Am looking for some pointers #gamedev, I use ScreenToGIF for promo stuff but the files always seem to turn out real big (between 3 to 5 seconds taking up 10s of MBs), so I have to either crunch down the framerate or massively downscale them and they get blurry.
Are there any general settings/tips I could use to get better GIFs?
@hp A dark secret of the modern web is that a lot of what are presented as GIF animations on social media and elsewhere are actually lo-res, limited palette, and low-framerate mpeg files with modern compression.
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