I'm doing an animated GIF logo for a client and would like to know if there is a way to reduce the frame rate in Photoshop? I know I can delete frames one by one, but that's not a great solution for 30 fps animation. Is there a trick to automatically reduce the frame rate?


Import the animated GIF in Photoshop using File > Import > Video Frames to Layers.

In the dialog box that opens after, you will be able to select the option "Limit To Every x Frames", thus reducing the frame rate and the file size.


  • Thanks, It worked nicely, Somehow I never paid attention to that option, kept thinking there should be an option during saving. – Raftarp Feb 24 '18 at 16:09

As for as I know, one online site which reduce frame rate and can reduce file size within target file size specifically for banner gif.


This is paid site. To reduce file size by reducing frame rate is the bast way. At least you don't have to loose quality too much and still your gif will look impressive. Hope this helps

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    Welcome! Please add screenshots or explain in your words how that software solves the given issue! As it stands now this is a lonk-only-answer or spam ... – Mensch May 24 '19 at 10:50

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