Why is there an “imgflip.com” watermark on my GIFs?!?
The Imgflip watermark helps other people see where the GIF was created. We really don’t want your GIFs to look bad though, so we made it as small as possible while still being readable, and it will not even show up on tiny GIFs. You can disable the watermark completely with a Pro account, if you really need to have watermark-free images.
Why does my GIF not animate on Facebook / other social media website?
Facebook will sometimes decide to animate GIFs, and sometimes not. For best chances, make sure the width and height of your GIF are both larger than 200px, since Facebook tends to not animate small GIFs. Sometimes you have to click share, then exit out of the window, and then click share again. Other social media websites may have similar issues, because they can decide to handle GIFs however they want, outside of our control.
If your .gif file fails entirely to upload to another website or computer program but it works fine on Imgflip, then the site you’re uploading to may not fully support GIFs. You can sometimes fix this by changing the Filesize Optimization to “Basic” instead of “Advanced” in the More Options menu of our GIF Maker. This can increase file size but makes your .gif work with more programs. Shopify in particular has a bug claiming that optimized GIFs are corrupted.
Video to GIF
Which video formats can I upload?
Some of the popular supported video formats are flv, avi, mov, mp4, mpg, mpeg, wmv, 3gp, asf, swf, ogg, h264, rm. But there are hundreds more…
How can I create GIFs in higher quality?
Make sure the video resolution is 480P or higher for any videos you upload. GIFs will generally look great up to a width of 640px when using 480p video. Framerate (FPS) is also very important – a high framerate (above 15 FPS) will make sure your GIF plays smoothly. Imgflip Pro will allow you to create even higher quality GIFs by raising the limits on various settings.
How do I put audio/sound on my GIFs?
Imgflip supports sound on GIFs made from any video that has audio! To enable, you’ll need to be using an Imgflip Pro account, because our server costs are higher when using audio. Once enabled, your visitors to imgflip.com/gif/… will be able to toggle audio on and off using the sound button.
Images to GIF
How do I make a GIF from images?
- Upload images. Click the upload button and select as many images as you want. To select multiple images you can use SHIFT, CMD, or CTRL, or tap and hold if using a mobile device. You can always add more later!
- Arrange images. Drag and drop the images you selected until you get them ordered correctly. The Sort Images button will sort your images alphabetically (click twice for reverse order).
- Adjust options. Adjust the Delay until the animation speed of your GIF looks normal. Remember to check “private” if you’re not going to share it online.
- Generate. After making your GIF, you can download it and share the link with friends. If you’re logged in, your gif creation will be stored on your images page.
What can I do with this online GIF maker?
You can make slideshows from photos you’ve taken, create custom animations from your own creative drawings or clipart, or stitch together frames that you’ve extracted from a video. Endless possibilities! Our image-to-gif maker allows you to make unlimited high quality animated GIFs online for free, with lots of customization options, and with no limit on the number of images.
Which image formats can I upload?
Our GIF creator currently supports PNG, JPG/JPEG, and GIF files, as well as any other image file formats supported by your web browser, often including SVG, WebP, TIFF, BMP, and more.
Something not working? Do you have suggestions to make the GIF maker better? send feedback!