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Could you post a screen shot of the animation/timeline panel. Also your layers panel. When doing so it may be beneficial to capture your entire screen so we can see the documents tab.
Also your image size can play a role, so either type the pixel dimensions or capture the image size dialog box.
Is there a reason why you are using 1920 x 1920? That is way above 1080p video. Gif was not meant for high definition video.
its 8"x8" is that too big? whats the max size?
Inches don't mean much for web design. An inch on one monitor is not the same on another monitor. However with pixels it is easy to find out the resolution for most monitors and design to that spec.
Since hd tv is well known, we can safely assume that is the maximum resolution to design for.
Most gif animations will be well below that value. More in the neighborhood of a couple hundred pixels as gif is usually more for thumbnail sized animations.
That said, there are people who will push the envelope on what that format was designed for. I have seen 640x480 animations, but they are few.
Just keep this in mind for screen designing, pip is irrelevant. In fact most browsers ignore the pip that is stored in the metadata. They will assume a default ppi which falls somewhere around 72 ppi.
If you design in inches at a high ppi value, when viewed the inch value will be much higher.
Inches x ppi = pixels
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