Compressing .GIFS Like A Boss
- 1x (Normal)
What Makes A Great GIF?1:41
Method 1: Gifgun4:03
Method 2: Photoshop5:27
Method 3: Giphy.com2:20
Posting a GIF to Skillshare1:25
About This Class
GIFs are one of the best ways to show off your work on the internet, but sometimes making them can be a confusing and frustrating process. In this quick class I'm going to teach you the best ways I know to create GIFs from your own animations. We'll cover what makes a great GIF, balancing the quality and filesize of your GIF, and a few different tools for exporting GIFs. In just 15 minutes I'll demystify the GIF creation process and you'll be 100% equipped for sharing your own looping GIFs all over the internet!
Hey! My name is Jake Bartlett, and I’m a motion designer from Denver, Colorado. I've been animating in Adobe After Effects for over ten years. After five years of working for an LA-based production company, I have gone freelance full-time and now work from home. Animating as a motion designer professionally is a dream for me. I get to use After Effects every single day for my job.
Since starting my professional career I've animated over 800 episodes of 8 different motion graphics shows for clients like Yahoo!, MSN, Twitter, YouTube, Pepsi, VH1, HGTV, NateGeo Wild, The History Channel, and Ulive to name a few. In my free time I love making animations for myself. I've found that constantly challenging myself on my own time has been the best way to increase the quality of my work. Being able to consistently use After Effects on a daily basis and always having a tight deadline has made me very fast and efficient with the program.