Not that I pop over to Goodreads and read the reviews of Release Me or anything (ahem), but if I did, I would undoubtedly notice a lot of really cool animated GIFs that look like they’re tiny, looped clips of television shows or movies.
And my curiosity runneth over.
How do you make those things? I would love to figure out how because … well, no particular reason, I just want to know. Can anyone share? Point me toward software? A tutorial? A magic potion I must drink to be inducted into the GIF-making club? (And if it matters, we’re 100% Apple at our house, so Windows-based software does me no good).
Thanks in advance, y’all!
Hi, not an Apple user myself, but a quick google came up with this: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gif-brewery/id435989461?mt=12 an app that coverts video files to gifs. Presumably, you’d find some video editing software first. Then when you’ve got a clip of the right scene, you’d covert it to an animated gif (which are just a series of images shown sequentially).
Hope this helps.
Thanks! But that’s the part I don’t get … how to you get the actual video footage off of a DVD or iTunes video or something?
You can’t just drag a movie into iMovie, can you? Aren’t they protected?
(I’m usually better at this kind of thing, LOL!)