How to combine GIFs.
This article dives into the details of teaching you how to combine GIFs in Photoshop.
GIFs are fun, trendy ways to make your mark online. These sets of images on a continuous loop can bring your photos, videos, and sketches to life by providing a fun dash of animation.
If you’re ready to begin learning how to combine GIFs, you’re in the right place. Continue reading for a step-by-step guide.
GIFs are a fun way to tell stories.
GIFs are a fun way to bring images to life — they’re also a hot trend when it comes to digital marketing strategy. Why? Because the web is all about motion these days, and when you add motion to your images, you can tell a complex story in a better, more exciting way. The best part about GIFs? Making them is simple.
Simple steps for combining GIFs.
So you’ve made a few GIFs and now you want to combine them — can it be done? Absolutely. Follow along with these steps to combine your GIFs.
- Import your GIF files in Photoshop by clicking File > Import > Video Frames to Layers.
- Select all your frames from one of your GIFs and then copy them over into the video frames of the other GIF by clicking the Animation menu. This can be accomplished by selecting Window > Timeline or Window > Animation.
- Paste the frames wherever you’d like them to be by clicking on the desired frame and inserting them there.
- Export your GIF by clicking Export > Save for Web (Legacy) —share your combined GIF with the world.
Unlock your GIF-making potential.
If you’ve got an idea for a great GIF but need some new photos first, take a moment to discover some great photography tipsthat will help you get started.
Head out with your camera today — and explore everything you can do with Adobe Photoshop.