I've created a sequence of pngs (attached), then imported them to Photoshop 2017 as image sequence (30 fps), exported it using "save for web" with the attached settings, and imported the gif to videoscribe.
The result video is attached here.
Please help me fix this issue so that I can create a clean gif file out of this sequence!
2) I must have transparent background. Why isn't it ok? All gifs in videoscribe library are with transparent bkg.
3) Which settings do you recommend to use on videoscribe?
Thank you, #1 and #2 did solve the issue.
I guess I'll have to play around with the background so it will fit. I do have a problem if I can't place the gif on top of other objects though.
Any way around that?
I created a gif with a white background matching to my scribe but when I import gif into video scribe its shows some kind of grid lines all over gif, I tried to adjust the transparency but it just reduces the colour of the object but not the lines, kindly tell me how to fix this, I have attached the screenshot and the gif too.
It seems that when you saved your GIF, you used "pattern dither" as the dithering method which caused the pattern in the GIF. Also the save options you selected did not force the background color to save as absolute white, so there is a pattern in the "white" background too.
Here is a screenshot of how the gif looks when opened in photoshop:
If you created this gif using a photoshop file (or any similar layered source file) or if you modified an existing GIF file that looked better than this one, you will probably need to go back to the original file and choose different save options to solve this problem. When experimenting with GIf save options, be sure to select the "preview" tab so you can see how each save option affects the appearance of the gif you will be saving.
Hope that helps,