I've been recently playing around with FFmpeg and I was trying to convert
.gif since other methods I've tried to so far didn't work so well.
What I noticed is that, when I use this command:
ffmpeg -I filename.gif
I can see some of the file information, including the FPS.
And I saw that the highest FPS that is possible so that the video you convert into a gif does not become slower, is 50 FPS.
Now is that correct though? Is the highest FPS amount you can have in a GIF, so that it doesn't become slower 50 FPS?
So do 60 FPS GIF's not exist?