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    Itay Taragano

    Hi Gary,

    Currently Cloudinary supports generating transformations of animated GIFs of up to a 100 frames.

    It's on our road-map to increase this limit.

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    Gary Carruthers

    Thanks for that, that makes sense.

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    Itay Taragano

    UPDATE

    Cloudinary now supports generating transformation of animated GIFs of up to 500 frames when using 'eager' transformations while uploading.

    For example in PHP:

    \Cloudinary\Uploader::upload('/home/image.gif', array("public_id" => "my_image", "eager" => array("width" => 342, "height" => 220, "crop" => "fill" )));

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    Gary Carruthers

    Excellent news! Thanks for the update.

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    Javier

    Hi, I know this is an old thread, but I'm noticing that the limit in frames is still 100 if you use 'chroma subsampling' for quality.

    For example, these gifs are the same, except for that parameter, and the # of frames get cut on the 2nd one:

    http://res.cloudinary.com/javrok/image/upload/fl_lossy,q_25/v1468338061/r93fvomyyaisxf3szpkl.gif
    http://res.cloudinary.com/javrok/image/upload/fl_lossy,q_25:420/v1468338061/r93fvomyyaisxf3szpkl.gif

    The optimization boost with chroma subsampling is quite noticing, so I'd like to know how to use it without loosing all those frames.

    Thanks

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