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How to Extract GIF from AVI and Convert AVI to GIF?

Ideal AVI to GIF Converter: Convert AVI to GIF on Windows or Mac


How to easily convert AVI to GIF without any professional knowledge? How to save the GIF from AVI and apply it on my webpage? How to get the GIF or JPEG animation from AVI and insert it to my PPT? This ideal AVI to GIF converter will give you a satisfactory answer.

Powerful AVI to GIF Converter

This powerful AVI to GIF converter can capture the animation GIF, JPEG from any video file, like AVI, MP4, MOV, WMV, ASF, Divx, DVD, DV, FLV, AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, etc. You don't need to have special knowledge because even the beginners can handle it quite soon. The GIF saved with this AVI to GIF converter has high definition. You can also use the trimmer in this powerful AVI to GIF converter to cut the GIF files and use them on your webpage or insert them to your PPT to make it vivid.

  • More features of AVI to GIF Converter
  • Convert AVI and any video to GIF or JPEG
  • Add watermark to the GIF animation and make it unique.
  • Add special effect to the GIF animation like saturation, contrast, brightness, etc.
  • Trim or crop, merge or split GIF files to use them on your webpage.
  • Compress the GIF to make it smaller.

Tutorial to Convert AVI to GIF with iDealshare VideoGo

Free download the professional WMV to GIF Converter - iDealshare VideoGo (for Windows, for Mac), install and run it, the following interface will pop up.

AVI to GIF Converter - iDealshare VideoGo

Step 1 Import AVI videos

Drag and drop AVI file or click "Add File" button to insert AVI files.

Convert AVI to GIF

Step 2 Set GIF as output video format

Click "Profile" drop-down button, select the "GIF" as the output format from the "Picture Animation" category. You can click "Effect" button to slightly adjust the GIF file .

Step 3 Start to convert AVI to GIF

Click the BIG ROUND button at the right bottom side to begin AVI to GIF conversion.

Introduction to GIF

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is a bitmap image format using lossless data compression, introduced by CompuServe in 1987 and became popular with the development of the internet. GIF supports up to 8 bits per pixel, thus gives an image the ability to contain 256 distinct colors chosen from the 24-bit RGB color space. This format also supports animations therefore commonly be used in logo or website.