These examples all show off actual art, cartoony animations... what about the majority of GIFs out there, which is just video converted over to GIF? In the past year of being a Reddit user, I've never seen a GIF like the ones shown in the video... they've only been videos transcoded to GIF.
If an actual photo is saved as a PNG, it tends to take up a -lot- more space than the original JPG, so I'm just curious about its uses there.
Good point. I think it depends on the bit depth, dithering etc. I've seen some pretty grainy animated GIFs of images. You could probably achieve reasonable file sizes with superior image quality, I bet... or not? LOL
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It's all rather confusing. I'm just wondering if there's a reason the example didn't show video. And I know what you mean about GIF and poor quality... if JPG could be animated, it'd look a lot better. Few photos translate to a GIF static image too well.
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