sorry quick question. what did you mean by gifing a moving panoramic shot? i don't understand lol.
a panoramic shot is a shot that pans the “camera” up, down, side to side, etc. for me, there are three types of panoramic shots to gif. easy ones, medium level ones, and hard ones.
easy ones involve scenes where only half of the gif will be moving, so you don’t have to worry about the other half so much. it looks more like a gif connected to a screencap. so a scene like this:
would make a panoramic gif like this (note how the only part that’s moving is the bottom, while the upper half (the sky) stays the same:
medium level ones involve you basically stitching two or more gifs together up and down or side by side. in the example below, i made a gif of sokka’s part. then a gif of katara’s part. then a gif of aang’s part. and then stitched them together side by side. so this scene (note how the “camera” pans right):
would turn into this gif:
then there’s hard ones, where while the “camera” pans, each frame takes place along the entire gif. not only are all your frames connected together but they have to be placed in specific spots AND need to have several hidden layers in order for them to connect seamlessly. you have to kinda click around in photoshop to get it right lol.
that scene was hard for me to gif because i had to turn this (note how the “camera” pans up):
i hope you were able to understand because this was kind of hard to explain lol.