coach wrote:I only wish animated gifs had sound.
I could convert back to MOV and add a soundtrack...
But the bigger-picture view is:
An animated GIF is just about the worst-possible format for storing video. It uses run-length encoding on the individual images. For shallow images like these you probably have stippling even in the bokeh areas, and you're getting no efficiency from things that don't change from frame to frame.
You're way better off converting it into H.264 encoded video stored in an MP4 container file. "An .mp4" A.k.a, "web video".
Then you can get better quality, smaller files, streaming, and audio.