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Creating GIFs in Premiere Pro

Everyone loves GIFs. They’re everywhere — and there are plenty of resources online for transforming video and photo sequences into the GIF format.

But what about doing it straight from Adobe Premiere Pro? Here’s how to make it happen.

GIFs have become a part of everyday internet life. They’re used to tell jokes and replay sports footage. With Facebook’s new GIF messaging feature, you can take a reply one step further than an emoji with a GIF response.

Most importantly, GIFs have become an integral marketing tool for brands — especially films and studios. Why post a still image when you can post a three-second sequence? Take the GIF below from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Facebook page. The post has a conversion link for people to buy tickets to see the film. While a still image would have done the same job, a GIF certainly keeps eyes on the post a lot longer.

How to Export a GIF From Premiere Pro: Marketing GIF

There are a lot of websites that can transform your video sequence or photo sequence into the GIF format, but what about doing it straight from Adobe Premiere Pro? Here you will have complete control on what to render out into the GIF sequence…  Read How.

How to Export a GIF From Premiere Pro: Choose Work Area

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