Seán Duggan explains that by adjusting the frame rate of the video in Adobe Photoshop CC, you can make the file size of your cinemagraph smaller.
- [Voiceover] Since a cinemagraph…is just a short looping clip and not a longer video,…you rarely need the full frame rate…that the video was originally shot at.…When exporting to a GIF format for the web,…reducing the frame rate can also help…to reduce the file size since there will be…fewer frames in the final exported file.…Let's take a look at how you can adjust…not only the frame rate but also the speed…of a video clip in Photoshop.…We're gonna be taking a look at this…using a video cinemagraph project that is nearly complete.…
Let me just give you a quick tour…of what's going on here in case you…wanna deconstruct this file and see how it's put together.…So, I have this video.…Let's just sort of scrub through this here.…Let me turn off the layer mask…on the Phone Motion Clip.…I'll shift + click on the layer mask to turn that off.…Here's what this clip is.…It's a rainy night, and there's water pouring down…on this rock, and the phone is swinging back and forth.…So that's the motion effect there.…
Now let's take a look at what we have…
- What is a cinemagraph?
- Shooting video for a cinemagraph
- Choosing video length
- Looping video
- Organizing layers
- Using a layer mask to reveal motion
- Creating multiple motion effects in one image
- Fine-tuning video clips
- Exporting cinemagraphs as animated GIFs or video clips