GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG, JPEG and GIF image transmission combination and GIF animations can be created.
GIFQuickMaker is supported only Japanese and English.
If you not set English and not use Japanese in the language setting, please add the English and raise the priority than Japanese.
The target OS changed since OS X 10.6.
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Does what it does relatively well
I haven't had any problems with the stability of this app, it's been working well for me. It does what it does well, with a minimum of fuss. If you have a stack of images you want to be a GIF, drag and drop them and boom, GIF.
People are negatively reviewing this app because they want to get animated GIFs from their movie files. This app doesn't do that, this app yakes a stack of images and makes them into a gif for you. Because it doesn't do much the interface is simple and it was a no brainer to learn. I use Fireworks and Photoshop and I know how to create animated GIFs in those progams but it would have been a pain, this was very simple. I had a bunch of image sequences saved in various folders, I drag and dropped them and I was set.
In the future I will use GIFBrewery to save aniumated GIFs directly from mty movie files, which will be much easier. But that program would not have helped me with the image seuences I already had. GIFQuickMaker made it easy and for me was money well spent.
Does what it says it does - ignore uninformed reviewers
To "Doesn't work at all", look at the product description. It doesn't claim to convert video to animated gifs, so criticizing it for not doing that doesn't make sense. Read the description of something before you buy it and then get angry that it doesn't do what you want.
To "Bob_K" - that's simply not true. It exports to gif format, as expected.
This app does one thing - it knits togetether still photographs into an animation. It does not do video. Meaning it does not import video and make video into animated gifs (Try GifBrewery for that), and it does not export to video format (use Quicktime for that - you already have it). And it does this well, regardless of what other reviewers are saying. I suspect what they thought it did was different from it it claimed to do, because they didn't read the product description.
There is one bug in it currently that is causing a crash - I'm hoping the app dev will correct this. If you use the mask to mask off only part of an image (for example, if you have a portrait-style image and a landscape, and you need to use a common size between them) and one of the additional frames isn't big enough to fit within the mask - the app crashes. Otherwise it seems to work just fine.
just as described! :)
fantastic and quick gif maker. couldn't be easier. some of the directions on the screenshots are confusing I guess, but basically, just drag a bunch of images into the top box and then use that copy all to bottom box button (the three stacked boxes with a down arrow) and then rearrange as necessary once in the bottom box. set your time for each individual slide (or all at once by checking the not-pictured "all frames" box before adjusting the slider). click the film strip button and it makes it into a gif! voila! :D thanks for the easy and cheap alternative to all the crappy online gif makers. i will use this often to create scrolling web ads for my business. :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.