Video to GIF History

Version history for Video to GIF shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Mar 26, 2009) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 5.3
Size: 5907 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   You can easily create high quality GIF animation files from video clips, and supprt all popular video format, as avi, mpeg, DivX, RMVB etc.

v 5.3 updated on Sep 05, 2016

Support generating large GIF animation (1 GB+)

v 4.4 updated on Dec 08, 2014

Fix corrupted video file and fix the output images.

v 3.2 updated on Aug 09, 2010

Add FFMPEG encoder into program.

v 3.0 updated on Dec 04, 2009

4, New engine, faster than old version. 2, Change output mode to Serial Pictures. 3, Animated GIF. 4, Add 12 effects.

v 2.0 updated on Aug 28, 2009

* Fix especial 3gp format

v 1.5 updated on Mar 26, 2009

*Boost up process speed in RMVB format

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