MacMost Now 898: Creating Animated GIFs

Creating an animated GIF from a video is easy if you have an app to do it. Learn how to use GIFBrewery to create a quick GIF from a video. You can view these GIFs in the Finder, or in a web browser. You can also share them and upload them to many web sites.

Comments: 5 Responses to “MacMost Now 898: Creating Animated GIFs”

    Douglas Brace
    9 years ago

    Something to keep in mind because you said it several times... Facebook does not support animated GIF files.

      9 years ago

      Ways to get around that include Facebook apps and simply storing the GIFs on your own site or storage and linking to it.

    9 years ago

    Is there an app to create an animated GIF of your signature? Sometime ago I had an animated GIF created from a scan of my signature. I keep it in Dropbox so I can insert it at the end of my Gmails. I get lots of positive comments on how cool it looks.

      9 years ago

      I don't know of one. I suppose if you are signing with a tablet you could use QuickTime Player or any screen capture software to record you while you do it. Then export as a video and convert to GIF.

    9 years ago

    Don't know yet what am I gonna do with that but I bought it from your affiliate link according to recognize and thank you for your awesome job and content on you blog.

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