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timmsure
Sep 9, 2008, 08:24 AM
I am sending small promotional files to mobile via bluetooth, created in keynote then exported to quicktime. they look great until they are sent as 3g files, then they lose some definition and wobble a bit. am i better off creating gif's..?



onegirlcreative
Sep 9, 2008, 03:53 PM
I am sending small promotional files to mobile via bluetooth, created in keynote then exported to quicktime. they look great until they are sent as 3g files, then they lose some definition and wobble a bit. am i better off creating gif's..?

I would think that yes, a gif would be better. At least this file format is more universal, so if your recipient is viewing it on their computer, it would be easier to view as well as won't lose the original intended format.

Never heard of 3g. What format is that for? iPhone?

timmsure
Sep 10, 2008, 04:09 AM
I would think that yes, a gif would be better. At least this file format is more universal, so if your recipient is viewing it on their computer, it would be easier to view as well as won't lose the original intended format.

Never heard of 3g. What format is that for? iPhone?


for various mobiles

whats the best way to create gifs ..??

onegirlcreative
Sep 14, 2008, 08:43 PM
for various mobiles

whats the best way to create gifs ..??

Well, to be honest, I create them directly from Illustrator (save for web) and/or Photoshop (save for web & mobile devices).

If you don't own a copy of each, then I honestly don't know how you'd save them. I'm sorry.