Is it possible to make animated gifs in photoshop?

Overread

hmm I recognise this place! And some of you!
Staff member
Supporting Member
Joined
May 1, 2008
Messages
25,438
Reaction score
5,025
Location
UK - England
Website
www.deviantart.com
Can others edit my Photos
Photos OK to edit
Ok so the title says half of what I'm after because I know (and have done) a basic animated gif which cycled through images in photoshop.
What I'm wondering now is if photoshop has the setup that would allow me to make a gif which has buttons embedded onto it which would allow the viewer to move through frame at a time or set it to cycle through the frames automatically one after the other. Or at the very least the ability to pause a cycle of images at any point in the playing
 
Ok so the title says half of what I'm after because I know (and have done) a basic animated gif which cycled through images in photoshop.
What I'm wondering now is if photoshop has the setup that would allow me to make a gif which has buttons embedded onto it which would allow the viewer to move through frame at a time or set it to cycle through the frames automatically one after the other. Or at the very least the ability to pause a cycle of images at any point in the playing


I think this is what you are after....maybe
Build Animated GIFs in Photoshop.
 
Open animation pane.

using tapatalk.
 
Aye the animated gif part is the easy bit
Gif-master-version_zpsgnitvmnt.gif


The thing is I want buttons on it so that I can pause that gif right now as you can see it above - or press to advance or retreat a page. I've seen them out there however I've no idea how to make them and the only way I found on google were ways using webpage code rather than embedded into the file itself.
 
Aye the animated gif part is the easy bit
Gif-master-version_zpsgnitvmnt.gif


The thing is I want buttons on it so that I can pause that gif right now as you can see it above - or press to advance or retreat a page. I've seen them out there however I've no idea how to make them and the only way I found on google were ways using webpage code rather than embedded into the file itself.



You're going to have to go to a
"flash' app for that.
 
Ok so the title says half of what I'm after because I know (and have done) a basic animated gif which cycled through images in photoshop.
What I'm wondering now is if photoshop has the setup that would allow me to make a gif which has buttons embedded onto it which would allow the viewer to move through frame at a time or set it to cycle through the frames automatically one after the other. Or at the very least the ability to pause a cycle of images at any point in the playing

hi there ! if you are looking for make an animated gif in photoshop i suggest that you refer to this website : A Quick Photoshop Tutorial - How to Make Animated GIF in Photoshop . They have tutorial step by step to teach you how to make an animated gif in photoshop . It simple and easy to understand for a beginner. Hope that this website solve your problem. Thank you .
A year-old thread. I'm sure he's figured it out by now.
 
Last edited by a moderator:
Ok so the title says half of what I'm after because I know (and have done) a basic animated gif which cycled through images in photoshop.
What I'm wondering now is if photoshop has the setup that would allow me to make a gif which has buttons embedded onto it which would allow the viewer to move through frame at a time or set it to cycle through the frames automatically one after the other. Or at the very least the ability to pause a cycle of images at any point in the playing

hi there ! if you are looking for make an animated gif in photoshop i suggest that you refer to this website : A Quick Photoshop Tutorial - How to Make Animated GIF in Photoshop . They have tutorial step by step to teach you how to make an animated gif in photoshop . It simple and easy to understand for a beginner. Hope that this website solve your problem. Thank you .
A year-old thread. I'm sure he's figured it out by now.

And if he hadn't, I doubt those links would have helped him ;)
 
Last edited:

Most reactions

Back
Top