, I was inspired by a GIF that I saw on Twitter and thought the concept would make a fun tutorial. I got together with our Photography Editor at Tuts+ to organize a cross-site tutorial that shows how to shoot stop-motion photography and then assemble those photos into an animated GIF in Photoshop. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Photoshop to quickly assemble the photos we shot in the photography part of this tutorial, and create our animation.
Ever wanted to turn an app interface PSD into a fully animated demo for your clients or site? Turns out, you can use Photoshop for that, too. In this tutorial, we will design a simple news iPhone app, and then animate it for client presentation and export it as a GIF file. You'll learn everything you need to go from idea to animated demo, all inside any recent version of Photoshop.
This tutorial is a detailed video screen cast on how you can use Photoshop to create an animated gif. Gifs are a blast from the past in the late 90’s they where a hot trend every web designer seemed incorporate flashing gifs into there web projects, which really use to make me cringe. It’s a technique that can work really well when when used really subtly within a web project. Gifs are more commonly used these days within banners, and not as heavily used as it once was.