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Rendering Gif animation in After Effectes

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Hello Try an animation created in After Effects in an animated gif to render 300 x 300 pixels large, in After Effects everything is very clean but there are black dots in the gif video. What is that the same in Quicktime format and even if I have the After Effects file rendered in Premiere Pro? Can you please help me if you want I can send you all the files. 

  

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

Read this thread: Render GIF

And this one: Compress Gif to under 40KB

And this one: After Effects saving as GIF

 

Long story short, render using the Output Module default Lossless preset, import into Photoshop, remove any duplicate frames, set the timing of any frames you want to hold, then save as an animated GIF from Photoshop. AE is a really lousy tool for rendering animated GIF's, but it is a great tool for animating layers.

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Rendering Gif animation in After Effectes

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Hello Try an animation created in After Effects in an animated gif to render 300 x 300 pixels large, in After Effects everything is very clean but there are black dots in the gif video. What is that the same in Quicktime format and even if I have the After Effects file rendered in Premiere Pro? Can you please help me if you want I can send you all the files. 

  

  Edouard Steinmetz

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

Read this thread: Render GIF

And this one: Compress Gif to under 40KB

And this one: After Effects saving as GIF

 

Long story short, render using the Output Module default Lossless preset, import into Photoshop, remove any duplicate frames, set the timing of any frames you want to hold, then save as an animated GIF from Photoshop. AE is a really lousy tool for rendering animated GIF's, but it is a great tool for animating layers.

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Read this thread: Render GIF

And this one: Compress Gif to under 40KB

And this one: After Effects saving as GIF

 

Long story short, render using the Output Module default Lossless preset, import into Photoshop, remove any duplicate frames, set the timing of any frames you want to hold, then save as an animated GIF from Photoshop. AE is a really lousy tool for rendering animated GIF's, but it is a great tool for animating layers.

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Hello Mr. Rick Gerard
Thank you for your help, in a previous post you made Mediaencoder not suitable for Gif Video.
I have now created GifGun with Gif Video and loaded it into Photoshop and have the possibility to influence it.
Many thanks
Edouard Steinmetz

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