Create an Animated GIF From Video On A Mac

You can turn any video into an animated GIF using the latest version of Apple's free Keynote presentation software. A new feature of Keynote is the ability to export as a GIF. To convert a video, you can create single-slide presentations using the video and export. You can also easily crop and trim the video, as well as add text or even combine several videos into one GIF.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Create an Animated GIF From Video On A Mac”

    Ian MacGregor
    5 years ago

    I had installed iMovie a few days ago to see if I could do this but I'm more familiar with the iWork apps. This appears to be much easier in Keynote. Thank you, Gary!

    5 years ago

    FANTASTIC VIDEO! Thanks Gary! Keep up the good work!

    5 years ago

    I want to create an animated GIF from an iPhone Live Photo - will this method work for me or is there a better start point?

    5 years ago

    Andy: On your Mac? This method will work. Export from Photos using "unmodified original" option and you'll get a picture and a video file. Then use the video file in Keynote.

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