How do I control a GIF in PowerPoint?

Why does my GIF stop moving in PowerPoint?

If your GIF does not loop or animate endlessly (i.e. it only loops once or a limited amount of times), then this might be because the internal setting of the GIF is only set to a limited number of animations (source). You will have to modify the GIF to change how many times the GIF loops.

How do I stop my GIF from looping?

Open your GIF, then resave it. You will be presented with a number of screens during the saving process. Make sure to ‘save as animation’ and then uncheck ‘loop forever’ as shown in the screenshots above.

How do you use a GIF scrubber?

To start off, right-click a . gif image or link, and select the GIF Scrubber option from the context menu. Almost instantly, the image will open in a new tab, with multiple controls displayed at the bottom. Controls include various speed options, that range from –8x to 8x and a play/pause button.

How do you stop a GIF from looping in PowerPoint?

When you MAKE gifs (using specialist software) you can set a flag that determines whether they should loop or not loop and set the frame rate for each frame that determines how fast the animation runs. You cannot do this or alter it in any version of PowerPoint.

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How do you make a perfect loop GIF?

Loop a part of an animated GIF image

Move the slider or play head across the timeline and press the ‘S’ key on your keyboard. Or you can right-click and choose ‘Split’. Right-click on the other clips and select ‘Delete’. You can now add the same GIF file and repeat the process to create a loop.

How do you stop a loop in after effects?

Right-Click and Select Freeze Frame. Or from menu “Layer->Time->FreezeFrame”. your layer will freeze at this point.. you can extend or trim this layer as long as you want.