In an addictive with web world you have to make your site look something really distinguishing and expressive. People go for various ways; however, I think embedding GIFs make it thoroughly attention dragging. GIFs along your content make the combination something similar to that of a scene and its background score. We see various kinds of interesting GIFs. Still, making it from a movie scene turns it too appealing. These animated GIFs can change the complete definition o the particular scene.
Well, if you think these animated GIFs can work in favour of your site or the content in anyway, then you have visited the right place. Here we make you available with the steps through which you can successfully turn a particular movie scene in to animate GIFs. Have a look!
Make your favourite GIF animations:
There are tools available absolutely for free those make you nicely turn video clips in to animate GIFs. You can use them for your contents on your own blog, or over the platforms like Flickr. There are some nice sites those allow GIFs at their place.
Coming to the procedures, you basically have to follow a couple of steps for doing the job. First make the particular chose scene in to a pattern of image frames. Next arrange the frames to have your GIF animation following the steps given below.
Go for a download of FFmpeg and extract the ffmpeg.exe file to a suitable folder. You can unzip the .7z files through the 7-zip.
You have to now extract the frames from the particular scene. You can do the job through the command given below.
c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe -i movie.avi img-%03d.gif
It is here to mention that if the video file is at any different location than c, then you have to mention the complete path for the file. In addition, you might go with any other video type other than AVI.
Make sure you are having the very flexible UnFreez. If you have it, then just bring and put the entire image frames you designed as we have mentioned above into the UnFreez window.
No enable “loop animation” and arrange the frame delay to a certain time, by 0.01 second. Now tap on the “Make animated GIF” and have a look at your snap in any browser.
No matter how big is your video, you can always go with the turning only the chosen section of it in to a picture. You just have to go for a little change in ffmpeg parameters as mentioned below.
c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg.exe -i scene.avi – ss 6 – t 4 img-%03d.gif
In the above case, image frames for the .avi file is going to be at made from the 6 second point till the next four seconds in the video. Here, ‘ss’ means the initiation point in the scene, and ‘t’ is the span for which you wish to extract the frames.
You can always stop the process of animation just by tapping the escape button. Finally, try yourself, and let us know about your experience.