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For the colors, we can't do anything except limited ~256 colors. But for the pixelated edges you can: Make it at @3x and reuse it at @1x in HTML
I was dealing with same issue. Please make it 3x bigger and then set the width at 1x in HTML. It would be much better!
Gif will not support multi-level transparency. Use PNG 24 bit. But be warned, it comes at the price of a larger file size.
I think the only way to get the spinner (Image A) to spin at the center is make the spinner a square. You have the artboard a square but when you move the PNG, it does not move based on the artboard but on the center of the spinner. You will have to move one of the points to fit the edge of the artboard. For this, I made the right part fit to the bottom ...
Also make sure that the layer you are trying to move is a smart object and that you arent formally "transforming" it with the handles on the side but just moving it with the cursor.
Nearly any video app can do this, i would suggest looking åinto: AfterEffects Flash Fusion Photoshop Video Paint etc etc This is extremely simple animation and can therefore be done also in many mofe apps than normal. Its even feadible to do this frame by frame. And you could do thos even in powerpoint.
Adobe Flash can do this, unfortunately APPLE killed Flash in browsers, but this is an excellent use of it. In order to keep the file size small you will need to limit your pallet and stick to block colours, DO NOT use gradients.
Gif is supports binary transparency, ie transparent or not. Where there is a transition, it needs to apply a matte color to fake alpha channel transparency. The default matte color is white. Set it to whatever your background color is and you won't notice it. PNG supports true transparent pixels, ie alpha channel transparency. It renders well, but comes ...
Essentially what you do is grab a screen video of the work, then convert those video frames to a gif image. As far as I'm aware, there's no "automatic" gif creation software for recording screen movies. Everything generates a video file. There are several apps which can use that video file to generate a gif though. This meta question may be relevant: How ...
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