How to create a presentation with working GIF?

Explorer ,
Jan 30, 2022 Jan 30, 2022

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Hello

I am asking for advice on how to create what I need. Thanks in advance for the hints.

 

I would like to create a presentation that will consist of several dozen pages, working GIFs (which I previously created in Adobe Animate), with text, where after running the finished presentation, I will be able to jump between pages with arrow keys.

Is it possible? How to do it? What Adobe programs do I need to use? What format should I save the presentation in? What program do I need to install on someone's computer to be able to read this presentation?

I tried to throw in InDesign GIF but unfortunately only a static image appeared.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 30, 2022 Jan 30, 2022
The best alternative is Powerpoint. You will never get most of this to work in a PDF and you will most certainly not get an animated GIF to work at all. Finally, file size should be of no consequence for a presentation. 

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What exactly does "presentation" mean? If you think you're going to get this work in PDF, I'll stop you right here and while I know I'm going to get the typical backlash, it certainly sounds to me like the proper tool for this is Powerpoint.

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This is about the presentation as in Powerpoint 🙂 .
But when I created one with only pictures, it weighs a lot, sometimes it does not jump smoothly. And what if I added a GIF there (is there such a possibility at all?).

 

I was hoping for a better alternative.

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The best alternative is Powerpoint. You will never get most of this to work in a PDF and you will most certainly not get an animated GIF to work at all.

Finally, file size should be of no consequence for a presentation. 

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