Not entirely sure what you mean, but I'll try. A GIF is in Indexed Color Mode, change this to RGB* and try again.
* Select the color mode you want the (opened) image to be in: Image > Mode.
i would like to know in this version of Photoshop 2017 how i can put Gif into image?
Step-by-step pls thank you.
Bt GIF do you mean Frame Animation ? Do you want to place an animation inside a larger image?
Yes i mean put the Animation(Gif File) inside image how i do that?
Thanks for the help.
Either make or load your animation in Photoshop and switch to the Motion workspace.
You'll see the frames in the timeline, and each frame will (probably) have a layer.
As the animation progresses, the previous layer will be turned off, and next layer turned on.
Load your background image and place it at the bottom of the layer stack so it appears behind the animation. This will only work if the animation has a transparent background.
Select all the frames, and make sure the background layer is turned on for all frames.
Export > Save for web (Legacy) and save as a GIF
Note I just knocked this up for demonstration, and I was not going make the yellow ball move, or hide the cue ball after the first frame, but that's what you'd do if doing it for real. They can be a _lot_ of work. The image is one of a series I did for my buddy's pub Facebook page