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"I have premiere CS6 on a macbook with mountain lion OS. At the moment of export media in premiere, among the exportable formats, I don't see the option for gif or gif animated. Is this possible?? Do I need a special codec?" ...and then I think he wanted to know if he could have his question answered even thoguh he cannot speak/write in English.
Harm's right that it's not possible to export gifs from Ppro, but you can use Photoshop to make animated gifs or image sequence(s) in gif format.
Aso, it will be much easier for people to answer your questions on here if it can be done so in English. If you speak no English, you can a web-based translator to help you get close enough. The best one I've found is: http://www.freetranslation.com
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Thank you very much.
Is not possible to make animated gif en CS6 for Mac.
But is possible in Windows, isn´t it?
I try the gif with photoshop
PS. How can i modify mi first post, in order to translate it to english?
If jstrawn's translation is close enough, then there's no real need to modify your first post. Thank you for offering.
Yes it is an option on win-only . I had actually forgotten about that so I just went back to check. The result didn't look very good to me though, at least not with the default settings, so I'd still say PS is a better option if you have it broken down to individual images already. Otherwise you can tweak the export options and probably get a cleaner result out of ppro.
Finally the solution was export to quicktime, open that .mov whit PS an save it for web.
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I wasn't sure if PS still supported import of mov or other video files (their video support has actually waned in recent versions) and didn' have a chance to check yet, so I didn't want to state that it would work. But I'm glad you figured it out and that it worked for you.