Frames per second
The higher the FPS, the smoother it will look
30fps is a good standard, most devices cant show over 60fps, photoshop’s default “no delay” fps is actually around 12fps
More frames = smooth, faster frame rate = smooth
Make sure to balance these two, 60frames in 5 seconds is just 12fps, 30frames in 0.5 seconds is too fast. The less frames you have the slower the frame rate should be.
File size, duration and orientation
Videos that you use on the templates should be:
Less than 3.5Mb
Duration must be less than 1 minute
You can use the following programs to edit and reduce your video:
Our internal Media Library allows you to edit your video's length, format, resolution, size, and quality
HandBrake is an open-source tool, built by volunteers, for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs.
Design a video in a square format
It’s better to work on a square format video that will fit both portrait and landscape (use feature like fill and blurred background)
Our internal Media Library allows you to edit your images' size and format
An online search engine where you can find animations to include in your build and animate your static assets
An online GIF maker and toolset for basic animated GIF editing.
Here you can create, resize, crop, reverse, optimise, and apply some effects to GIFs.
Free asset sources
UI Faces aggregates various free avatar placeholder sources that you can use in your design
High resolution images brought to you by a community of photographers
Free images and royalty free stock
Free stock photos, royalty free images and videos
There is no file size limit to the images/GIFs you use, however, keep in mind that you are trying to keep your build less than 5Mb, so you can launch on Unity and/or ironSource.