Video To GIF Converter
By Paclake, LLC
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Convert various video formats into animated image files.
You can convert .mov, .mp4, .mpg, .mpeg, .wmv and .avi files to animated gifs.
You have the option to loop or not. You can increase or decrease speed of a file by adjusting the frame rate. You can also resize files.
Please visit my website to see examples of the image quality.
Not Worth the Money
I was extremely disappointed in this app. For price of this app I was expecting something great, it was the complete opposite. All this app does is convert video to GIF. You can't adjust the lenght of the video, you can't preview the video, you can't even preview the GIF, it just goes straight into a GIF file, like a previous review before mine, you cant name/title your files after conversion. I purchased this app thinking I can put in any video and be able to select the small portion of video I wanted to turn into a GIF, but it seems that you have the video completely edited before putting it into this program, thats just ridiculous to me. This app is extremely under developed and needs major refinement before I even consider recommending this to someone else.
I Love It!!!!
I have tried to convert video clips to gif. format for a very long time. There are free websites on the internet, but they dont continue to replay the image on a blog which was my original goal. I highly reccomend this app to everyone and especialy to people who create gif. images for blogs. It works great and fast! This app is definantly worth buying!
Does Not Work
Simply does not work as advertised.
-does not allow to name or title files after conversion
-takes extremely long to convert (also, progress bar does not show progress, considering the lengthy conversion time, makes it impossible to determine whether file is simply taking a while to convert, or if file has been frozen as a result of the software)
-frequent freezing, conversion failures
-when it does work, quality is not nearly as good as shown on the developer website (discloser: in am using video recorded on EOS Rebel t2i in full 1920x1080p at 60fps, so it is not a matter of sub-par hardware on my end)
-over-priced (even if it did work as advertised, there are many other FREE apps available that do the exact same thing: ie loopcam for iOS)