Discussion in 'Graphics, Design, and Photography' started by J-Phone, Apr 25, 2012.
Doing that would make the frames lag even more.
Open in After Effects > Time stretch 50% or value you want > Export as .gif
Does it support importing .gifs?
Yeah, higher than 0, sorry.
Yes it does
Before I buy After Effects, is there any other method in speeding up a .gif?
Use GIMP then?
I'll speed it up in my after affects
Really? That'd be great, I'll send the PSD if needed.
I sped it up, but can't find out how to export as a .gif
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