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How to Make a GIF :)

this explains how to make a prezi and share them with your friends, enjoy :)
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Nicole Bellamy

on 15 April 2013

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Transcript of How to Make a GIF :)

What is a GIF? How to Make a GIF :) For those of you who don't know what a GIF is, you are seriously missing out. A GIF is a moving picture that most of the time has a caption. Most of the time, they're funny, but sometimes they can be just crude. GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format. You can commonly see GIFs on Tumblr and Google Images. Step 1: Pick something you want to make a GIF out of. You can use any footage you want, from a movie, a music video, a YouTube video, et cetra. this was a GIF, but it wouldn't become a GIF once a put it on this Prezi Step 2: Put the video in Photo Shop. Just in case you don't know how, you go File-Import-Video Frames to Layers. Your video will now be in Photo Shop and converted to a series of still images Step 3: Adjust the Quality Settings. You will want to keep the color setting as high as possible. Creating a GIF with a low color setting will make it look less like the original video. You want people to recognize the video. Also, make sure the dither is as high as possible, the lower the setting the smaller the file and the worse the quality is, same thing in reverse for the lossy, make sure its on the lowest setting possible, or it will look bad and it will have a small file. Lastly, stay clear of Web Snap. Step 4: Save Save the GIF to your computer by clicking the save button (obviously). Its should take no more than a minute or two. Step 5:Share with your friends Upload it to your common social media networks suck as Facebook(although you don't really see GIFs on Facebook), Tumblr, Imgur, et cetra. This also was a GIF And that is how you make a GIF! By: Nicole Bellamy :P
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