The best way I have found is ALWAYS use an image sequence in as high quality as you can find (~2mb is the general size per frame). Then upload everything to http://gifmaker.me/ , https://ezgif.com/optimize for compression
I have no idea what black magic this sites algorithm is, but its 100x better than anything else I have found. The first site stitches together the images, the other site compress's it to an extremely small size lossless. You can compress on the first but if you are using any transparency the second site is magic with no artifacts
slow? That would take a bit of work. I had to make the gif frame by frame :(. But there are some online tools that you can use to put more of a buffer between the frames. Try this site with the embedded video
Here's the gif slowed down to 0.25x its original speed. As you can see, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, he clearly "headbutts" the pole deliberately by tilting his head towards it before impact. He knew the pole was there, people. HE KNEW THE POLE WAS THERE.
Its even more noticeable when you break it down frame by frame! Her head pops out in the middle of the frame (his waist) where as his head comes in all the way from the right.
He should have converted it to a gif and cropped it by the end pixels. There are websites out there that make this incredibly easy.
Please don't do this. There's a reason that every public site (twitter, facebook, etc) on the Internet immediately converts GIF to MP4s (gifv) and then throw the GIFs away.
Case in point, the first GIF on the page, converted back to an mp4 is a smaller file size: https://ezgif.com/gif-to-webm/ezgif-4-4efe89cb18f1.gif
I "stole" the gifv from this post that was posted today and ran it through https://ezgif.com/reverse.
If that's wrong... Well, I don't really care if it's wrong. I just did it for myself and thought others might enjoy it.
There’s a website that allows you to create animated Earthbound text boxes. I used that, then I combined the results using the Ezgif Gif Maker
It's an Animated PNG. Reddit actually accepts those as a valid format, but sometimes the animation just stops working for no reason.
Also, there are websites (this for example) where you can convert gifs into apngs.
Next time, just upload the video straight to one of the file hosts that people use here. Or if you really want a good gif, use one of the video-to-gif converters. This one is good: https://ezgif.com/video-to-gif. Pay attention to the options for quality.
EDIT: Not sure why I'm being downvoted? I'm providing OP with good advice.
My cousin had a genuine paranormal experiance last night in fact, i can only talk for myself but i don't really believe in this stuff much, but it was luckily caught on video so i'm just gonna let you guys see it.
Long story short, a friend threw a ball at him, and it was gonna hit him head on, but swerved around him and came back round, as weird as this sounds, as if he had a gravitational force for a split second. No real explanation as far as i can tell: Video below.
I colored this using an app on my iphone called Sketchbook using the ballpoint pen, smudge pen, and tattoo inker tools. I animated it using the GIF Maker feature on ezgif.com.
Here is an album showing a non animated version, reference pics, and the original sketch.
I used this:
And this to convert from gif to jpg:
Please post the results you get with your volume renderer!
I also made this:
free shoutout to https://ezgif.com for being a free image editing software that doesn't try to slap their watermark on the image, also if you didn't know i put nsfw art on my profile.
i'm a bit tired, so my explanation might not be the best, but...
first, you'll need to convert the gif to an apng file. i find that this site works really well for it!
iirc, the file also needs to be 256x256px and less than 500kb in size? might be remembering wrong, though. if you wanna make sure it works, just optimize and/or crop/resize it to fit all that.
then, go to https://old.reddit.com/r/u_sample/about/edit (replacing "sample" with your username) and upload it there.
there might be an easier way to do this, but that's how i got mine to work!
You can't, Twitter straight up doesn't give you the option, you usually have to use some tool to extract it out of the tweet.
I used this website to save it, just paste the permanent link to the tweet on the URL space and it is enough, just make sure to set all options to highest quality to avoid losing quality on the gif.
> 1980° ROTATION
IT IS 6 FULL 360° PLUS ONE NOT FULL 180°, MORE LIKE 150°
BUT IT IS HUMAN TO SKIP A CYCLE, SO I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND YOUR REFURBISHING, FELLOW HUMAN. NOT YET.
This is the free way to do it completely online with no local software.
1) Go to pixlr.com > Editor.
2) Open photo 1 from URL.
3) Open photo 2 from URL.
4) Copy and paste photo 2 onto photo 1.
5) Use the Opacity slider on the layer for photo 2 and change Opacity to 50% so you see a ghost type image overlay.
6) Use Edit > Free Transform and hold down Shift to resize photo 2 so that it aligns identically with photo 1. You may need to also rotate photo 2 so the alignment is correct. Just make sure to always use Shift when you are resizing so the photo retains its dimensions.
7) When you are sure you have the two photos lined-up as closely as possible, use the photo 2 Opacity slider and go back and forth from 0 to 100. This is what your GIF will look like.
8) Select the exact part of the image you'd like to turn into a GIF with the square tool and go to Image > Crop to crop the image.
9) With photo 2 opacity set to zero so you only see photo 1, select File > Save As and save as gif1.
10) With photo 2 layer opacity set to 100 so you only see photo 2, select File > Save As and save as gif2.
11) Go here: https://ezgif.com/maker
12) Click Choose Files and hold down Ctrl and select gif1 and then gif2.
13) Click Upload.
14) Put a check on "crossfade frames"
15) Set fader delay to 10 and frames to 20.
16) Bonus* I noticed my GIF didn't pause long enough on the last frame. You can fix this by going into the Frames setting and changing the delay of individual frames.
This is an animation made from 11 consecutive frames.
The maximum elevation of the space station was 53°, not ideal but still pleasant result. Solar panels are looking great from this angle (as well)....
Prediction is from Heavens Above website, accurate as always. I did the usual setup, aligning Telrad with my dobsonian telescope and took a series of images with my high frame rate planetary camera.
First I broke down the video into individual frames with a software called PIPP. This was I can save all the frames in .tiff format.
Then I carefully examined all the files. There were 11 consecutive frames with relative sharpness, so I stringed them together. But first in Lightroom all the 11 frames were post processed (brightness, contrast, shadow, clarity, saturation) cropped and rotated.
Then in Photoshop I put the arrows and text on one frame, then I opened all the other frames and copied them one by one onto the arrowed/texted frame. This was the markings remain the same place on every photo.
Eventually the animation was created on ezgif.com website, very useful and easy-to-use website.
Skywatcher 250/1200 Flextube dobson telescope
Zwo ASI224MC colour camera
TeleVue 2.5x powermate
I printed every frame, scanned them back in as PDF's, emailed them to myself, imported them into paint, saved them as bitmaps, imported into GIMP, and saved as a gif, then discarded all of that and used https://ezgif.com
I totally agree. I don't own the image so I'm not reuploading or anything. But you can use this site to set the speed to whatever you want. First time using it and it's kind of cool. Gif speed changer
Step 1: Open browser developer tools.
Step 2: Refresh this page
Step 3: Look in the network tab of developer tools for DASH_xxx.mp4 (you should be able to filter or search for DASH), xxx is the resolution.
Step 4: Right click on DASH_xxx.mp4 and 'open in new tab' (for this one, that'd be DASH_480.mp4)
Step 5: On the new tab, right click the video and 'Save Video As'
Step 6: Find an online mp4 to gif converter (most of 'em dont work for me while im in the office, but this one does: https://ezgif.com/video-to-gif)
Step 7: Navigate horrendous interface to upload the video you downloaded and convert to gif.
I use Adobe After Effects, and then i render it out as PNG files, and then i upload them all to https://ezgif.com/maker and then i put it all together there, and compress it 20% and cut the corners abit, so that the gif matches the camera lens on the back of the iPhoneX & front facing camera.
It took way longer than it should have to do this. https://image.ibb.co/g9bcpe/frame_03_delay_0_05s_1.gif
Imgur is having problems. Lemme know where else I could host it if this site sucks.
Also try this https://ezgif.com/split/ezgif-3-1b23613a47.gif (not sure how long the link is valid)
Crawl was already featured by Steam long before those two gifs came out. Otherwise, pretty good article.
BTW, for reducing gif size, I recommend gifsicle program or if you're too lazy to install and run it yourself, use EzGif optimizer: https://ezgif.com/optimize
Jup, für jeden Tag ein Bild gmacht und mit https://ezgif.com/maker das gif gemacht. Was besseres ist mir nicht eingefallen. Falls da wer was einfacheres kostenloses hat, bitte her damit :D Wobei es eigentlich eh nur einmal ein Aufwand ist, danach kommen ja immer nur 7 Bilder dazu.
Wobei ich mir einfach das csv von Ministerium rein lad und mit einem Dropdownmenu mir den Tag wähl.
Thanks! I used GIMP to make the edits and I created multiple picture of Sonic collecting the rings and they are the frames for the gif. Then I used ezgifmaker which just allows you to upload multiple photos and it will make it into a gif for you and they have a lot of settings as well to edit things like the speed. You could make the entire gif in GIMP but I find that ezgifmaker easier to use which I guess hence the name ezgif. Anyway hopefully my explaination made sense.
ezgif.com/ convertitore video -> gif, con strumenti di ottimizzazione avanzati
https://www.online-image-editor.com/ editor online che supporta il montaggio di gif animate e immagini statiche, se come me non vuoi sbatterti e installare roba che userai solo per i Meme
sto appunto lavorando così a un altro meme con questo stesso soggetto
To be honest, making this gif took way too long for me, but I found a good site to use.
try this: https://ezgif.com/
btw this is not sponsored, this just saved my butt in school, and I just remembered this.
I wanted to offer a frustrating experience which is ths goal of this sub. After seeing the truck crash gif (that never crashes), i was inspired.
When i saw this gif i thought it would be a good candidate.
I was ob my mobile and was waiting for the dentist so I had time to kill.
I downloaded it and uploades it to https://ezgif.com/gif-to-mp4 to comvert to video Then i loaded it into Youcut Video editor and trimmed it to cut out the juicy ending. Then i reconverted it to a gif. I made a copy of it and flipped the copy. Using Gif Maker app I combined them. Yeah that's a lot of trouble but you guys are worth it. Karma i dont give a shit about, im not even sure what it does.
I apologize if doing all this offended you. I would have preferred to contribu to your day in a positive manner.
You are right about one thing though, I am a real life scumbag, i use straws 🤣.
If you have any editing software you could use that, but if you're a poor scrub like me then there are many sites which add text to gifs. One of the best ones i use is this:
You need Progress Renderer, then you could use something like EzGif (or Photoshop) to merge the renders.
I used adobe premiere to make the video then exported it as a wmv file. And I managed to find some other website that converted it to a gif and I downloaded the gif file from that website.
Apparently there is a way to use premiere but I couldn’t figure it out.
I used https://ezgif.com/maker to make my video a gif.
Nope, he clears it.
https://ezgif.com/split/ezgif-4-72f45cf2a9.gif (you could also just pause it in the player here and use the "step forward" button).
There's a few frames where it looks like he's in front of it because the pole lines up really well with his tank top/shorts, but there's a few frames where it's very clear that it's in front of him.
Also the fact that he lands on the pad. It would be impossible to land there, from where he left the ground, all while staying in front of the pole.
This is precisely why webm is replacing gif.
Gif is a simple format, but does not support any modern compression methods, and you have to cut down the resolution, color depth, and frame rate to give you something reasonably sized.
If you have a look at the details page of any gfycat video, you will find a link to a gif version of it. These will usually be a lot larger, and usually much lower quality than the webm version.
If you have a larger gif you wish to make smaller by further limiting the color depth, resolution, and frame rate, I would recommend ezgif
I personally use https://ezgif.com/ for my stuff, since it's free and has no watermark, but what you're doing is taking a video that's under 120mb and converting it into a gif. Works fine for putting things on powerpoints, for example
So what you want to do is create a class that loads the content asynchronously in the background while displaying an animation.
Make your animation in AE and export it as a gif.
Split the gif into separate images using https://ezgif.com/split
Start the Animation at the first frame and end at the last frame. gaplessPlayback: true
Update on how to do it: https://stackoverflow.com/a/46519426
I don't know any particular sites off the top of my head, but come to think of it a widescreen anime may be difficult to extract vertical gifs from in the first place, unless you're looking for sideways ones. In any case I would find gifs on Google Images, save them, and then crop them as needed with ezgif.com. That's of course assuming you can set your background to a gif to begin with, and if you can then that sounds like a death sentence for your battery.
It's just basic color reduction taken to the extreme. Each frame of a gif can use a maximum of 256 colors. The fewer colors per frame you use, the lower the file size. Here's an example I just made. I chose a Teletubbies gif because of its movement and bright colors. Then, using Ezgif, I reduced it to only 16 colors per frame. You can see at two points that the red is taken out of the image.
I counted the number of legendary heroes on the wiki and we have 50 of them now, with Skeletica topping it off as the 50th.
Edit: If you want to know how I came up with this animated gif, I first recorded it quickly when I spotted it using the ShareX Windows app. Then I uploaded it to this site ( https://ezgif.com/ ) and used it to crop the image to just the Skeletica frame and exported it to the animated gif with 25 fps.
For sure! I'm using chrome capture to get the gif from Netflix, cause my dvd copy is at my parent's, and then I'm using this website to add the white border and this website to add the text, though I imagine there are programs out there that will do all of that for you in one place
https://ezgif.com/maker works. You can put "1" in the loop count under gif options to make it never go back to the original image. So do a high fps with a normal meme as the first frame and then gay porn as the second frame.
How are you guys doing bait and switch gifs?
However you're doing it, the past few that are getting upvoted to r/all are doing it wrong.
upload your .gif here and make it 2 frames, the bait having short delay (7-10ms) and the switch being at least 10x as long. Also make it non-looping
Use gyfcat. Reddit and imgur break the non-looping.
I'm not a scientist, but I split this gif.
I can't tell by the pictures even split up what happened, but it's possible he hit it so hard and fast the hood immediately tore off and flew over the car. Or the journalist was just sensationalizing another news story. I don't know what happened to it.
I use this website here: it's actually pretty easy and fast once you get the hang of it. I use movie maker to split scenes into 15 second clips in order to make them 20 fps as gifs (longer clips = fewer fps), then convert them on the site, choose the 'add text' option, and use movie maker/calculator to determine what frames to add text to. Once that's done I just need to use the 'gif maker' feature to stitch the clips together. After a few hours of tinkering it'll feel totally natural!
I saw this how to and it said you basically need the frames of the image you want animated to make a gif. I think this is free one you can you use for it https://ezgif.com/maker
I have never done it, too tired right now but if anyone else is interested let me know if it works.
To make it more clear I just did an example (click to see video).
Explaining the video:
1) Created the animation in Premiere Pro
2) Exported as ANIMATED GIF
3) Converted it to animated PNG using ezgif. (Loop count set to 1 otherwise the animation will loop forever).
4) Importing it to Reddit (to proof everything went ok).
For some reasons (I think I forgot to fix the preset ration at Premiere Pro), the gif looks kinda skewed. Just don't forget to check resolution and settings before editing the animation.
Why: I felt like it
It can be an mp4 as as well, but you'll have to convert it
If you have an mp4, convert it to a GIF
Once you have a GIF, either by converting it or by selecting it, proceed to step 3.
Here's a link: https://ezgif.com/apng-maker
Once you do that, download it if you haven't already.
Now, in your downloads folder, (assuming you are on PC) you should see a PNG file. The file extension will not say '.APNG' Ex: 'name.APNG', instead it will say something like 'name.PNG'
You have to resize it to exactly 256x256
If you do anything else, Reddit won't allow you to upload it.
Furthermore, it HAS to be under 500kb
Reddit will not allow you any more
Assuming you have met all these requirements, go to https://old.reddit.com/r/u_eoth1/about/edit
Scroll down to the bottom where it says 'Mobile look and feel'
Click the 'Browse' button to select the file, then click upload.
If you have done everything correctly, it should work.
(I copied and pasted this from my DMs, so that's why the formatting is weird.)
Finally got around to processing the data from yesterday. Seeing was really good [good-to-excellent on Clear Sky Chart]. I often wondered which of the features in individual frames are real and which are artifacts. Tracking features in a GIF makes it clear what is what. Very impressive this technique!
8" LX200 at F/20 with a Meade 2x barlow, ZWO ADC, QHY5III-462C, AS3, Registax, GIMP, ezgif.com.
What tool did you use tho? This thing happens to me when I opt out of "don't stack frames" in the GIF Maker. You could try using QuickTime to export the frames and then make the GIF again, with that option ticked.
Thank you very much!
Well I use Adobe Premiere to cut the video the exact frame I want. Then I use https://ezgif.com/video-to-gif to convert it to a gif and edit it. It's very complete for an online tool. You can choose the standard size of your gif, use static backgrounds to save size on it, choose your framerate, crop it, remove frames, change speed etc. with a very simple & clear interface.
You can also optimize your gif to reduce the size the way you want (Lossy Gif compression is amazing).
Hope it helps!
Download <strong>lively</strong> to be able to set videos as animated wallpapers on Windows. Then download this video using <strong>redditsave.com</strong>.
Otherwise, if you only wanted a still frame, forget about lively and go download the video. Then put the video in this website <strong>ezgif video to jpg</strong>. This will let you get images from frames in the video.
I actually use a free desktop video editing software to pull the clip and crop it to get good resolution. Then I take the mp4 into https://ezgif.com/ to do further cropping and optimization and make the gif.
You can do most of this in EZgif that I think works on mobile, you just won't get the best resolution for the final gif.
Yes, I am obsessed with quality 😅
Normally I screen record what I want to clip then crop the video to show just the content. There is a website that converts videos to gifs. Here is the link. You can save the gif then post to your socials.
Now I just need a website/tool to resize GIFs to proper ratio to get the best out of the iPhone screen. Btw tried quickly by converting an mp4 file to GIF using this website and it worked perfectly. Like I said I need to figure out the best way to resize a GIF for the iPhone screen (XS in my case). And maybe how to make sure the animation is always centered.
If anyone has any tips on how to make this easier, please do comment :D thanks!
And thanks OP for the post and dev for Xenimated.
If you just want to reverse video and audio, use this: https://ezgif.com/reverse-video
It's pretty fast and light, since you don't need to install anything.
But lightworks, as MrsButterfly said, is the full package if you want to start creating stuff.
try converting gifs to mp4 (https://ezgif.com/gif-to-mp4) then post it here and reddit can turn it back into a gif. That way people can see it without having to click on the link
Try site like ezgif, you can check those various optimization options, especially lossy gif, if you are converting something from a movie clip.
But keep in mind there's no magical way to reduce the size, and yet keep the quality at the same time.
There's a couple of software to do that:
Online tool (free)
gif extraction take a look at each frame, the exposure is different in each frame. Easiest thing would be to read the exif data from each frame, then you could match up what times the pictures were taken.
1) In case you haven't noticed, the video is slowed down (duh).
2) I sped up the video a little bit and I noticed a slight movement of the person's right leg. Maybe it's just something with my eyes, so it'd be great if you checked yourself, for example here
Search method: downloaded the .mp4 file, used this site to convert into a low resolution gif, google image searched the gif, browsed through this mess of a site until I found an instagram handle that matched the source.
You can use the free web GIF Optimizer tool here re-size and/or compress it, the farther you drag the slider to the right the smaller it gets, but also the worse it looks.
You can maybe open it up in gimp and go frame by frame, I don't really make gifs often enough to be certain. Also there are online tools that can separate gifs.
https://ezgif.com/ has quite a few tools that could help. Not sure if they watermark stuff though.
Not very convenient to use it only for that but have you tried Photoshop?
I've also used this before, no issues but eh quality.
That's when I just decided to stick with Gfycat.
Download the wechat desktop windows version:
Once you sign into your account on the desktop, any stickers received from your friends will be sent to your My Documents>WeChat Files>User>CustomEmoticons
Then you have to make any edit to the sticker so Wechat no longer recognizes it from the original. A simple edit can be done through online gif editors such as
Just drag and drop to upload the file. Use the Resize method: ImageMagick+ coaslesce and choose 100% to preserve the gif as much as possible.
After you resized it download the modified sticker to your computer or send the url to your wechat. You can then save the sticker from your chat into your custom stickers.
Another tip. If you find a GIF you want to change the start, loop or anything else on, ezgif.com is an excellent free web service for that. That site can even import video clips and turn them into GIFs.
Happened to me once, I think it doesn't take it cuz it probably has too many frames and high duration (so it wont take it even if it's under 10mb) so maybe try compressing the gif from any online gif compressor
Jupiter on 2021-07-16 over two and a half hours. It's fascinating how fast this planet rotates. Making animations is a good way to see artifacts vs real features.
8" LX200R, Meade 2x barlow bringing it to F/20, ZWO ADC, QHY5III462C camera, each frame of the gif is best 50% of 5000 frames [~36-40s] at 7.5ms exposure, 320gain, seeing was good-excellent on Clear Sky Chart. The gif has 31 frames in 5min intervals. I used AS3 for stacking, Registax for Wavelet chronosynclastic infundibulum, and made a GIF in GIMP, added the looping in https://ezgif.com/reverse
That'd be amazing! You can actually use animated PNG files for banners on Reddit. If you need to know how to make one, you can convert a GIF into an APNG here. We hope that helps!
I generally use the wiki for my go-to resource as it is transparent and high resolution (like 1980p-ish), though as it is taken directly from the game some portraits are cropped. It is also in WebP, but that is easily and losslessly able to be converted to png (like with this site). Meet the heroes have non-cropped photos, though it is definetly less resolution then the in-game ones (and that is if the hero is in there to begin with). Other than that, just hoping the artist posted the art as a png you can use (Sites like 4gamer and Bahamut use jpg unfortunately from what I can tell).
I actually got it from Danbooru. I downloaded the webm file and use online GIF converter to convert it to GIF.
Download a YT video as an MP4
Clip and cut out the part of the video you want to use for the gif, then download that
Select Video to Gif with that clip, then add subtitles at the timepoints in the clip and download that (or save the link in the address bar to the finished clip
Take that downloaded clip with subtitles (or the link) and post it on Imgur, either as the file or as a Vid to Gif
See ya in hot... also, here’s some advice (you don’t need to take it at all), for gif memes, if you want a less blurry no watermark, use ezgif.com, it has add text to gif, video to gif, gif cropper and more for free, it just makes the quality so much better
This is to cite my sources:
that's weird, you can try to convert it yourself here - https://ezgif.com/gif-to-apng whether you download it as a .gif or .mp4 from imgur they have both options there :)
As it is a png you can go and try it with apng file, which is a gif like file but without the color limitations of it. Here is a page to convert video to apng.
I don't know if it will work, but you don't lose anything for trying.
You can use this website if you have the video downloaded. It'll ask you what format you want it to be export it as, click gif
After that it'll show you your gif, long press or right click if your on the desktop version and download it.
Don't change anything as that might mess up the gif.
It was the long game lol. I had to find a site streaming the show cause Netflix won't play if your screen is recording, on the phone anyway. I record the scene I wanted on my phone, used inshot (editor app) to clean it up and add subtitles, saved then uploaded to this site (https://ezgif.com/maker) and resaved the image. From a computer it's about the same but you may be able to do it on Netflix instead
Unfortunately I don't have it now. But there's an easy way to get it. You first have to download this. And then all you have to do is to go to ezgif. Upload this in there and just crop the bottom gif and you're set to go. I hope I was helpful
I only make memes on my phone, but I'll still try to help as much as I can.
For video editing software, the only thing I can think of is Kinemaster
Use https://remove.bg to make the backgrounds transparent
Use https://ezgif.com to add text to gifs
Use https://imgflip.com to make regular memes
If you are to use your phone, I recommend these apps:
Use mematic to make normal memes
Use picsart to layer images over each other
Use your photos or gallery app to crop images
And last but definitely not least, make sure the content is original. I know that can be pretty hard sometimes, but reusing formats and jokes ruins the sub.
I hope this helped!
I wouldn't know what happened without seeing how you did it, but the way I do it I use the following steps.
At the start, you can use any gif or short video file format (like giphy, gifv, webm, etc.). Next, use an editing tool to get the gif in the form you want it. I use ezgif.com. I also crop and edit them so that you have a 1:1 aspect ratio (the tiles in the game are squares, so anything outside the square is cropped). Then, and most importantly, MAKE SURE IT'S CONVERTED INTO A GIF. The game site only accepts .gif files, so if I had to guess, you may have upload a gifv or webm format. Save the .gif file onto your computer, then upload it to your game. Good luck!
Not as far as I know but it's not necessary. She could export in the necessary dimensions and upload the video to a gif generator I think gyphy has one. I found this one but haven't tested it. https://ezgif.com/video-to-gif
I've used this a few times for compression...
it seems to have a multiple image selection option for making animations too.
you'll just want each image to be the same (minus the minut changes) so it doesn't shift in the animation.
I edited my colors as layers in P.S. and setup frames in the timeline to achieve it.
aight here's how i personnaly do it. What I did first was save the project as an mp4 in after effects. Then I went to ezgif.com and converted it to a gif with the 25 fps setting. That's pretty much it
Well, I can at least tell you how to resize it. Upload it into ezgif and you can resize or crop it.
As far as changing the logo goes, hopefully someone who knows Naut better than I can tell you whether to just upload it in your subreddit settings or in the place under your stylesheet where you upload images and reference it in your code. Based on what I can see, you probably have to do it with the code.
I used an online tool (link : https://ezgif.com/maker )to make a gif of screenshots of the farm I got from a mod ( in my other comments under this post). It was surprisingly painful because there’s a max file size on the online tool so I could really only convert 1 season at a time to gifs, and then I had to figure out how to stitch the gifs together so I used the same site to convert all the gifs to mp4’s and then stitched them together in video editing software to get the final product. There’s probably an easier way but that’s how I did it <|:)
If you have an image editor that supports APNG, you can just import it there and export as GIF. Since Photoshop doesn't support APNG, I had to do it slightly differently:
And that's it.
I didn't really use any programs, I just found a website that made gif's pretty easy to create. I don't remember the font but here's a link to it if you want to see for yourself
I found an online image-editing website that has an image overlay feature that supports importing gifs. To make this meme, I had to create the whole rest of the meme (minus the gifs) in a program like Photoshop or GIMP, then I used that website to overlay the gifs into the image.
However, if the multiple gifs you use have different numbers of frames or different delays between frames, it can come out really buggy and messed up. To circumvent that, I used this other gif editing site to modify the gifs beforehand to all be 24 frames long and have a 0.1 second delay between frames. So then it worked perfectly.