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How do you make high quality gifs, /a/?
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Paint
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Please respond
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>>101294536
Take screencaps for every frame of animation you want and save them all into one folder. Then, open up Photoshop click File, click scripts, and select "load files into stack." After that, choose "folder" and select the folder that you saved the images into. After that, go to the timeline and select "make frames from layers." You'll probably have to reverse frames after that, and then you just save it as a .gif.
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>>101294769
That sounds painfully suboptimal.
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Use a high quality source.
Import said source
Make gif
Export it

Or doing it the hard why like >>101294769 described.
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>>101294869
*way
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>>101294869
But to what programs?
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>>101294975
Photoshop
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>>101294975
Paint
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ffdshow to capture the frames, Photoshop to animate them.

No need to use Bridge as this image says, just load files into stack like >>101294769 said
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>>101294366
With Instagiffer or Gifcam.
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>>101295699
>Instagiffer
Does it support .mkv?
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>>101295925
I think he was joking.
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>>101295043

How come this person can create gifs yet choose to make his guide an oversized PNG piece of shit?
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>>101294366
GIFcam,come at me.
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>>101294536
Youjo-chan kawaii
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>>101294366
Aside from what's already been said, if the gif is going to be too big the best way to reduce size without losing quality is usually to try and remove as much grain as possible.
If you take the gif in >>101294975 for example, the background and onii-chan don't appear to move at all. But if you look really closely, they're slightly different in every frame because of grain. This means that you waste a lot of filesize essentially 'animating' the static background.
Just by selecting the parts of the image that are (or should be) the same in every frame, putting them on a separate layer and making it visible in all frames, you can reduce the filesize significantly without any loss in quality.
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Thanks /a/ I made my first gif! Please enjoy.
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>>101299357
This.
Also, if your gif contains large areas of uniform colour, then one way of reducing noise is to edit the palette in such a way as to map very similar colours to only one colour. This may screw with the background and often results in aliasing, though, so use with caution.
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>>101301261
Is the source that choppy?
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>>101301882
Also, looking at the raw frames can sometimes be interesting to see how much noise they have.
http://regex.info/exif.cgi?imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fi.4cdn.org%2Fa%2Fsrc%2F1391228006554.gif
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>>101302038
Don't you watch pupipo?
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I don't think I got the timing quite right for this one.
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I just use GIFcam and photoshop, high quality isn't on my priorities
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>>101304115
>high quality isn't on my priorities
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photoshop CS2
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I import the video into Premiere Pro and cut it there, and then export as Animation and import into Photoshop.
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>>101304115
GifCam has always given me black bars in the corners. It's fine otherwise. It really annoys me, though.
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>>101304367
Why not just import the video and select the scene you want to import
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>>101303681
It looks fine to me. The source is probably a crappy Youtube rip.
I don't know PS much, but can it resize a GIF?
You might want to use VirtualDub.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N40lDaaYDs2olAiv4frcjIqu0UrWedWG0v98VZnsdPQ/edit?hl=en_GB
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>>101303681
so cute
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>>101304418
Into what? What?
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>>101304448
"That"
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>>101304479
oh
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>>101304448
Import video into Photoshop and select the scene you want
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>>101304530
It doesn't work like that. You can't cut in Photoshop.
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>>101304417
Gifcam alone is too shit, using photoshop with it is pretty much a must
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What's the newest/best version of PS?
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>>101304624
CC
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>>101304558
Not cutting but selecting the scene
Sorry for the Germany layout
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How do we make moot support soundless WebM, /a/?
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>>101304624
Not my version
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>>101304624
boku no google
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>>101304701
That is cutting. Firstly, scenes are not defined within the video file. Secondly, they would be far, faaaaaar too long to be made into gifs.
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>>101304716
Buy passes, goy.
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>>101304716
Never.
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>>101304879
>jpg
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>>101304757
>Secondly, they would be far, faaaaaar too long to be made into gifs.

I don't really get what you mean.
I have no problem making gifs with this method.
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Pic related is the best way. In my opinion
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>>101304419
ffdshow is better than VirtualDub because you can just use MPC to capture the frames rather than some slow clunky piece of shit.
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>>101304920
You didn't remove duplicate frames.
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>>101304716
We can already do that with a bit of trickery.
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>>101304722
How does CS3 hold up?
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>>101305007
Yeah, it's just randomly blasting away frames.
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>>101304920
>0.1 second interval
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1: download a hardsubbed xvid re-encode of the show you want from TT. make sure its a horriblesubs funimation rip
2: encode it as 1920x1080 x264, open in in aegisub and add in some fabulous karaoke for all the insert songs
3: encode back to a 704x480 xvid
4: encode to 1280x720 rmvb
5: encode back to 704x480 xvid. following this stage you now can now decode it with 3 different codecs for thrice the playback power!
6: open in vlc
7: take screenshots of each individual frame
8: record the audio with your phone
9: encode the audio from the phone to 7.1 flac to reduce rotational velocidensity
10: encode it again to q-1.0 vorbis
11: encode it again to 192kbps aac
12: make a slideshow of the screenshots with windows movie maker
13: add in your audio
14: add in some linkin park to play alongside the audio, it's like watching an amv!
15: use windows movie makers build in encoder to encode to youtube size
16: upload to youtube, add in loads of annotations and emoticons
17: download the .flv from youtube
18: open in vlc
19: nagisa dies at the end of clannad
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>high quality
>gif
contradictory
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>>101305258
>number 19
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I just record thing with gifcam, export to avi and import to photoshop.
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>>101305258
>19
That's actually wrong.
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>>101305464
That's stupid, just learn to ffdshow. gifcam doesn't always record smoothly.
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Not gif related, but a huge pet peeve of mine. Please stop using the magic want tool to make your transparencies.

>>101299357
>>101301882
These are great great GREAT advice. This gif I made was about 3.5MB until I edited it so that only the moving bits (between the two spots on the wall and her knees) were actually animated.

Look at this gif >>101304028
No way in hell you could make all that fit without tweaking it or making the image a lot smaller. I was working on that scene for a while and gave up. I forgot to mess with the color palette.
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If you actually want to edit and compress your gifs photoshop is the right choice. Otherwise you're fine with ffdshow.
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>>101305840
>excess frames
>complaining about filesize
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>>101305946
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>>101306015
There are no excess frames. I went through and took all the duplicates out. When her head remains still it's a 2.5 second pause, and when her head moves down slowly it does so verrrrry gradually, literally 1 pixel per frame. The snot bubble doesn't change at the same rate that her head moves.
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>>101306021
Don't question me. It's a lonely Saturday evening after all.
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>>101306194
76-79, 83-87, 88-99, 102 has no movement.
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>>101306194
>literally 1 pixel per frame
Which no one can see, that gif could probably be 50 frames and still be just as smooth.
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>>101305055
>(3 MB, 1280x720)
Nothing here.
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>>101306617
That's just what they want you to think.
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>>101306617
You need to install 4chan music player addon first.
http://dnsev.github.io/4cs/
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>>101305840
see
>>101299357
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>>101305055
I want sound threads to come back.
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>>101306455
No way. It would definitely look different. It's nice and smooth as is and less smooth if you take half of those out.

>>101306363
I definitely fucked that up though. I this I just gave up when I started looking through her head droop and saw that none of those were duplicates. I caught the long pause at least! That shaves about .3MB off.

>>101306821
No idea how you did that though. I already cut out only the moving parts to make mine and it's almost 3 times as large.
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>>101306739
>dat new install page
based as fuck
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>>101306739
Is there an extension for 4chan gold?
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>>101306943
>I already cut out only the moving parts

Could've sworn I did but upon closer inspection... I definitely remember cutting the filesize in half after isolating the bits between her knees and the spots on the wall though. Weird. Must've been thinking of a different file and didn't bother with that one since it fit.
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>>101295699
Instagiffer is actually useful. Just set the start time and how many seconds then export the frames.
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>>101306934
Then start one.
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why dont people just use gifcam?
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>>101307746
Because it makes bloated gifs with inconsistent frame rates.
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>>101308007
it's not bad for quick and dirty gifs
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>>101308327
>1.81 MB for 6 frames repeating over and over
>not bad
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>>101307746
I made this with gifcam

>>101308327
how is this the same size, assuming you used it too
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>>101308327
That's fucking awful. 1.81 MB? Are you fucking kidding me?
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>>101308499
>how is this the same size, assuming you used it too

Because gifcam saves everything using the same one-size-fits-none method. There's a reason for all those options in Photoshop, different gifs need different settings.
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When you're trying to get a gif to sync up with some music, is there a better method than just saving it over and over again with slight timing tweaks until it finally fits right?
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>>101308473
>>101308534
What is this, 1998? Who gives a shit.
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>>101309072
People who aren't mentally retarded and can do something as simple as making a gif.
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>>101309136
109 KB, 1.81 MB, they both load instantly. No one cares.
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>>101308327
>uncleaned unique 256 palette for each frame
>56 frames when6 would do
>hai /o/! Which $70,000 Harley is best for riding down to the shops to buy milk????
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>>101309210
You're such an elitist.
Some people can't load 1.8Mb instantly due to internet limitations (sometimes temporary) or because they're viewing the gif in a platform other than their computer, not to mention there's some sites that limit filesize and storage space. If someone wants to save the gif, that's also unnecessary space you're taking. Do everyone a favor and just don't make gifs if you can't do it decently
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>>101305743
that takes a few seconds longer, so fuck it
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>>101309436
>elitist
No, he's just incompetent and retarded.
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>>101309508
ffdshow lets you tweak things like timing and quality that can make the difference between making your gif fit under 3mb or not.
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>>101308473
>>101308534
>>101309418
it was just a joke

you know, a joke

i even yoyo'd it a few times to bloat it up some more

jeez...
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>>101309560
Not that guy, but I tried installing ffdshow and I can't figure out how to run it. There's no executable file, script, or anything of the sort.
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>they both load instantly.

Only for people using Internet Explorer on Interwebs who don't have the Hacker Skillz to have be doing things like download torrents in the background.
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>>101309630
Oh, the old "I was just pretending to be retarded" trick.
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>>101309660
not everyone is out to get you
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>>101309648
Look in your taskbar, it opens automatically with MPC.
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>>101309688
I never thought that way. It seems more like you were out to get yourself by being so retarded.
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>>101309724
if you have no sense of humor and have a fedora several sizes too small, maybe.
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>>101309655
What internet do you have? DSL? Fucking satellite?
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>>101309648
In MPC you select play > filters > ffdshow. You may have to add it manually or remove the default filters under options before it shows up on the menu.
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>>101309788
I do not find retards funny.
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>>101309823
if you've got sand in your vag that sounds like your problem
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>>101309660
Guy, not everything can be neatly summarized in a meme. Just take a look at the context and you should find it pretty plain that it was actually a joke. But you probably lack critical thinking skills, so don't stress yourself.

>inb4 b8
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>>101309908
>>101309823
Autism battle!`
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>>101309944
>Just take a look at the context and you should find it pretty plain that it was actually a joke.
I don't find myself laughing. Surely there can't be a joke that's not funny.
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Mpv has a button to take screenshots every frame (I don't remember what it is by default since I rebound it). I wrote a small python script to delete every other image out of those dumped frames, since those are usually repeated frames or they're extremely similar. Then I just tell imagemagick to take all those images and make a gif with something similar to "convert -resize 640x360 -delay 8.341 -ordered-dither o8x8,13 -fuzz 10% -layers RemoveDups -loop 0 *.jpg output.gif" depending on how long and detailed the gif is.
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>I think I'll use my K-R@D GIF Animation skills to make my avatar for Livejournal!!!
>y LJ not let me have 2MB avatar image? ;_;
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>>101310021
You got rused to hell tho and fell for the b8 m8.
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>>101308953
Me again. See like here, I spent like 20 minutes trying to get the timing right and then finally I get to a point where it's either just a little too slow, or if I add 1 more millisecond to the timing it's just a little too fast. I'm guessing it can't be helped since I'm limited to milliseconds for timing and it just doesn't work out right in this case, right?
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>>101304920
Ok, I got stuck already. How can I open an .mkv in VirtualDub? Looking around it seems there are several different options.
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>>101309814
Thanks for this, and all the other /a/nons answering questions they might find stupid.
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>>101310942
I never would've gotten ffdshow working myself if someone hadn't explained that to me. Don't worry about it. This is an educational thread.
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>>101309814
You can also just double click this.
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>>101303681
You might want to reverse the gif to make it more fluid.
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>>101310790
So, I found a plugin that is supposed to make it so you can load .mkvs in VirtualDub but the plugin isn't being detected by VirtualDub. Can anyone help me with this?
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Timing works nice for this one at least!
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>>101311296
Oh nevermind, I seem to have gotten it to work.
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>>101297887
I'll always used this guide with CS6, you get high quality gifs at a quite low size.
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>>101311654
What is this, a gif for ants?
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I just use a free video to gif convertor, rip it at source resolution, fuck with the frames and timing in PS and downscale it for /a/.
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>>101311638
A few issues with that guide:
- Using VirtualDub instead of the easier ffdshow
- Capturing every frame instead of every second frame, which just means you'll have to retime them all (except for the rare scene animated in ones)
- Most gifs can be made with lossiness set at 0. Anything more looks shitty and should be a last resort.
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>>101311893
>Most gifs can be made with lossiness set at 0. Anything more looks shitty and should be a last resort.
Most of the time 10 looks exactly the same as 0 unless you're looking at it from 2 inches away with the intent of finding things wrong with it.
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>>101311893
>Capturing every frame instead of every second frame
You're fucking up the timing for threes.
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>>101311692
That's enough for me. I'm not a gif fan If I want to see the animation in HQ I just play the MKV.
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Get the frames using whatever you want, and get imagemagick.

convert *.png -resize 320 -set delay 4 -loop 0 -fuzz 2% -layers OptimizeFrame -fuzz 0.5% -layers OptimizeTransparency -layers RemoveDups -dither FloydSteinberg -colors 256 filename.gif

Here's a gif I made with this method, and you can change the sizes of course.
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My problem is with longer scenes.
This gif is one someone made.
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>>101312356
And here is my attempt at creating the same thing.
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>>101312356
>>101312392
The one that someone else made is higher quality AND has a smaller file size.
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>>101312437
That one is missing frames and looks choppier as a result, though.
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>>101312392
Try using no dithering.
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>>101312588
I suppose

>>101312655
That would lower the file size, but also make it look pretty terrible.
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>>101312437
Did you try all the settings (Selective/Perceptual/Adaptive and Diffusion/Pattern/No Dither)?

I usually use Pattern for long gifs.
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>>101306934
They're still around.

But yeah, this
>>101307667
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>>101312776
Isn't pattern always bigger than diffusion?
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>>101312776
Yeah i spent quite a while messing around with the settings, I think i need to learn how to make a custom color palette instead of just letting it auto choose it for me all the time.
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>>101312856
No, it depends on the gif. I made this with Pattern and it would look like shit with Diffusion at the same filesize.
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>>101304716
>the internet will never evolve beyond using this shit format that should've died years ago
feels bad
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>>101299357
You can take this even further.
For this gif, I copy-pasted the ball on each frame into a separate layer, then I took a frame without the ball and made that image visible on all frames and then made the layers with the ball visible on each according frame. The result is a gif with almost no excess noise.
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>>101312392
You could shave off some kilobytes using >>101299357, but he didn't do that either. It's possible he just got lucky with the vagaries of compression. Sometimes deleting frames or reducing dimension will even increase the filesize.
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I did it, I made my first gif. How did I do?
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>>101294366
I steal them from tumblr
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>>101313885
My photoshop skills arent very good when it comes to editing the images.
Like this gif, when the door opens to the zombie version the doors were originally a different color so i just copy pasted the doors from the first half of the gif.
So in the second half the edges of the doors look too sharp.
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>>101313976
I'm fairly certain that deleting frames will never increase the filesize.
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>>101313885
Did you need to select the ball 35 times?
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>>101314068
what episode was this?
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>>101303681
>>101304442
anyone have the hueheuhue version of this?
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>>101314126
The OVA.
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>>101314125
Not quite. On some of the frames the ball doesn't change, but the bonsai does.
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>>101314139
thanks
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>>101294366
[anon@archvm ~]$ ./4gif.rb /media/sf_e/vid/anime/Arpeggio\ of\ Blue\ Steel/\[Underwater\]\ Arpeggio\ of\ Blue\ Steel\ -\ Ars\ Nova\ -\ 10\ \(720p\)\ \[4DD60C09\].mkv "0:17:43.854" "0:18:23.769"
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scaling factor: 200/1000 -> size: 3566350
scaling factor: 175/1000 -> size: 2903969
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scaling factor: 181/1000 -> size: 3052899
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scaling factor: 185/1000 -> size: 3150160

//1280x720>>228x128
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You either sacrifice frame-rate, resolution or quality.
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Did I do good?
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>>101314383
Or filesize.
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>>101314424
N-No not really.
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>>101314068
Whats he doing under there?
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>>101314122
It happened to me today while I was making this. I deleted 6 frames when it was 2.999MB and it became something like 3.02MB.

I can't reproduce it now by editing the finished gif, though.
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>>101294975
Gimp and ImageMagick work quite fine.
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>>101314424
It's a masterpiece.
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>>101314424
The sound & sync are really good. The gif not so much.

but I can't into gifs so I wouldn't know where to start giving constructive criticism.
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>>101314365
>using every frame
Enjoy your huge files.
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>>101314498
That dithering is horrible.
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>>101314547
>sound & sync
wat
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>>101314732
see
>>101306724
>>101306739
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>>101314596
https://0-media-cdn.foolz.us/ffuuka/board/a/image/1386/98/1386984432183.gif
suck my dick
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>>101314498
>>101314662
Its better than the version i tried making
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>>101314732
>>101314797
also, enjoy, your 4chan experience is about to get several times more awesome
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>>101314457
>>101314540
>>101314547
I kept running into an issue where ogglify won't do its thing presumably because the file was too large, so after trying to creep up to the filesize for a while I just gave up and lowballed it a bit. Actually, I just realized that it fits with diffusion now and it looks ever so slightly better this way. I had to sacrifice a lot of image quality for the sound but I put effort into syncing it at least.
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>>101314802
Did you link it just so you could post a reaction image?
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>>101304578

what do you do with the gifs after using gifcam?

instagram filters for tumblr?
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I'm otherwise pretty happy with ImageMagick but I can never get it to handle dithering properly. Floyd-Steinberg sometimes leaves random wrong colored pixels in the image and ordered dither just looks ugly most of the time.
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>>101294769
I only do this when the part I want is small. It seems like a bother when I have to import the scene I want and trim down any extra or repeating frames. Taking a screenshot of less than 5-10 frames is much faster sometimes.
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I don't know.
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>>101314912
Getting the timing right was kind of fun if you like math at all. Before removing duplicates, I had 50 seconds / 376 frames = ~.13 seconds/frame. 376 x .13 = 48.88 so I knew I'd have to make up an extra 1.12 seconds when I was done. So I set them all to .13, then went through and get the duplicates and adjusted the timing. I divided my 1.12 by 16 because I knew it would be a nice round number to get .07. Then my 324 remaining frames were divided by the same 16 to get 20.25, and I added .07 seconds to every 20th frame to make the timing almost perfect.
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>>101314068
What about this one?
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>>101315921
Did you get a number on DAT HIPS?
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What is more important, filesize or resolution?
Because really I think the standard could be raised a little.
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>>101316140
Filesize since you're watching a lossy gif on an image board, high image quality should be a bit low on your priorities.
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>>101315061
Me too. I need to learn this eventually.
http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/quantize/

Worse case scenarios I use ordered dithering but then the whole image looks grainy. For example I made some full size Flan Chu!'s the other day but there's some nasty speckling in some frames.
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>>101316330
Ordered-dithering removes most of the problem, but everything else looks slightly worse. I can't decide which one I like better.
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>>101316330
It's my first time seeing in that resolution What the video called?
And first one is better
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>>101317981
nvm
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Something big enough so that it can't be posted in other websites.
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How do I become a photoshop master?
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I manually screencap every frame and create the GIF with imagemagick, because muh freedoms
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>>101314365
anon who made the script here. I'm planning to add some iterative search for optimized ordered dithering to the script. But first I have to improve speed a bit, it's atrociously slow right now.
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Photoshop or bust. Please don't make shitty gifs.
Imagemagick would be nice and much easier if it worked properly without fuck-ups and artifacts.

>>101303681
I've made one with the right timing.
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>>101314068
>>101315921
Seriously, tell me if these are good or not.
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>>101310074
How can I get this gif http://puu.sh/6Go6G.gif to under 1Mb with minimal quality loss?



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