Here is a 2.6 MB GIF that I would like to post in a Stack Exchange question. That means it needs to be under 2 MB or 2 MiB (I can't remember which).
Viewing the GIF frame-by-frame with Preview, I can see that there are
- Some doubled frames that could be removed
- Some frames at the end that could be removed
In addition I might want to
- resize all frames by say 20%
- slow down the replay speed to compensate for the removed doubled-frames
Can I do any (or even all) of these using Preview (or anything else available standard in MacOS) and then save as a repeating GIF?
Update: I was successful in deleting enough frames using Preview, and to successfully include the edited GIF in an SE question with some difficulty (Preview freezes and "jiggling thumbnail" warnings. However that converts it to a non-repeating GIF.
GIF is now non-repeating, reload to replay, or watch the video: https://youtu.be/3oryJMdonUA