Problem exporting a GIF

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Sep 09, 2022 Sep 09, 2022

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The gif is exported this way. When playing the animation in Adobe Photoshop it shows correctly, but when saving it the final result is like this. What can be?

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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I am looking at your layers and everything is ok, I am not sure what you want exactly to say and what you expect as result after exporting. After downloading and opening-playing GIF it shows me what is displayed here. What you see when playing in Photoshop versus after exporting? Can you record video to show us?

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The gif in Photoshop is displayed correctly in this way, with a transparent background and without overlapping layers, but when you export it and see the final result, all the overlapping layers are shown, do you understand me?

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Somehow it's exporting as what's called a "build" (the next frame adds to the prior frames) rather than a "sequence" (the next frame completely replaces the prior frame).

 

Which version of Photoshop are you using?  I'd try updating if that's available or rolling back a version if you're using the newest version.

 

Another thing to try is to fill the backbround with an easy to identify color, like green, try exporting that to see if you can trick it into exporting as expected, and then make the green transparent by editing the Color Table.

 

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Hi @Rodrigo26046892dleg You have “New Layers Visible in All Frames” checked. Try unchecking this to see if it makes a difference when exporting.

 

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