What’s in a GIF?
A Graphics Interchange Format, or GIF, is an image format, like a JPG or PNG, that supports both animated and static graphics. Similar to video formats, a GIF can show a series of still images in rapid succession to make the eye think movement is taking place. Some video formats require specific software in order to view a file, but GIFs don’t. They live online and exist as image files, making them easier to share to send to friends. GIF images don’t support audio, and they loop automatically, restarting at the beginning as soon as they finish. In essence, GIFs are a simple way to create silent digital animations for web pages.
Step up your GIF game.
While online GIF makers and GIF converters exist, they often add a watermark to the file and don’t give you much control over your end result. With the tools in Premiere Pro, it’s simple to transform any video into a GIF file and get the exact animation you want.
Loop and edit video.
Create funny GIFs from your favorite TV show or edit an original artistic cinemagraph. Premiere Pro can help you make a GIF and get it just right before exporting. Cut and reverse your video file so it loops perfectly, or edit color and apply high-quality video effects to perfect your original footage.