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Mahi Babu

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Dear Sir,
any one can help how to design signature gifs please help me.........:wasntme:
 

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hi
you have lots of tools to do it photoshop vegas after effect premiere pro filmora ........ and google
 

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hi
you have lots of tools to do it photoshop vegas after effect premiere pro filmora ........ and google
Thank you sir,.........But guide sir any one software like filmora to do this gifs
 

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I'll tell you I made mine with vegas and photoshop, it's not great art like the others do on this site (because the secret is jealously kept ^^) ...
in short, I struggled with tutorials in line
 

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This is how I do it..


1. Download your favourite After Effects Template Or Sony Vegas
2. Open the template with After Effects Or Sony Vegas
3. Edit the proper layers (IE: text)
4. when done go to file/render.
5. choose where to save and click on render as .AVI and wait until done.
6. Once the rendering has finished save and close After Effects Or Sony Vegas
7. Now open Photoshop and go to File/Import/Video Frames To Layers
8. This will bring your .AVI into photoshop, Note: you may need to decrease the amount of Screen shots needed
9. Once uploaded, go to Image/Mode and scroll down to 16bit and click it, then wait for it to convert.
10. Now go to File/export/save for web(legacy)
11. This will open a new window where you can edit the size if needed.
12. Click on the small chain link next to the width &height sizes before you edit the 2 sizes
13. Now change the sizes in Pixels to what you want.
14. Press play to be sure it has been modified properly to what you wanted.
15. Hit save, rename it and place it where you want on your PC.
16. It will have been saved as a .GIF

Here is the rule for the size allowed per status... https://www.teamos-hkrg.com/index.php?threads/team-os-signature-rules-apply-here-2019.8421/
 
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I'll tell you I made mine with vegas and photoshop, it's not great art like the others do on this site (because the secret is jealously kept ^^) ...
in short, I struggled with tutorials in line
There is no secret lol. 90% it's After effects with a LOT of templates. Additionally (most of the time for a fee) there are web sites that can do one for you without installing anything. There are tho some people that because they studied graphic arts/3d animation etc they can truly make a custom one with the likes of 3d studio, Maya, etc, but those take inspiration and time. In short, and with some imagination anything can be used for logos...
 

ZeLimB

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when i did mine the longest was to start lol
 

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Here is how I do mine, I search youtube for short CGI movies (or whatever appeals to you), download into mp4 with YoutubeByClick and then edit length and transitions with Movavi Video Editor. I export the mp4 to gif then go online to ezgif for cropping and optimising. Sounds like a lot of steps but it's really not that bad.
 

Mahi Babu

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This is how I do it..


1. Download your favourite After Effects Template Or Sony Vegas
2. Open the template with After Effects Or Sony Vegas
3. Edit the proper layers (IE: text)
4. when done go to file/render.
5. choose where to save and click on render as .AVI and wait until done.
6. Once the rendering has finished save and close After Effects Or Sony Vegas
7. Now open Photoshop and go to File/Import/Video Frames To Layers
8. This will bring your .AVI into photoshop, Note: you may need to decrease the amount of Screen shots needed
9. Once uploaded, go to Image/Mode and scroll down to 16bit and click it, then wait for it to convert.
10. Now go to File/export/save for web(legacy)
11. This will open a new window where you can edit the size if needed.
12. Click on the small chain link next to the width &height sizes before you edit the 2 sizes
13. Now change the sizes in Pixels to what you want.
14. Press play to be sure it has been modified properly to what you wanted.
15. Hit save, rename it and place it where you want on your PC.
16. It will have been saved as a .GIF

Here is the rule for the size allowed per status... https://www.teamos-hkrg.com/index.php?threads/team-os-signature-rules-apply-here-2019.8421/
Thank you so much for this guide super sir.............. love this post :inlove: :p:clap:
 

Mahi Babu

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Here is how I do mine, I search youtube for short CGI movies (or whatever appeals to you), download into mp4 with YoutubeByClick and then edit length and transitions with Movavi Video Editor. I export the mp4 to gif then go online to ezgif for cropping and optimising. Sounds like a lot of steps but it's really not that bad.
Simply super sir nice post thank you sir..............:clap:
 

ZeLimB

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we should pass this discussion in post it to inform members who would like to make signatures on their side and learn how to do them (like me for example) ^^
Simply super sir nice post thank you sir..............:clap:
Don't forget that you will have to add some plugins to be able to make realizations ... such as Particular, opticalflares, pro shader ...
adobe AE for example will ask you to do so anyway ^^
 
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