I’m new here this is my first post on Stack Exchange. In the thread below, I see that a GIF file is highly optimized (20s for 85kb) with no noticeable compromise in resolution. It appears to be the best way to demonstrate how code works for Mathematica and other programs.
I did try to produce it by editing a screen-recorded clip and exporting it as a GIF file through Adobe Premiere Pro renderer. The quality was acceptable, but the file was so huge (xx Mb).
I'm reaching out to seek guidance on creating optimized GIFs, and I would greatly appreciate any assistance or advice you can offer. If possible, please tell me how to use free software on Windows for this.
P.S. I noticed that user @andre314 is the owner of the example GIF above. If you're reading this, I would be grateful for your insights and suggestions on this topic!