Updating animated gif
In order to do this, we have to click on the tiny little down arrow button at the far right of the Timeline window.
It’s got a small down arrow and then a couple of horizontal lines next to it.
Layer 1 should be your starting picture and the last layer should be the last picture in the animation.
This part of the process probably will take up the most time out of all the steps.
Secondly, if you have a video, then you can import the video frames into layers automatically by going to File, then Import and clicking on Video Frames to Layers. Again, in order to manage the size, you might have to reduce the quality of the images in order to create a small GIF file.
I noticed that with i Message, animated gifs can now be sent and displayed.
The frames should be extracted as .tiff, so then see here: maclife.com/article/howtos/…I would recommend using the following code, it's much more lightweight, and compatible with ARC and non-ARC project, it adds a simple category on UIImage View: https://github.com/mayoff/uiimage-from-animated-gif/ FLAnimated Image fully respects alpha in GIFs.In your case, you might have to set the image view's background color to clear?I recently took some funny pictures of my cousin and wanted to create my own animated GIF instead of using the “Auto Awesome” one created automatically by Google .
Since I have Photoshop CS6 installed, I figured I would give it a shot and see what happens.
At first, I thought it would be fairly straight-forward: import the images into separate layers and then just save it out as a GIF file with animation. If you try to create the GIF in this manner, you’ll notice that the Animation section in the Save for Web dialog is greyed out.