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The most wanted Free Online GIF Maker Tools for Video

There are tons of free GIF maker apps available for both iPhone and Android devices, which you can create using your own videos that you film, but what if you’ve got a video, a TV show or a movie on your computer that you’d like to use for making GIFs?

Well, there’s always Photoshop, GIMP or other types of GIF maker software you can install on your computer, but you may need some time to figure out how to actually use it to make GIFs. Most people want a quicker option than this.

Considering how popular GIF-sharing has become on the Internet, more online tools have become available to help simplify the GIF creation process. And the best part is that they’re ridiculously easy and fast to use, no matter how technologically challenged you think you may be.

The following 5 online tools for creating GIFs are great to check out if you need a very simple GIF maker option for videos that can be completed in as little as a couple of minutes.

1.  MakeAGIF.com

MakeAGIF.com offers a whole bunch of options for your to create GIFs, including GIFs from pictures, your webcam, YouTube videos or a video you have already uploaded on your computer. It even offers free image hosting, so you can upload your GIF and share the URL all over the web. There’s also a handy Chrome extension, and you can get rid of the watermark that shows up on your GIFs by signing up for an account first.

2.  Meme Center

Meme Center is generally known for its popular meme builder and quick meme features, but its GIF maker tool is pretty great as well. You can create animated GIFs or reaction GIFs, and then choose to create it from an existing video, image or from scratch. You can even add text and draw on your GIF to give it a little extra touch of personal artistry or web humor. Save it, and then share it when you’re done.

3.  Imgflip

Imgflip gives you two options to create GIFs: either from video or from images. On the video tab, you can either copy and paste the address of a YouTube video into the URL bar, or you can upload your own video in almost any format from your computer. You may be asked to sign up for an account first before you can start creating. Imgflip also offers several customization options for your GIFs, as well as a Pro version if you need to upload videos larger than 35MB with its current free service.

4.  GIFsoup

GIFsoup is a simple GIF maker tool that currently only works with YouTube videos. So, if you have a video on your computer that you’d like to convert into a GIF, you’ll have to try one of the other alternatives. Simply copy and paste the address of the YouTube video you want to use into GIFsoup and the tool will walk you through the rest after you sign up for an account.

5.  Jiffy (Chrome Extension)

 If you’re a Chrome browser user, this one might be a good option for you. Jiffy is a GIF maker plugin that lets you easily convert parts of YouTube videos into GIFs up to 15 seconds long. All you have to do is navigate to the YouTube video you want, look for Jiffy right below the video player and then select the start and end times to make your GIF.

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