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Instead of using a plugin you can use a headless instance of chrome using your current user profile and let it render the page into a Chrome window of your size and then save it as PNG image using the following command-line C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --headless --disable-gpu --window-size=2000,5000 --user-data-dir=&...


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GIF is a terrible format when it comes to compression, so I'm afraid to say that you're already close to the limits. If there is much going on in your GIF, 9 MB is not much for a 744x376 GIF that runs 14 seconds with 10 FPS. There are a bunch of good recorders suggested here, here and here. EDIT: If these don't help, there is an alternate more complicated ...


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