How To: Export GIF Frames to Individual JPGs

A simple tutorial!

You're in Photoshop, making great ol' GIFs. Then you find that you can't use this file format. What do you do?

Make sure that you're in your GIF file.

Go to the top menu and click File » Scripts » Export Layers to Files.

On the next screen, pick your file destination, file name prefix (the general name for all of the layers to be exported) and file type and file quality. Click Run.

Yay! You have all the layers from your GIF available. (Unless you clicked Visible Layers Only)

This option can be helpful if you have a complicated layout and want to slice items out. Unfortunately it gives everything the same prefix if that's not to your liking.

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