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Premiere Elements 2020 Animated Gif Frame Rate

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Oct 03, 2019

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Hi

Export and Share -> Image -> Gif - Animated Gif.

The default frame rate is 10, how can I change this?

 

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Premiere Elements 2020 Animated Gif Frame Rate

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Export and Share -> Image -> Gif - Animated Gif.

The default frame rate is 10, how can I change this?

 

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That is not a setting you can modify that I can see.

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That's kinda ridicious isn't it LOL? Hey Adobe feature request please!

 

Seems like I can go into:

Export and Share -> Image -> Gif - Animated Gif -> Custom, and then create a custom preset with an animated GIF from there...

 

However doing it this way does not obey the start and end markers, it renders the whole lot! There is no "Share WorkArea Bar Only" option!

I can make a selection if I do it in the way as explained in the original post, using start and end markers, however that way I don't have a very good frame rate.

(Grrrr 🙂 ).

 

IMHO this feature is useless unless you want jerky GIFs at 10 frames per second.

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Try Export&Share > Image >  Custom > Animated GIF > Frame Rate

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Hi

 

That's exactly what I was looking at in my last post.

This screen ignores the start/end points and renders the entire project as explained, unlike the previous method.

 

I guess it can be worked around by creating separate projects but this is annoying as I want to create lots of GIFs from one largish project.

 

I'll contact Adobe and tell them about the inconsistency.

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