Create Cool Gifs From Images In Gifzign 1.0.16

Hi Gifzigners!

Good news! You can now create gifs using images in the new version of Gifzign.

You know the drill! Kindly head over to your Gifzign dashboard to download your copy of version 1.0.16.

Here’s a quick guide on how to create gifs from images:

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To create a gif using images:

1. Prepare the images that you want to include in your gif.
We used Youzign to edit the images in the sample above. Save the images with frame_nos (example: frame_01, frame_02, frame_03) as the file name so the algorithm will play them according to the sequence that you like.

2. When you’re done prepping the images, upload them in bulk using the Upload button in Gifzign:

3. Inside the editor, you can manage the speed by adjusting the frame rate. The higher the frame rate, the faster your gif will become and vice versa.

Save your gif and feel free to apply one of the cool mock-ups to spice up your design!

Another cool stuff is that the issue on uploading Youtube videos is finally resolved in this new version.

We hope that you find these updates helpful! And like always, feel free to share with us your thoughts and suggestions!
Thank you! 🙂


4 responses to “Create Cool Gifs From Images In Gifzign 1.0.16”

  1. Elizabeth Donald says:

    It’s a good deal, but I remember when I was able to create gifs a lot easier with a little application for windows calle “gifmaker.” At any rate, you can also save some time by just copying Frames 1-6 and renaming them sequentially. This avoids redoing the coloroing from grey to yellow.

    • Rose Bulandos says:

      Hi Elizabeth,

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts here. I agree we can just copy the first frames and rename them sequentially. 🙂 Saves more time than saving the frames one by one.
      Also, can you please share the link for that gifmaker software you mentioned? We’d like to check it out actually.

      Thanks in advance!

  2. Elizabeth Donald says:

    I am trying this trick, but for some reason my Gifzing doesn’t see my PNGs or my JPGs when I am trying to import them.

    • Rose Bulandos says:

      Hi Elizabeth,

      Can you please confirm that you have the latest version of Gifzign installed?


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