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Shane Newville 2 years ago • updated by Jona (Co-Founder) 1 year ago 2

Im having trouble uploading my animation to Twitter because the file size is 5.88MB (see optimization idea). So I'm trying to export an image sequence in hopes of building the gif in Adobe Fireworks so I can optimize it. Problem is FlipaClip seems to stop sending images from the sequence to my Google Drive at about 29 of 215 frames.

Answer

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Fixed

Fairly old post, however, GIF encoding has been optimized to industry standard. There shouldn't be any need to use other tools to encode the GIF movie. Besides that the Google Drive issue still not understandable so I'm setting this post as fixed unless more info provided. Thanks!

Under review

Are you using the build output format PNG sequence? This should generate a sequence of images into a zip file. If you are using the project export option that isn't recommended for what you are trying to do. Let me know what exactly you are doing thanks!

Answer
Fixed

Fairly old post, however, GIF encoding has been optimized to industry standard. There shouldn't be any need to use other tools to encode the GIF movie. Besides that the Google Drive issue still not understandable so I'm setting this post as fixed unless more info provided. Thanks!