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This site lets you easily create GIFs on the fly right in your browser

No one likes spending 5 minutes making a GIF, this website helps you do it a whole lot quicker.

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No one likes spending 5 minutes making a GIF, this website helps you do it a whole lot quicker.

Everyone loves a good GIF, but unfortunately, not every loves making them. Sure, there’s a ton of tools these days that make it a whole lot easier, but for the most part, they’re all pretty clunky and slow.


With this little tool, you can grab any video that comes to mind. You can use videos from Facebook, Twitter, Vine, Instagram, World Star HipHop, YouTube, etc.), or an existing .gif, slap it into and you’re in. 




This is the one I made

It’s super simple too. All the options you’ll need are on the left hand side of the screen. Some of the things you can do is add text, crop, add stickers, all the way to adding the infamous “thug life” effect. You can even get real fancy and had some saturation or hue to it too. Everything you need to make a good GIF is here.

From my experience with it, it’s really fast compared to some of the other alternatives out there. I was able to crunch out a GIF in literally under 2 minutes. It’s pretty slick, definitely worth checking out.

If you’re interested in giving it a try, grab a link from any YouTube video and just drop it in. You’ll see how easy it is. Check it out here.

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