This tool converts video clips into animated GIF sequences.
Internet game is about catching the attention of visitors to the site. Video is considered an effective tool but it is bandwidth expensive. A less bandwidth hogging process is to display an animated sequence of GIF images. If these images could be captured from a video, it is even better. This tool will help create animated GIFs form a set of pictures too. If you wanted to add a humorous touch, these sequences can be run backwards, made into an endless loop and the sequence can be run forward and backward in a “ping-pong” effect. Picture cropping, flipping, resizing, scan line conversion and color effects are supported. Image formats supported include JPG or PNG formats. While video formats that can be handled by the tool include avi, mp4, wmv, asf, mpg, dat, 3gp, flv, f4v, mov, mkv, rm, rmvb, swf, vob, webm, etc.
This has a simple and easy to use interface. It is intuitive enough that most users should get familiar with it quite easily. Getting productive with it should not take much time. The tool is accurate to a frame, unlike some tools that can guarantee accuracy to 1 sec. image sequences can be exported to other software if necessary. Adding text to the image sequence is simple. The replay speed is up to the user to set. While creating the GIF sequence you have a preview of what’s being done actually, So, you can make sure, the sequence is created right before saving it. This is a very good product. If you are looking for a similar solution, you should try it in your exact workflow.