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Create GIFS from videos/screen recordings on smartphone

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Hello everyone, in this article we will show you how to do it Create GIFs from videos/screenshots on your smartphone. Regardless of how the expression is pronounced, GIFs are often the best method to express feelings. This animated graphic is more “snackable” than a full video and can convey more than a static image containing 1,000 words. Have you ever thought about the manufacturing process? We are here to teach you how to make GIFs today. After watching this guide, you can create the following popular GIF.

One of the most popular programs for creating GIFs is GIPHY. After opening the app, you will immediately be taken to the GIPHY gallery where you can browse various GIFs. But in this article, we will go through how to turn a recorded screen or video into a GIF. Below are the steps to create GIFS on your smartphone.

How to create GIFS from videos/screen recordings on a smartphone

Using GIPHY

Not only does GIPHY offer a huge library of free animated GIFs, but it also lets you create them on your phone. The app allows you to capture your own and customized GIF or convert any image or video into a GIF.

Step 1: Download and install GIPHY (Android, iOS) on your phone from the respective app stores.

Step 2: Open the application and register with your account.

Step 3: Click on Create in the upper right corner of the application’s home screen.

Step 4: Click on gallery icon bottom left and select a video from your phone gallery.

Step 5: Trim the video. Customize it further with filters and stickers if needed.

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Step 6: When done click on Continue and tap on Share GIFs.

Using ImgPlay

Step 1: Download and install ImgPlay (Android, iOS) on your phone.

Step 2: Open the app and select a video from your photo library.

Step 3: Trim the video to your liking. It also gives you the option to add text, crop video, add filters, select FPS and more.

Step 4: When the customization is complete, click on next.

Step 5: Then tap on Save to Photos.

Step 6: Select the desired quality, repeat options and the GIF will be saved to your gallery.

Using GIPHY Web

If you don’t want to install a third-party app on your phone, you can create GIFs directly using the online GIF maker GIPHY. It can be used on both phone and PC via web browser as follows.

Step 1: Open a web browser and visit the official GIPHY site.

Step 2: Click on Upload from camera and select a video. You can also import a video from a URL using that option.

Step 3: Enter duration, start and end. Add any filters and stickers if needed.

Step 4: Click on next. Then tap on Save the GIF.

Step 5: Once the GIF loads, long press and tap it Download image save to phone.

Final words

We hope you enjoyed our article on how to make GIFs from videos/screenshots on your smartphone. In it, we talked about how you can create GIFs from videos or screenshots on Android or iOS smartphones. And if for some reason you don’t want to use GIPHY, there are many GIPHY alternatives for GIFs. If you are an iOS user, you will be happy to hear that iOS 16 is here and the iOS 16 public beta is finally available. So, if you like our article, please share it with others.

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Originally posted 2022-08-24 22:43:42.

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