Originally Posted by captaincrunch
It sucks until they raise the size limiit. The best thing you can do is drop "inbetween" frames. The less frames the better, especially if they are full of color. If you notice, theres a few frames there where her head is relatively still but she's moving her mouth talking. There's no sound, so it's not necessary to keep that in there, you could drop those frames, or replace them with a single frame with a longer timespan.
For future reference, if you cut out the background (yeah I know its a pain) that would reduce the color information and therefore reduce the filesize.
What did you use to make it?
I thought about removing something from the background, but I was too lazy to edit 30 frames ;x
I wonder if there is a method to put the background in first frame, and leave next frames with transparent background and only moving thing. That might save some kilobytes.
(but if gif algorythm adds only information about pixels that change from frame to frame that would be useless though, idk)
I used Photoshop CS5, pretty nice - It opens mp4(so I just had to remux mkv into mp4 and cut the part i wanted), and editing is quite comfortable.