Agree with this guy ^
Been forever since I made a gif. Needed a new avatar for a different forum, decided Salli Richardson would be good, and why not make a bigger one and post it to phun? 5 MB, but if I optimized it anymore it looked like crap... Also, my frame rate is really quick, but it seems slow when the gif is loaded. Anyone have any insight into that?
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I use the software from this thread
Video quality is important, but, past a given point, the quality and dimensions of the video don't matter.
With most commercially produced videos, I use a program called Soft to cut out half the frames. I would rather have twice the action than half the length. For the amount of time and the size of gifs, no one can tell the difference.
I use Virtualdub and Avidemux 2.4 GTK+ to crop and resize scenes before I load them into ULead.
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