Here is a detailed breakdown on how to create animated emoji.
Emoji will appear differently depending on the size of the margins.
Pay attention to how margins affect emoji size so visibility isn't hampered.
Animated emoji must be able to convey feelings or ideas not just through their animations, but through their still images as well.
Please ensure that the first frame of each of your emoji, used as the emoji's still image, suitably describes the feeling you want each emoji to express.
For example, in an animated story where a character's expression changes to gratitude by the last frame, please use the last frame as your first frame to express the character's emotion accurately.
For animated letter emoji, please place an illustration where the letter is clear in the first frame. Letter emojis should be easy to read when displayed as still images.
1 second (20 frames) x 4 loops = 4 seconds 1 second = 20 frames
4 seconds (20 frames) x 1 loop = 4 seconds 4 seconds = 20 frames
1 second (50 frames) x 1 loop = 1 second (Exceeds maximum frames allowed) 1 second = 50 frames
3 seconds (20 frames) x 2 loops = 6 seconds (exceeds 4 second playback time limit) 3 seconds = 20 frames