GIF Brewery by Gfycat
By GfyCat, Inc.
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GIF Brewery by Gfycat gives everyone the power to create stunning GIFs from video files. It’s simple, powerful, intuitive to use--and now it’s free.
START WITH A VIDEO
• Make a screen recording
• Record from your webcam or iOS device
• Import a video file
EDIT LIKE A PRO
• Resize and crop video
• Set desired frame rate, or manually set frame count and frame delay
• Apply image filters like Color Correction or famous photo filters like Transfer and Noir
• Add multiple captions or overlay images
SAVE AND SHARE
• Easily save to your computer, share to iMessage or Mail
• NEW: GIF Brewery now enables easy in-app uploading to Gfycat!
Praise for previous GIF Brewery releases:
• 9to5Mac: "GIF Brewery 3 brings a polished animated GIF-creating experience to the Mac"
• MacWorld: 4/5, "GIF Brewery makes it a snap to convert video files into animated GIFs."
• Mac.AppStorm: 9/10, "A great app to create your own customizable animated GIFs."
• The Verge mention: "For OS X, we’ve been having fun with GIF Brewery ... It’s simple, intuitive"
• Buzzfeed article: "... impress your friends and win the hearts of many with your GIF-making prowess!"
What's New in Version 3.7
* Have you ever wanted to add a little bit of space to your GIF just for text? Or just wanted a bit of padding around the video? Well, we've added "Canvas Size", which can do just that!
* Right click your nearest caption for more options! Using the new "Canvas Size" feature, you can automatically turn a caption into a title text.
* Minor changes to GIF dithering to improve quality.
* Added anonymous analytics to help us improve GIF Brewery. You may opt-out in GIF Brewery's Preferences.
Great way to create or edit a GIF
When I need a quick GIF, this app is my goto. Loved version 2, and version 3 is even more polished.
Easy, Pretty Good
Works well, I just wish I could import a GIF so I could add something to it.
over all good, but
1 thing is missing.
you can’t preview file size unless you render it. which takes time.
this is really fraustrating, because you have to keep guessing the final file size.
I don’t get it why they didn’t put this option in it.