What restaurant is this? My first thought was Chic-Fil-A or Five Guys, but the cup wasn't match and I can't think of any other fast food restaurants with that color scheme.
Is there a story behind this gif? I seem to need to know this answer more than I need to work today, but with your help maybe I can get back to being productive. Odd man skipping in water... Thank you!
This is silly but: I'm looking for a particular animated gif. It's a claymation penguin that hears the phone ringing and goes to answer it. Then his teakettle starts boiling, and then he sits down and cries, overwhelmed by too many inputs. I'm pretty sure the penguin is Pingu but no combination of search terms seems to be coming up with the image. Pretty sure I saw the gif on tumblr someplace.
Where can I find the type of "funny" pics and pages that often get circulated through email or posted on fb? I don't receive any of these forwarded messages anymore, and I don't have a facebook account. I generally don't appreciate the type of humor that I am seeking-- But, someone I care about is laid up and finds [this type of thing I'm looking for] really entertaining, and neither of us know how to source it. [more inside]
I'm the lady at my office who sends out the "Everyone please wish a Happy Birthday to X!" emails. I try to include a cute animated gif in all of them. I'm running out of birthday-themed gifs a few weeks into this game. Wanna help me compile celebration and birthday gifs? [more inside]
Help me, Metafilter! Which episode of Seinfeld is this animated GIF from?
Trying to identify what movie this gif comes from. Warning: kind of really scary.
A while back, on tumblr, I saw a gif-set of some kids dancing. One of the kids is then arrested by the police, but then the camera zooms in on his feet, and you can see that he's still dancing even as he's getting arrested. Does anyone have a link for this? I can't seem to find it now, and it's driving me batty.
I need to scan a bunch of documents that are mostly simple black/white or grayscale text, lines, etc. I'm probably going to just buy a sheet-fed scanner, and I'd like recommendations for that. I'm hoping for a solution that will automatically generate PDFs with the included scanned images encoded as GIFs or PNGs or similar, since they will mostly be black/white or grayscale, which compresses much more cleanly with these formats. [more inside]
Sometimes I play around with pixel art, usually in Pixen. It's great! It also has some built-in animation tools, but as soon as I want to do something with more than, say, a dozen frames, it becomes very unwieldy. [more inside]
Is this from a movie or something? I've encountered it online but can't track down its origin. It's an animated gif of a man's shoes, and they have mouths with teeth opening and closing and tongues flapping. You can see it here.
I have Illustrator and intend to make an animated GIF. A tetrahedron is a pyramid with a triangle base. I can't make the 3D extrusion on CS4 agree that I want a pyramid shape. It gave me a triangular prism, though I followed an online tutorial (but that had a square base - which might be part of the problem, and it was for CS3). (No, I don't want to use Flash or download a trial version of Maya but thanks for the thought) So, online free 3D software where I can capture a number of positions of a tetrahedron, and redraw them from within Illustrator? I will need to also place text on each face, so if I can do it in one program only, I'll be happier.
Looking for animated GIFs of sprites from Pac-Man! Hoping for all four ghosts (looking sideways is okay), a blue "oh no" ghost, Pac-Man, and big Pac-Man from the cutscene. Failing that, anyone able to point me toward an easy way to put together animated GIFs in Mac OS?
Origin of this gif? [nsfw] [more inside]
What's going on in this GIF? I keep on looking at it and people assure me something awesome's happening, but I am still confused? [more inside]
an iPhone/iOS picture app that zooms "deeply" so I can read the little details of a really big diagram? [more inside]
Does anyone know which movie / show / video this .gif is from? [more inside]
Help me find this olympics gif. [more inside]
Looking for an animated gif involving two people talking about God and the Bible. [more inside]
What are the best/funniest/most artful animated GIF-heavy blogs and tumblrs out there? [more inside]
Can anyone tell me what episode of the Wonder Years this "Kevin giving thumbs up" gif comes from?
I've switched from PC to a mac- help me alter my gif making process! [more inside]
Is there a program that would allow me to display an animated .gif on a Windows desktop? I envision it as looking similar to Windows' Slide Show widget, with a simple border, but with the ability to display the animated image file.
I am trying to figure out who (singularly or convergently) first came up with "cinegraphs", or just artfully subtle animated GIFs. Is there a known first instance of this? A known "wow, look what I came up with" post anywhere?
I need to find an animation to be used in a powerpoint presentation which will demonstrate the "balloon effect" [more inside]
What's a good site for hosting photos on? [more inside]
What is the easiest way to cut clips out of movies on OS X? I use VLC and I'd love to be able to cut out little 10 second pieces by putting in the timestamp of the beginning and end of my desired clip, is this possible? [more inside]
I'm writing a paper on (animated) GIFs and am trying to track down some of the most (in)famous. I suppose I am talking memes, but I'm more interested in the GIF as an archaeological reference point. I frequent sites like dump.fm, tumblr etc. so am quite tuned in to the glitchy/kitschy side of GIF culture. How theoretical have people got on these wonders of the web? How does one trace the history of an animated GIF? [more inside]
We've talked about how to make gifs before - but what about "cinegraphs?" [more inside]
Why do animated an animated GIF's frame rate vary from browser to browser and can I make it consistent somehow?
When I make an animated gif it seems to run faster in some browsers. Is there a way to make it consistent for them all? [more inside]
I need an animated .gif of someone saying "I know, right?" [more inside]
Why can't I view .gifs and .pngs on my website? I can view jpegs no problem. [more inside]
Where can I find collections of serious and humorous gifs for download? [more inside]
I'm looking for a program that will let me quickly edit animated gifs. I'm looking to do things like combine two gifs together, applying color changes dynamically across all frames (like hue shifts and stuff), basic tweening of objects maybe... I've been using Photoshop and Imageready and haven't been impressed. [more inside]
How can I change the color of a PNG (for example change a white object to a red object), while preserving the transparent background in HTML/CSS -- perhaps using some sort of an overlay? [more inside]
I have a bunch of funny/interesting/neat pictures that I've accumulated over time from the internet. Rather than storing them all locally on my harddrive, any way I can do that online for free? (This question could also be expanded to other filetypes, like word documents and music files, so if you have suggestions for that, please post them as well.)
Can you help me find a small, square format digital display that can play video or animated gifs? I found a bunch of digital photo keyframes that would be perfect but they don't seem to display animated gifs or videos. Any ideas? [more inside]
What film is this animated gif from?
Somebody figured out a way to put animated images on facebook. I'd like to use this feature but I don't know how. [more inside]
Looking for a way to convert an Animated GIF to a format suitable for uploading to YouTube, while also preserving the blocky pixel nature of the GIF. I would prefer something free that works on a Mac, but any suggestions that are cheap for mac or windows would be appreciated. [more inside]
I need online resources that go delve into image storage theory without assuming I am an expert in programming. [more inside]
One-step conversion of a movie clip to an animated gif. Possible (and easy) on a Mac? [more inside]
Hello, filter. We're making a movie in Final Cut Express, and one of our desires is to have an animated gif looping in the background during green screen footage. Yet, we are unable to do this. Does anyone have any solutions? Thanks.
what is it called, and how do you make a simulated 3D photo using two photos, then animated to flash back and forth? [more inside]
I used to be able to insert animated gifs into Powerpoint and have them run when I clicked on them. Now the only way I can get them to work (following Powerpoint's own instructions) is to insert them as objects that when clicked, open in Window's "Picture and Fax viewer". Surely there's a better way? I want to make an entertaining presentation for undergraduates, not look like an old fogy who can't use new technology.
How do I insert a GIF in its native resolution into a PDF? [more inside]
Any tips for generating legible .gifs from Chinese fonts? [more inside]
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