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Make a gif using Premiere Elements 15

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Hi,

I would like to make a gif file using Premiere Elements 15.  Is this possible?  If so, how?

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jd

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Hi,

I would like to make a gif file using Premiere Elements 15.  Is this possible?  If so, how?

Thanks.

jd

Yes.  Premier Elements 15 has it all built in.

Set the work area bars to what you want in your GIF.  Then Export&Share  >  Devices  >  Custom > Advanced Settings (a button) > select the drop down menu under Format and pick Animated GIF.   Click OK.  It saves a preset for future use.  Be sure to check the "Share Work Area Only" box.  Pick a name and destination folder.  Click the Save button.

Animated GIF.jpg

Good luck and please come back with a progress report!

Bill

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Make a gif using Premiere Elements 15

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Hi,

I would like to make a gif file using Premiere Elements 15.  Is this possible?  If so, how?

Thanks.

jd

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Correct answer by whsprague | Adobe Community Professional

jdiek  wrote

Hi,

I would like to make a gif file using Premiere Elements 15.  Is this possible?  If so, how?

Thanks.

jd

Yes.  Premier Elements 15 has it all built in.

Set the work area bars to what you want in your GIF.  Then Export&Share  >  Devices  >  Custom > Advanced Settings (a button) > select the drop down menu under Format and pick Animated GIF.   Click OK.  It saves a preset for future use.  Be sure to check the "Share Work Area Only" box.  Pick a name and destination folder.  Click the Save button.

Animated GIF.jpg

Good luck and please come back with a progress report!

Bill

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Have a look here:

premiere elements create gif

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Hi, my Photoshop Elements is not set up the way in the link you posted.  I cannot find out what to do to make the frames.  Is there another link for that?

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jdiek  wrote

Hi,

I would like to make a gif file using Premiere Elements 15.  Is this possible?  If so, how?

Thanks.

jd

Yes.  Premier Elements 15 has it all built in.

Set the work area bars to what you want in your GIF.  Then Export&Share  >  Devices  >  Custom > Advanced Settings (a button) > select the drop down menu under Format and pick Animated GIF.   Click OK.  It saves a preset for future use.  Be sure to check the "Share Work Area Only" box.  Pick a name and destination folder.  Click the Save button.

Animated GIF.jpg

Good luck and please come back with a progress report!

Bill

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Thank you Bill!!!!  Soo easy, but I have a black frame at the end before it loops.  Did I miss something???

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I'd never tried an animated GIF until now.  So, my one test does not do a black frame at the end.  Not sure what to say.

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I used different settings and it wasn't there.  Not sure.

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