For iOS users, you can add GIFs from the Internet through these steps:
Create a GIF Tap a resolution button (Small, Medium, Large, or XL). Tap Slide Range, use the number wheel to set the beginning and ending slide number, then tap Animated GIF Options. Tap Frame Rate, tap an option (the lower the number, the slower the animation), then tap Animated GIF Options.
How to make a GIF on iPhone from video or burst photos with the Shortcuts app?
Use a Shortcut to create GIFs from videos or burst photos
Create a GIF
Step 1Add the 'Burst to GIF' Shortcut Launch the Shortcuts app on your iPhone, then tap on the "Gallery" tab. Next, tap on the search field, type "GIF," then find and select "Burst to GIF" from the list.
0:232:19And after your still image and you can enable them by tapping on the little circles at the top ofMoreAnd after your still image and you can enable them by tapping on the little circles at the top of the camera app open up your Photos app and find the live photo you want to turn into a jiff.
Live Photos capture a couple seconds of animation on either side of the picture you take. Hold down on them, and you can see it animate. To capture Live Photos, press the concentric circles at the top of the camera app. You can turn these into GIFs using the Photos app that came preinstalled on your iPhone.
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You can create a GIF on your iPhone by using a third-party app like GIPHY, or by using the Loop effect from the Photos app on your Live Photos. You can also set up a shortcut in the Shortcuts app that can do the same thing.
Tap the Albums tab, then scroll down and tap Live Photos under Media Types. Tap the Live Photo icon. You'll see Live Photo with a check by it, then Loop, Bounce, and Long Exposure. Tap on Loop or Bounce, either will create a GIF.
Here's how you can install and use AnimatedGIF on your Mac computer: