Hello Photoshop and Adobe Community!
I am having an interesting problem here. I am creating gifs for a website using a combination of AfterEffects, and Photoshop. I used AfterEffects to create an MOV file just fine. It runs about 5 seconds. As per instructions I found online, I loaded the animation into photoshop as layers and tried to save it for the web. Unfortunately, there seems to be a render issue with the file when I safe it as an endless gif.
As you can see on the side here, there is a strange blue line that is in the render that looks like a guide from photoshop, but it is not included in the export from AE, so I am stumped. I have tried opening the file itself and saving for web, but it seems that it freezes photoshop in its tracks. So I am not too sure. I have tried changing the diffusion settings, transparency, interlacing, and the convert to srgb option and it seems to have no effect. I was worried that there was some space in frames that was actually there, and I cropped it off with the crop tool, but it seems to have no effect. Can anyone input?
Also, I removed the actual blue colors from the color table when exporting, so really that color should not exist in the gif at all.
It looks like that bar is being added when the images are imported into photoshop as layers, I went and selected all of the layers and had to crop down a couple pixels to get rid of it on the resultant animation. If anyone can tell me how to do this without creating this line, Id be very grateful. Thanks.