How to convert an animated GIF to a video file format?


Can you convert an animated GIF into a video file (MPEG or AVI)?

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This youtube video might help:

How to Convert Animated .GIF file to Any Video Format

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Yep, you need to use a conversion utility like Corel Animation Shop. Some GIF editing programs will convert them too, I think.

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Try GIF to Flash Converter, it does everything, I used it for a PowerPoint presentation and happy with result.

It convert animated GIF to many video formats, also sequences of images; you have plentry of tools to enhance output video (Brighness, Contract,...) even change color channels.


Give it a try and you will not disappointed, when you purchase a license you get lifetime free update and free support.

These guys are great :)

Antoni Fischer

My general use, this online converter seems to support. You can have a try. 

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