Simple and efficient application to facilitate making and modifying animated gifs! Makes it easy and fast to create gifs from images or videos.
--- Simple UI
Easily create new, or modify existing gifs.
Easily add and remove frames to a gif.
Click frames to modify images, or drag images to the frames.
Preview gifs before exporting them.
--- Drag and drop
Drag images from Finder to add to the gif.
Drag frames inside the app to change the order.
--- Import and export
Import gifs or movies, or create gifs entirely from individual images.
Imports .gif, .mov and .mp4.
Add .png, .jpg, .bmp, .tiff or .gif images to the gif.
Export workspace as .gif.
Set the frame duration of individual or all frames.
Set the loop counter of the gif.
Edit frames in the gif using Paint-like features.
Draw directly on frames, with varying colors and brush sizes.
Use eraser and eyedropper tools to make editing easier!
- Reverse gifs,
- Set all frame durations at once.
- Corrections for .jpg images
- Corrections for preview bugs
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You Get What You Pay For (Mostly)
This is a really simple little app that is refreshingly easy to use. You can figure it out in seconds.
Unfortunately, it lacks some very basic features. For instance, you cannot insert frames into a sequence. If you screw up or want to change something — start over! Also, the duration of each frame cannot be set. There is one duration for all frames. This is not good. You might be able to get around this to some extent by doubling up on images you want to keep visible longer, but that would get to be a real pain, and slow.
Once upon a time, GifBuilder was the perfect fast, simple way to make animated gifs and banners. Why can’t somebody just update that? Snif.
Developer Response ,
Hey! You can insert images into a sequence, either by selecting a frame and adding a new frame (Will insert an empty frame after the selected one), or by dragging an image from Finder to a certain location in the interface. :-)
Delete frames, good enough
I had a screencapture gif I created with LICEcap that all I had to do was just remove a couple long frames where my computer was loading and I tried every free browser version and a couple apps and for whatever reason, just deleting frames or changing their length was not happening. I opened this app, uploaded my gif, deleted the frames and clicked "Export .gif" and it did it. I have no idea if this is glitchy for other reasons, but thank you for just doing that one thing-- I spent way too much time trying to edit this stupid gif with other apps.
Create Video from Frames
Some GIF apps focus on screen capture. I wanted to make a video from a series of frames which I created in PhotoShop and saved in JPG or GIF format. This app does the job easily and perfectly. This is how:
Click to add a frame.
Click on the frame to load one of the images.
Adjust the length of time the frame is shown.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.