How to create a Gif image

The tools

We know that there are a lot of people out there who love to express themselves through GIFs, but sometimes it can be difficult to find the right tools.

With those tools, we wanted to help make the process as simple and easy as possible.


  1. GIFBrewery.
  2. Gyazo.
  3. Recordit.
  4. GIFDeck.

1. GIFBrewery (Free)

GIF Brewery by Gfycat enables people to make stunning GIFs out of videos. It is straightforward, user-friendly, and powerful.

2. Gyazo (Free plan)

Gyazo is a free screenshot app for Windows, Mac, and Linux that makes it easy to take and share screenshots.

In just two minutes, this video explains how to use Gyazo to take a screenshot, edit it, and share it with others.

3. Recordit (Free + API)

Record screencasts for free and easy installation with GIF support!

4. GIFDeck (Free)

Animated GIFs have been around for a while, but they are gaining popularity as a way to add interest and engagement to email content.

Many email clients give GIFs an autoplay function, making them an easy way to add visual interest to your messages.

Gmail supports GIFs as an inline, playable format, so you can easily add them to your messages.

Conclusion: How to make a gif ? it's easy with those apps

Animated GIFs have been around for a while, but they are gaining popularity.

Making an animated GIF is easy and only requires a few simple steps.

First, you need to find an image or video that you want to use.

You can search online or use one that you already have saved on your computer.

Once you have the image or video, open it in a photo or video editing program.

Next, you will need to select the portion of the image or video that you want to animate.

Then, add any text or other effects that you want.

Finally, save your file as a GIF.

That's it!

Now you can share your animated GIF with friends and family.


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