October 24, 2020

32 thoughts on “How to create an animated GIF using PowerPoint

  1. Thank you so much for this video. I am learning how to create PowerPoint animations and transitions. I would like to create a GIF that is size of a signature rather than one that is a full page. Could you explain how to make smaller the height and width of end GIF while keeping the signature in a signature size?

  2. Hello – I'm hoping that you may be able to help me? I have created a slide show on an old (2010 version) of PowerPoint, with slide transitions, duration and I have it set to loop. I don't have the option to export in my PowerPoint version however I do have the ability to save as a movie. While the slides move like they should when I save it as a movie I do however lose all the transitions that I had on each slide. When I try to convert the saved movie that I have created into a GIF file through an online website, the website converts it to a GIF but it doesn't play as a GIF, it's like it's just a still image. Do you know what I might be doing wrong? Perhaps I need an upgraded version of PowerPoint?

  3. Anything big powerpoint will take forever to render. I was so excited to convert my 5 slides animations to mp4 but I ran out of patience, it was hell of an experience.

  4. GIF vs JIF: The debate over how to pronounce GIF, which stands for Graphics Interchange Format, re-emerged this week when Steve Wilhite, the inventor of the widely used Web illustration, declared it should be pronounced “jif,” like the brand of peanut butter, rather than with a hard G sound.

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