Hello everyone you may have known me as Oreo before. I am back with an updated, and much more streamlined tutorial for making very high quality gifs sure to impress everyone! For the purposes of this tutorial we will be focusing on the Photoshop parts of this only. This tutorial will be sure to be easy to replicate if you're a novice, or an expert with the software guaranteed. Step 1: After opening Photoshop you will go into the file menu, and from there the import sub menu then select import video frames to layers. You will get a window like this. Step 2: Select the video file clip you made for making your Gif. Once you do so you will get this menu: For the purposes of making a gif avatar we will tell it to limit the output to every 2 frames. This means it will only allow 2 frames of the same animation, cutting down on the inbetween frames that make the animation a bit smoother at the cost of file size. Step 3: Next we will enable the animation timeline in your photoshop. This is done by going the window menu, followed by timeline. This will allow us to manipulate the animation, and it s a vital step. Step 4: Now that we have our workspace all set up, let's get that whole image on screen. Right click on the image, and click fite to screen. Now it will be easier to manage everything. Step 5: We're going to use our Crop tool to clip the part of the video we want to be our avatar. This tool is much simpler than my previous process. I'll show you where the tool is located in the toolbox on the left side. Step 6: Also note we will be using 175x250 now that it is the base avatar size as the dimensions. Step 7: With the area you want to use selected simply double click on the box to make it apply the crop, this will delete the unwanted portions and automatically resize our workspace. Step 8: Let's resize it to be properly 175 by 250. This is done by going to the image menu, and then clicking image size to get this. Step 9: make the first dimension 175 and it will automatically put the 250 into the other dimension. Step 10: Your workspace will now look like this roughly. Now we can get into the best part, which is actually setting the timing for each frames, and getting it to animate.