Concept for a Login Screen.
I switched the usual user login input with a simple profile image click.
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ps: any tips on making a better quality animated .gif are appreciated!
8 months ago
have you figured out any tips on getting a cleaner gif? i'm running into the same problem, and it's so frustrating! it never looks near as good.
let me know if you figure something out! and good work. :)
Hello @ashley einspahr . I got a great tip from Chris Slowik
these are his words:
Don't open quicktime files as image sequences, import them as video layers on the timeline.
Also, one thing that affects final quality is how many pixels change from frame to frame.
thanks tiago! that helps a lot!
i think i'm figuring it out more too. part of my problem was that i was resizing my original quicktime file down in photoshop. if i export it out of after effects at the exact size of the gif, that helps a lot too.
@ashley einspahr Awesome! im glad it helped, I think my problem was the amount of frames and colors. After i imported the video layers i should have deleted a few of the duplicates to size it down. That was try #1! Hopefully ill get a better result next time. Thanks for your interest!
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