Frequent question: Why won’t GIFs play in Google Slides?

Why is a GIF not playing?

If your GIF file is not playing or looping, it might be because the file is too large. If it’s more than 1080 pixels high or 1920 pixels wide, you’ll need to reduce the size. … If you have a large (in MB) GIF animation your iPoster can take a very long time to load.

Why is my gif not working in Google Slides?

You need to insert the image using the URL; otherwise, the animations won’t work. Click on the Insert tab on the toolbar, then select Image. Here, you will get an option By URL. Paste the URL then press the Insert option in the dialog box.

How do you put a GIF in Google Docs?

Go to the Insert > Image > By URL. Paste the image address you had copied in the earlier step. Click Insert in the image box which is displayed. The animated GIF is added to your document at the location you choose.

Why are my downloaded GIFs not working?

Tap Applications and find the application in question. Tap the application and clear the cache (if available). Clear the data for the application if there is no cache to clear. Exit the settings screen and restart the device.

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Why are my images not loading on Google Slides?

If your browser is the latest version and you still can’t load the slide files, then try cleaning up the browser cache. Clearing up the browser cache removes any corrupted files and all the essential cookies will be back when you open the file again. … When this happens, you can’t access the files properly.

Why is my video not working on Google Slides?

Make sure that the Internet connection is stable while you make slides or import videos from Google drive. Update your system OS and Browser. Updating your system OS and Browser might help getting the issue fixed. Recent updates or patches include programs that can fix common bugs and errors.

How do I copy and paste a GIF?

Copy Animated GIFs

When you see a GIF you like, whether through a web search or social media, simply right click on it and select “Copy Image.” If you don’t see that option, try clicking on the image to open it on a separate page and choose “Copy Image” there.