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I need to make an animation play at 24 fps

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So I drew a couple of frames in the Animation timeline, and I need them to play at 4 fps, how do I chnage the framerate in the animation timeline? (Or do I just delay it?? If so how long should the delay be?)

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You can work out the delay using delay = 1/Frame rate

 

However, the actual playback speed of a gif depends entirely on the player/browser and is not fixed in the way a video file framerate is. So set too short a delay and playback in some browsers actually slows down.

 

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I need to make an animation play at 24 fps

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So I drew a couple of frames in the Animation timeline, and I need them to play at 4 fps, how do I chnage the framerate in the animation timeline? (Or do I just delay it?? If so how long should the delay be?)

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Correct answer by davescm | Adobe Community Professional

You can work out the delay using delay = 1/Frame rate

 

However, the actual playback speed of a gif depends entirely on the player/browser and is not fixed in the way a video file framerate is. So set too short a delay and playback in some browsers actually slows down.

 

Dave

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I meant 24 fps***

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If you are doing frame by frame animation (gifs) - change the duration of each frame using the drop down menu next to the time under the frame.

If you are doing video timeline use the tab menu on the right side of the panel to set your Timeline Frame Rate

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OK thank you! But what should the duration be if its 24 fps?

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You can work out the delay using delay = 1/Frame rate

 

However, the actual playback speed of a gif depends entirely on the player/browser and is not fixed in the way a video file framerate is. So set too short a delay and playback in some browsers actually slows down.

 

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